新年快樂 Happy Chinese New Year

新年快樂 Happy Chinese New Year 2010 to all my foodie friends! Hoping you all have a fabulous time on this wonderful festive season. I just got back two days ago.

Ladies & gentlements, here's my in-laws! And it's Chinese New Year eve. They're all ready for the reunion dinner.

There's all together eleven dishes included the soup! I only prepared the 'Yong Tofu', 'tang yuen', steamed 'fatt kuih' & steamed 'Hee Ban' this year. Other than that were prepared by my hubby's elder siblings and sis-in-law.

Normally, we used to have 5 tables but this year, only 3 tables! Some of my hubby's siblings went to their other side in-laws place, just next door (they are neighbours) ! hehe....
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What else after dinner! 'Mahjong' & cards game LOL, of coz!

I also have all my goodies bags ready to giveaway!

All nicely packed!

And these are extra treats for my friends... grape & banana cupcakes! Will post the recipe soon.

I left my sweetie at home alone for a couple of days and had asked a friend to feed her.

Again wishing all 新年快樂, 恭喜發財, 身體健康, 萬事如事.....恭喜恭喜!!!!! ^_^

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  1. a real tradition chinese home... :) reunion, mahjong, goodies, i love the goodies u displayed... but poor doggie who was home alone.. :) i m sure she missed u all very much..

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  2. Wow, I can tell you did a lot of work here, there are so many beautiful dishes on that table. I hope everyone appreciates you daaaahling :)
    Happy Chinese new year!
    *kisses* HH

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  3. OH dear...a fantastic new year to u and can see that u had a ball getting all this done didn u?

    Everything is fantastic ,as is all on ur blog always....

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  4. Gong xi fa cai, that is a wonderful spread of goodies!

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  5. What a fantastic post, I have a associate that works from me that tried to describe this who was off on celebrating New Years with her family, I could have never imagined this if it wasnt for this lovely post of the great traditional/ I love the happiness this post creates with all the love and excitement. The food looks so awesome dont know where to start....Have a blessed year ahead to you and yours....awesome post!

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  6. I miss mahjong and look at all that fun celebrations and gifts and snacks. I miss all that.

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  7. Wowie! Such a lovely dinner spread! You have a family full of wonderful cooks. I can imagine the preparations needed to cook for so many people. And seeing the mahjong reminded me of the times I had loosing to all my in laws until I finally gave up playing lol! Gong Xi Fa Cai to you and your family Kristy.

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  8. Wow, quite a feast! Happy Chinese New Year to you!

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  9. Happy Chinese New Year to you too! What a feast, I would have loved to try all that stuff.

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  10. Wow, so much food! 11 dishes! Did you have any left overs for 'kai choy'?

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  11. WOW so much food and goodies!
    Gong Xi Fa Cai to you and all at home.

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  12. Gong Xi Fa Cai, what a nice table of food that was!

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  13. Happy Chinese New Year to you too!!

    Wow, everything looks fantastic. It is so nice that you shared it with us. I felt like I was almost there with you....except that I couldn't taste anything. lol!

    You did a beautiful job on your goodie bags. And how could you leave your sweetie when she gives a face like that? lol! Looks like a wonderful family!

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  14. Happy Chinese New year to you! What a beautiful season and way to start this New Year - the goodie bags are beautiful!

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  15. Happy Chinese New Year - a belated one. Glad to meet your in-laws :). Where are you in the photo? Lots of beautiful food and goodie bag you have there. Where's mine? hehe

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  16. Happy Chinese New Year Kristy.It's always special when we spend times with our loving families. It's great to see your festive feast. Thanks for sharing those happy moments with us.
    May God bless you and all yours a year full of love and happiness.

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  17. What a fabulous feast! I'm so glad you were able to spend the New Year with family. I hope you all had a wonderful time. Blessings...Mary

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  18. Happy New Year to you too, Kristy! Your table was loaded with fabulous food. I wish I could have been there to taste everything! I trust you will eventually share the recipes?
    (Your goodie bags look VERY good!)
    (And I bet your pup missed you!)

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  19. de magnifiques photos et un superbe reportage, bravo
    bonne soirée

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  20. Now you really make me miss home, Kristy. That's what we also have when back home...round tables too. Oh, do I have a share of the goodies? I need one, too :P. And....oh boy...your poor dog! He looks so miserable cos you left him at home. How could you?

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  21. 恭喜发财,新年快乐!!

    你也是客家人吗?你家的一些菜肴对我来说很熟悉哦.你的除夕团圆饭很丰富哦!

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  22. Happy Chinese New Year! Looks like you had quite the celebration. What a cute pup too :)

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  23. Kong hei fatt choy. I enjoyed looking at your nice pics here.
    The food looks sumptuous.....love your dog. A Beagle I think?
    Have a great Tiger year, Lee.

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  24. Hope you have a prosperous Year ahead with all good things happening for you :)wow look at that spread , :).

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  25. A magnificent feast and a day spent in the comfort of a loving family.

    Little sweetie baby. She looks as if she misses you so much!

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  26. Kristy, What a wonderful family you have!! Happy Chinese New Year my friend! I wish there was a place at that table for me ;)

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  27. Happy new year to you too! What a spread! Hope your little beagle wasn't too lonely without you, she will be happy when you return!

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  28. Hi Everyone,

    It's been a busy week! Thank you so much for your comments.
    I'm here wishing all 'gong xi fatt chai' & 'xin nien kuai le' as well! Hope you al have a terrific time with your family & friends during this festive season.

    And have a nice weekend. Cheers always.

    Best Regards,
    Kristy

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  29. Chin : I'm not Hakka but my hubby is! I've learned many dishes from his family. Never ever miss a chance in learning! Btw, I'm 'kwang dong ren'!
    Have fun and enjoy this wonderful festive season.
    Cheers,
    Kristy

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  30. Your in laws look so adorable together. Do they hold hands when they go out? I've seen many old couples hold hands & I absolutely adore looking at them. So cute and loving!
    p/s who's the shirtless guy at the refrigerator with his bum sticking out? hahahah...a funny sight!

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  31. Petite Nyonya : HAHAHA.... adoi... that's my darling LOL! hahaha.... I had to tell him this! hahaha...

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  32. I am terrible bad, how could I forget tow wish you a happy new year?

    So, better late then ever ....
    Happy New Year, may you have a wonderful, full of love, and prosperity!!!!!

    pheww, I feel better now.
    Anyway, who's that behind the fridge?

    Love this family photo, always nice to live so close by, unlike mine, spread all over the universe.
    Cherish the moment!!!!

    Cheers,
    elra

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  33. What a cute doggie you have Kristy!!!! I love his floppy ears :) All the treats you made look delicious, it looks like you had a great time for the new year with your family. All of the food looks great now if only I could taste all of it...

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  34. Beautiful dishes, its so nice to get all the family around a table full of delicious food. Happy New Year kristy.

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  35. Kristy, Happy new Year to you too! What a wonderful celebration! It's so nice to see so many family members together. What a sweet life you have!
    The food looks so good. What a lot of work! I also hope they appreciate you! We do!
    Pam

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  36. Happy belated Chinese New Year to you too Kristy:) You have a big family. And how convenient that the other in-law house just right next door. The food looks really good. Only feel a bit sad for your sweetie for being home alone.

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  37. You have been working very hard Kristy. Would love some of those goodies!

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  38. What a lovely post! I love the table and all the dishes you prepared! Wish I could do the same!
    I'd love to publish one picture in my blog, on the right side, in the traditions series. Let me know what you think

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