A Chinese New Year Greeting from Alix

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Aun has always loved food and travel, passions passed down to him from his parents. This foundation, plus a background in media, pushed him to start Chubby Hubby in 2005. He loves that this site allows him to write about the things he adores--food, style, travel, his wife and his two kids!

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18 Comments

  1. Frederico 27 January 2006

    Woot! Your photo just won best new year photo in my books. 🙂
    Excellennnt. Tempted to use it as a wallpaper.

  2. radish 27 January 2006

    love the picture. Alix looks resigned to his modeling gig.

  3. Rose 27 January 2006

    Gong xi fa cai!!!!

    Year of dog! Loyal and generous to others 🙂

    I hope you have a stupendous meal in store. I’m looking forward to my lunar new year’s eve meal 🙂

  4. Frederico 27 January 2006

    OH, forgot to wish you back…..
    May you and S have a prosperous new year, and the year be filled with culinary adventures, and perhaps expect a CH Jr soon ? 🙂

  5. MM 27 January 2006

    ROFLMAO! Call the RSPCA to report cruel and unusual punishment with kinky undertones! Love the pix & Gong Xi Fatt Cai to you, S and dogs!

  6. cin 27 January 2006

    Cute. Gong Xi Fatt Cai to you and S!

  7. Rosa's Yummy Yums 27 January 2006

    Happy New Year! May it be full of joy, happiness and very prosperous! Eat well and have lots of fun…

    The year of the dog is well illustrated by Alix who looks splendid with her orange; he is a cheeky dog!!!…

  8. Gourmet de provincias 27 January 2006

    Me and my Gourmet Labrador, Merlin, really enjoy your site. Happy New Yeat to you and your pets from me, Merlin and aour cats.

  9. coffee81 27 January 2006

    Woof Woof! Gong Xi Fa Chai, Alix!

    I’ll give you an angpow if the orange is not totally cover with your saliva 😛

    Or else, I might resort to making you a glass of juicy chilled orange juice instead. How about that for a change? Hehehe!

    Happy Chinese New Year to all ( including Sacha )

  10. bea at La tartine gourmande 27 January 2006

    Funny picture! Hope he does not swallow the orange!

  11. gwenda 28 January 2006

    gong xi fa cai to you, S, sascha and alix!

  12. Ivonne 28 January 2006

    Many happy returns!

  13. linnish 28 January 2006

    This is cute! Happy New Year, guys 🙂

  14. andrian martin dominic 28 January 2006

    Hey Happy Chinese New Year! Hope you have another good food blogging year ahead (:

    I’m sorry for asking during this festive season, but where did you buy your kasumi knife? Is it available in Singapore and how much do you think it would be? Thanks alot!

  15. fiordizucca 30 January 2006

    happy new year 🙂

  16. Liz 2 February 2006

    That takes me back to some wonderful celebrations! The best was spending the New Year in HK and having so many kind people wish me Gong Xi Fatt Cai and handing me those little envelopes.

    Awesome! Thanks for that 😀

  17. S 3 February 2006

    Andrian:
    A small selection of Kasumis are available in the kitchen section of Meidiya. You can also contact RazorSharp (www.razorsharp.com.sg) the company which brings them into Singapore

  18. Anonymous 10 February 2006

    Hi, just wondering if you could help. Do you know any food to be served for “Cap Go Meh” celebration?

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