Today is the first day of Lunar New Year, one of the most important holidays in several East Asian cultures. While festivities and traditions vary across cultures, family and food are at the heart of all Lunar New Year celebrations. This is a time for honoring ancestors with food offerings, and for making and eating special dishes that symbolize prosperity, luck and hope.
To celebrate the Year of the Tiger and to help you get inspired by fellow creators making great content on the web, we’re highlighting three recipe websites sharing Lunar New Year content.
Kimchimari, The Woks of Life and VickyPham.com feature delicious recipes accompanied by eye-catching photos, interesting stories and fun facts about foods from Korean, Chinese and Vietnamese cultures, respectively. All three are also excellent examples of content creators who use evergreen content to efficiently make engaging seasonal content. For Lunar New Year, for example, each of the three websites offers holiday-focused collections and guides that link to past Lunar New Year-themed recipes, informational posts and more. Readers find these collections useful for seeing all the related content in one place, and content creators get more value out of work they’ve already done.
Happy Lunar New Year — here’s to more efficient and productive content creation in 2022!