Yuanxiao is a traditional Chinese festival item. Chinese custom calls for people to have some yuanxiao on the Lantern Festival to celebrate the family reunion and wish for good luck.
This is a famous traditional Fuzhou snack with a several-hundred-year history, that is usually served around the household during the Spring Festival in Fujian province.
Niuhua is a traditional local dish in Fuzhou. For a really delicious dish of Niuhua, you need fresh beef, then remove the fat, then slice it and mince the slices.
Xiasu originated in Chaoshan, Guangdong province, and is quite popular in Fuzhou, Fujian province in present-day as a delicacy for breakfast.
Originating in Quanzhou, Peanut Soup is a very popular snack in Fujian province. A bowl of peanut soup is a tradition for birthdays, weddings and festivals.
Laohua is a traditional Fuzhou street food. Literally, “Lao” means getting the noodles out of the boiling water. “Hua” is a type of rice noodle native to Putian city, Fujian province.