Guide: Entering the lunar month, the footsteps of the new year are approaching every day, and I look forward to looking forward to it. The workers who are working outside are about to welcome the day of reunion with their families. The Spring Festival has special meaning for the Chinese people. It is not only a holiday, but also a symbol of culture and reunion. The Spring Festival is a holiday for thousands of families to reunite and share the joy of family. It is also a festival full of vitality and praying for the coming year. It is also a festival to enjoy food and celebrate the harvest.
"Children, don't be embarrassed, after the Laba is the year." After Laba, the Spring Festival is just around the corner, and every family has begun to prepare New Year's goods and New Year's food. New Year's goods before the Spring Festival is a top priority in the homes of ordinary people in China. "Kyoto Customs" states: "After fifteenth, New Year's goods are sold in the city, and they are full of stars." It is also a big custom before the Spring Festival to have long History. With the differences in regional food culture, the New Year's products prepared in different regions will be different. In Jiangsu and Zhejiang regions, the necessary New Year's food is rice cakes. In southern China, snoring is an important activity in buying New Year's goods.
Water mill rice cake
Rice cakes and ravioli
Rice cakes and rice dumplings are both must-have foods of the past year. People in different regions have their own inheritance of local cuisines. In the Jiangsu and Zhejiang regions, every family will make glutinous rice for rice cakes as soon as it enters the lunar month. Rice cakes are the traditional cuisine of the Chinese nation, and they also belong to the seasonal cuisine of the Chinese New Year. In the Spring Festival in many places in China, there is a custom of eating rice cakes. The rice cakes are red, yellow, and white, which symbolize gold and silver, indicating auspiciousness. Rice cakes, also known as "year-old rice cakes", have the same meaning as "year-old year-on-year high". So the predecessors have poems called rice cakes: "The meaning of rice cakes is a little deeper, white is silver-yellow gold. Years of age look forward to high profits, and sincerely hope for wealth." In the peaceful days of the Spring Festival, eating rice cakes seems more appropriate. Already.
Snoring was a top priority in the southern region, and every household would take it seriously. In Hubei, Guizhou, Sichuan, Jiangxi, Hunan, Fujian, Guangxi and other regions, there is a custom of "snoring" in the New Year. The Tujia people are known as "twenty-eight, snoring". As soon as the 28th day of the first month of the month, every household will snooze, and the New Year without it will not be called New Year. Every year, this food is essential.