Ringing in 2014

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Ringing in 2014

Durangoans celebrate the New Year with traditional foods from many cultures
Karma Bhotia, owner and chef of Himalayan Kitchen, sets flame to tse phing, a special dish prepared for New Year’s called “long life noodle.”
Letitia Peña and her husband, José, prepare sweet tamales customarily served at New Year’s in their home state of Jalisco, Mexico. The two own Emilio’s in the Main Mall on Main Avenue.
José Peña spoons a filling of pineapple and cottage cheese into a corn husk for holiday tamales. He and his wife, Letitia, own Emilio’s in the Main Mall in Main Avenue.
Karma Bhotia displays two Nepalese dishes prepared for New Year’s to guarantee a long and healthy life – yak dumplings, called momo, and a noodle dish, tse phing.
Karma T. Bhotia owner and executive chef of the Himalayan Kitchen slices fresh onion, carrots and celery to complete the noodles made of mung beans, a gluten-free staple of Nepal, his home country.

Ringing in 2014

Karma Bhotia, owner and chef of Himalayan Kitchen, sets flame to tse phing, a special dish prepared for New Year’s called “long life noodle.”
Letitia Peña and her husband, José, prepare sweet tamales customarily served at New Year’s in their home state of Jalisco, Mexico. The two own Emilio’s in the Main Mall on Main Avenue.
José Peña spoons a filling of pineapple and cottage cheese into a corn husk for holiday tamales. He and his wife, Letitia, own Emilio’s in the Main Mall in Main Avenue.
Karma Bhotia displays two Nepalese dishes prepared for New Year’s to guarantee a long and healthy life – yak dumplings, called momo, and a noodle dish, tse phing.
Karma T. Bhotia owner and executive chef of the Himalayan Kitchen slices fresh onion, carrots and celery to complete the noodles made of mung beans, a gluten-free staple of Nepal, his home country.
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