Reunion dinner 2021: Best restaurants for an impressive CNY feast in Singapore, Lifestyle News

Susan S. Johnson

CNY Reunion Dinners can often be fraught with the dangers of overly inquisitive relatives – but often the great Chinese New Year Menus make up for it.

Yet, it seems that every Chinese restaurant, no matter its standard, is booked out solid months before Chinese New Year even starts. This year, go for an impressive feast with the family. Here is our list of great CNY restaurants you should try this festive season!

1. Man Fu Yuan Restaurant

Some enjoy a great classic Cantonese style dinner accompanied by exceptional service and an elegant dining area at Man Fu Yuan. As

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7 Virtual Valentine’s Day Dinner Dates

Susan S. Johnson

Having Valentine’s dinner or a romantic getaway might be tougher this year, but there are still ways to have great experiences while social distancing. Whether you’re celebrating with a loved one, having a low-key Galentine’s Day, or just want to liven things up and celebrate, check out these virtual experiences and DIY meal kits for the perfect night in.

1. Pizza-Making Kit & Magnolia Bakery Banana Pudding Kit + Live Cooking Class; $199

Emily Hyland of Emmy Squared pizzeria and Bobbie Lloyd of New York City’s famed Magnolia Bakery joined forces to create this unique Detroit-style pizza (basically thick, rectangular

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Yoga and taking care of your body: What’s for dinner?

Susan S. Johnson

Yes, I am a yoga enthusiast but a far cry from being a vegetarian. I am a cowgirl at heart, work cattle and eat meat. Some may consider it a spiritual contradiction. In my humble opinion, diet is about moderation and what works for your own body. As you know, food is fuel for your body, and if you put bad fuel in such as carbs, sugar, alcohol your body will not run well.

In Light on Yoga, BKS Iyengar writes, “A vegetarian diet is a necessity for the practice of yoga.” A few pages later he qualifies his statement

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63 Zucchini Recipes to Make for Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner and, Well, Anytime You’re Feeling Snacky

Susan S. Johnson

How do we love thee, zucchini? Let us count the ways. You’re healthy and tasty, with practically no time or skills required to turn you into a delicious meal. You’re an easy low-carb swap for our favorite comfort food recipes. And, you can be whipped up into a mouthwatering breakfast, lunch, dinner, snack or dessert. Here are 63 zucchini recipes that prove it.

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When that fry craving hits (and you know it will), whip up this healthier version instead of the usual deep-fried taters.

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Amazing news: This whole

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