2.8.21 – 2.11.21
Participate in the world’s largest human migration with this dinner inspired by Chinese New Year! Full of flavor and color, this dinner delivered “take-out” style will serve your family well with orange chicken, fried rice, wok-style vegetables & a special Nian Gao (higher year) New Year’s cake.
Lightly breaded chicken cutlets tossed in a tangy orange sauce
*plant-based option: Orange cauliflower
Classically prepared mix of rice and diced vegetables, flash fried with soy sauce
Mix of snow peas, carrots, broccoli, green onions & peppers sautéed with seasonings
Chinese New Year’s Cake
Traditional “Nian Gao” (higher year) New Year’s cake made of sweet glutinous rice flour and coconut milk
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Enjoy the orange chicken and sautéed vegetables on top of the fried rice; and ring in Chinese New Year with the Nian Gao cake!
Welcome to the year of the Ox! Curious Table takes you to China to honor the Lunar New Year this Friday, February 12th (according to our calendar). This holiday is the world’s largest annual celebration–a time when families literally sweep away ill-fortune to make way for good luck.
Every year, hundreds of millions of Chinese migrate back to their home villages from the large urban cities where they live and work. It is a scale of human movement unmatched anywhere else. However they travel, family members return home to welcome in the New Year with fireworks, pageantry, and especially food–including chicken symbolizing that everyone can afford good food; and Nian Gao, a special rice flour cake that translates to mean “a more prosperous year.”
The year of the Ox represents prosperity, success in business & career, and wellness for all–a symbolism we can all embrace. We wish you well as you participate in the world’s largest human migration with this dinner delivered “take-out” style in boxes covered with Chinese characters wishing us all well. Inspired by the Year of the Ox, we hope it serves your family well.
大展鴻圖 — May you realize your ambitions!
吉慶有餘 — May your happiness be without limit!
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From our table to yours…
Eat well, be well!