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Morning brew

Ringing in the New Year is a time for resolutions and self-improvement. Read more


Here’s a refreshing Hong Kong-style dessert that’s served like a soup, made with chewy tapioca pearls and loaded with fresh fruit. Read more

Fukubukuro fun

International Market Place is celebrating the popular Japanese shopping event, fukubukuro, on both New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day. Read more

Festive finger food

A great finger-food option for a New Year’s party would be these cute “pearls” covered in sticky rice. Read more

A refreshing relish

Cranberry-and-orange relish is a classic, but here, a whole lemon — pith and all — acts as the bitter, acerbic edge that your holiday feast needs. Read more

Let them eat (pan)cakes

The traditional sandwich is an indulgent French toast. It’s also almost too much to eat. Making it into a pancake makes it a more suitable size so you don’t get full on the bread. Read more

Mint brownie cookies

Capture the spirit of the season with these intensely chocolaty disks crowned with crushed peppermints. Read more

Taste the rainbow

This basic vegetarian stir-fry can be made with any combination of vegetables; this mix is especially festive with its mix of colors. Read more

Let’s spice things up

A complex combination of fennel seeds, anise, clove, cinnamon and Sichuan peppercorns, five-spice powder is a crucial ingredient in the Chinese pantry that also happens to be deeply versatile. Read more

Eat your greens with this veggie potpie

This one-skillet, vegetarian potpie trades the traditional chicken filling for creamy, garlicky greens. Hearty greens turn silky in a mixture of heavy cream, garlic, shallot, thyme and Parmesan under a lid of flaky puff pastry. Read more

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