Starbucks Hong Kong, OmniFoods partner to launch Chinese New Year Sandwich

Starbucks Hong Kong and OmniFoods have joined forces to launch a festive food item. The two firms are releasing the Omni Golden Fillet Ciabatta Sandwich for their fourth collaborative project.

As per Green Queen, the new sandwich for the new year is being released after the success of their previous food release in November of last year. At that time, Starbucks Hong Kong and OmniFoods have debuted the Thai Style Crab Cake salad.

It was noted that Starbucks has been using OmniFoods products for its stores in the Philippines and Mainland China since 2020. Now, the two are simply

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5 Chinese New Year restaurant deliveries to ring in the bold year of the Tiger

SINGAPORE — And just like that, it’s time to bring out the prosperous red deco, gold ingots, bust out everyone’s favourite He Xin Nian jam, and usher in the year of the tiger. It’s been said that people born in the year of the Tiger are bold, ambitious, adventurous, restless and a tad reckless—but in a good way, I’m sure. After the tumultuous year we’ve had, who can blame anyone for being anything but slightly reckless in the face of lockdowns, cancelled VTLs, and booster jabs. Still, the show (and the year) must go on. There are reunion dinners to

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How Will Americans Eat Next Year? Food Predictions for 2022

Last year at this time, optimistic trend forecasters predicted that the cork would burst from the bottle by summer. With vaccines in arms, food culture would vibrate in a robust economy. American menus would be full of innovation driven by waves of international travel, and a new generation of digital-native cooks would rewrite the rules.

Clearly, the prediction game can be a losing one. But so what if things didn’t turn out like everyone thought they would? Trying to forecast food trends is still fun, and sometimes even accurate. (Kudos to those professional prognosticators who in recent years nailed the

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15 Traditional Chinese New Year Foods to Make to Ring in the Year of the Tiger

Most Americans consider the new year to start on January 1. But for many Asians and Asian-Americans, that’s not the case. Lunar New Year, most commonly associated in the U.S. with Chinese New Year, begins on February 1, 2022 (which is the Year of the Tiger in the Chinese zodiac, BTW). Also called Spring Festival in most of mainland China, Lunar New Year starts on the night of the first new moon of the lunisolar calendar, which is a bit shorter than the 365-day solar year. The 16-day festival season is celebrated with lots of Chinese New Year food

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