PICTORIAL: The Food of Lunar New Year

Special thanks to Lam’s Seafood and Uwajimaya

Photos by George Liu/NWAW

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Candied Fruits

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Candied Lotus Seeds

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Candied Peanuts and Candied Sesame Seeds

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Candied Coconut

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Lucky Candy

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Mandarin Oranges

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Holiday Gift Basket

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Chocolate Coins

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Red Bean Rice Cake

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Pomelo

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Melon Seeds

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Lucky Candy

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Sesame Ball Cookies

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