If you're lunar, happy new year! Hopefully we can catch dragon dancers doing the store rounds for good luck (I just like to watch). Around here, the Chinese New Year signifies tikoy (New Year pudding) time, even for the non-Chinese. Most families end up with at least one box because giving tikoy is like wishing good luck. We usually cut up the tikoy in smaller pieces, dip them in egg and fry. I like dipping them in milk before eating. I'm not sure if that's weird.