new years help

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Oh Oh~ Fun! Korean Cinnamon tea with Pine nuts! Oooh~ Mochiiiii. YUM!

Dumpling (talk)19:32, 22 January 2012

I'm not a huge fan of bean paste, so I tend to eat around it. but the mochii itself tastes like solid marshmellows. :-)

My in-law (she is a distant cousain by European terms, but this family in texas is very very close - and viet families are just duty bound to care about the most distant of relatives as if they were siblings) sends us up a small box of goodies, including crysanthumu candy. But I should learn some traditions.


are you with family this year?

Pink mowse.pngGodotGrow a vagina19:49, 22 January 2012

Yeah. Some people like the red bean paste, and others like it. I personally like it in a bun/mochi/ on top of my ice cream...not so much the candy. But mochi is yummyyyyy~ MMM...

Hahaha. Well, learning some traditions arn't so bad, if not...they're more interesting really.

And no. Not really. My mum doesn't care much for the Lunar New year. I was raised with it, so...I love it mostly for happy memories of the candy and the red envelopes. But the Korean churches here have a mini celebration. I merely go to the Buddhist Temple and celebrate it with close friends.

Dumpling (talk)01:39, 23 January 2012
 
 
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