Pineapple in the Hokkien dialect is "ong lai" which translate as fortune come. To usher in the lunar new year, it is often customary to serve pineapple tarts as a symbol of good fortune and prosperity.
Pineapple tarts are an iconic part of Chinese New Year celebrations! Don't miss out on the fun and get your very own Pawspiracy Pineapple Cookies.
Perfect for celebrating and gifting to the paw next door!
Whether you call it bak hu or meat floss, this savoury snack is sure to bring back fond memories.
For us, bak hu is the fastest way to spruce up a bland meal. Just a sprinkle and suddenly that bland bowl of porridge tasted fantastic.
Treat your furry friend with a blast from your past with our hand shredded bark-hu.
My picky pup loves the duck freeze dried 'pineapple tarts' to the core and even tried to ask for more. Unfortunately there were only 2, which he finished in a few minutes. Pork floss smelled great but my pup was not too crazy over it.