How to Use Chopsticks Printable
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This is the time of year for holiday entertaining, with friends and family stopping by to celebrate the season. We all know the traditional items to serve, but why not treat your guests with a creatively fun idea that’s a little out of the ordinary and restaurant-inspired.
I’m talking about authentic egg and spring rolls. I picked up a couple boxes of Tai Pei Shrimp Egg Rolls and Tai Pei Chicken Spring Rolls on my daily trip to Walmart. Where else, right? They’re found in the freezer section, which means all you have to do is heat and serve. Though I cut ours into bite-sized pieces, too. They also come with their own dipping sauce, making serving your guests a great appetizer even easier and you’re able to enjoy the party, too.
These Tai Pei egg and spring rolls are the real deal with a great flavor. The vegetables are fresh-cut with a nice bite and the hearty chicken in the spring rolls as well as the shrimp in the egg rolls were perfectly prepared. I also really enjoyed the delicious crispy wrapper. You’ll think you’re eating take-out, only better as it’s ready in just minutes at home.
Don’t stop there, though. Continue the theme of the party with chopsticks!
Now, if you’re like me, you have no idea how to use chopsticks. That’s the fun of it, however. Thus, after reading some directions online, I put together a free How to Use Chopsticks printable.
That way, everyone can learn together. Including kids! The directions are easy enough, this can’t be that hard.
And if the right way doesn’t work, make up your own technique!
My daughter was the first to try with me. With plenty of laughs, we had a lot of fun attempting to get a bite of the egg and spring rolls up to our mouth. She actually got it before I did.
I printed out sheets for all of my guests and put them together with goodie bags that included a pair of chopsticks for each as well as a bag with a few fortune cookies. Add a tag that reads â€œMay Your Year be Full of Good Fortuneâ€ and you have a fun, creative tie-in to the holiday season that your guests are sure to remember!
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I need a chopstick lesson, thanks for the diagram! And that fortune cookie idea is so cute, love it!
Every time I use chopsticks, I get a tiny bit better and I do mean tiny. These tai pei spring rolls look really tasty!
I love the lesson on using chopsticks! My husband and I were recently trying them with an appetizer and they are tough!
Our entire family could use the lesson on using chopsticks! I haven’t tried tai pei products but they look tasty.
With the holiday rush, I’m trying to stay on top of errands by having things for those last minute parties or get togethers. I love having things in my fridge and freezer just in case. These would be an easy appetizer to wow your guests even when you didn’t have a ton of time to prepare.
I suck at using chopsticks! Every time I try I drop my food!Thanks for the directions on how to use them correctly!
I could eat an entire meal of spring rolls. I would try the chop sticks, but chances are I’d drop them and use my fingers… I’ll try your directions next time!
Those look delicious! Great appetizer idea.
I like the idea of changing up traditional foods with Tai Pei! I don’t usually eat egg rolls, but I’d try these!
Very neat lesson. My brother lived in Taiwan for 5 years, but he could never manage to show me how to use chopsticks in a way I could understand! I am going to practice, it doesn’t seem that hard.
Those look delicious. I need chopstick lessons, I think my kids would love to learn too!
I am no good at chopsticks, but that graph is helpful! The food looks good too. 🙂
I always see these eggrolls but never have tried them. They look delish though. Plus I’m sure they would have saved me a ton vs the delivery Chinese we had last night!
I never thought about using these to entertain but it’s so dope.
I would love if some of these showed up hot and ready to eat one evening! What a great Christmas neighbor gift idea. YUM!
I love Chinese. Although I can’t use those sticks. So the tips will come in handy.
Thank you so much for the chopstick lesson! Now I just need to find a way to enjoy egg roles!
The entire family likes Tai Pei food. As for chopsticks, well, I need more than just a lesson or two, I am afraid. LOL
Yum! I love spring rolls. I am actually working with my kids on using chopsticks. They are just working on building up the hand muscles, but it is fun.
Looks like your daughter is better than me with chopsticks. 😉 Thank you for sharing! #client