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New Year's Celebrations in Fairbanks Alaska

 I love the new year's celebrations not just because it's the start of the new year but it's because I love to celebrate it with lots of fruits, desserts and some foods that are known to be lucky to eat on new years day. And of course I love spending it with my family.


Fruits and Flowers to welcome the New Year!

For dessert we have angel food cake, sapin sapin (sticky flour with shredded coconut on top), macaroni salad, sesame balls, pumpkin bread, big bread, biko (sticky rice with sugar on top), suman (sticky rice wrapped in banana leaves, puto with cheese, pande coco (yellow round bread that has coconut filling), ubi bread (purple yam sweet bread),  Hopia (mung beans bread) and chocolate crepes. 

Pulled pork that my husband made. We decided for this instead of ham. I haven't had any pork for a while but since it's new year celebrations, I made an exemption.

Stuff for pho soup

Bake whole bangus (milk fish)

Pineapple salmon bake

More lucky foods. We have spinach, mashed potatoes, and a dish with black eye peas, okra, collard greens and pork.  
Tomatoes are fruits. My son love's eating tomotoes



Here we have (from the bottom) lychee, strawberries, blueberries, mangoes, avocado, and rambotan (hairy fruits)

Here's our 12 round fruits on the table

more fruits

My family
Happy New Year 2020 from our home in Fairbanks, Alaska.

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