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Dadaocheng Street Kitchen Offers New Takes on New Year Dishes

Having had enough of the greasy traditional dishes at the Lunar New Year banquet? To mark the 20th anniversary of Chinese New Year Street Bazaar, the city government has launched the Dadaocheng Street Kitchen for the first time!
The Dadaocheng Street Kitchen is a program inviting chefs to demonstrate how to cook unconventional New Year dishes with innovative recipes!
Joël Chen, host of a cooking show on TLC, kicked off the series of events on Dihua Street on February 4. He shared with the audience some tips on preparing delicacies with exotic flavors, an example being a creative interpretation of the way “mullet roe” is served. By seasoning the roe with spices and broiling it along with an assortment of seafood, the Taiwanese delicacy has been transformed into a fusion entrée looking chic and delectable.
The Taipei City Office of Commerce (TCCOC) noted that the Dadaocheng Street Kitchen program comprises four free cooking demonstrations between February 4 and 17, featuring culinary themes spanning healthiness, reunion, and love.
TCCOC invites the public to sign up for the activities, joining the chefs to experience the fun of cooking while exerting their creativity. Registration information can be found at the official website of the 2015 CNY Street Bazaar http://www.2015taipeinewyear.com.tw/ (Chinese).