Monday, September 12, 2011

Happy Mid-Autumn (Moon) Festival

Last weeks Cabramatta Moon Festival

A bit of team work to complete turtley :)

What is the Moon Festival famous for? *drumroll*

Why hello there :)

Ken's favourite brand - Wing Wah

Lotus paste and 2 eggs.

Hope everyone is indulging on Moon Cakes, casue i know i am.

Happy Nomming guys!

With Love,



eden @ nutsaboutmynuts said...

Happy moon cake festival !!
I was just thinking about the ice cream moon cakes when i came across your blog, haha

i went to cabramatta on the weekend & if you can believe it didn't even venture to the festival !! Iron chef seafood restaurant, mmm :)

lateraleating said...

I think mooncakes with egg yolks are an acquired taste... the only time I had one I wasn't very thrilled... but I'll keep trying!

Nic@diningwithastud said...

Gutted I missed this :( looks like you had an awesome time!!

Manu said...

Ohhh noooo I missed this! Happy mooncake festival!!! I am sure you guys had a great time! <3

Viv said...

happy mooncake fest :) the yolk in that massive mooncake looks good (even tho im not a huge mooncake fan). btw, did u end up makin the carrot cake? :P oh and for some reasons cant see your fb page!

sugarpuffi said...

Happy Moon Festival! i had an overdose of mooncakes. *hic*

JasmyneTea said...

I was SO SICK, I couldn't make it, but I bought some mini lotus paste mooncakes (no one else I know likes them, lol). Looks like you had a good time!

Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella said...

I love moon cakes! But you can have my yolks ;)

Nami | Just One Cookbook said...

Happy Mid Autumn Festival Dolly! This brand does look delicious!

Dolly said...

@ Eden - Thanks, really oh noo.. you missed out... acutally not much.. haha funnily enough we walked past iron chef. Church is very close by!

@ Gaby - haha yes yes.. It takes time :)

@ Nic - thanks. Theres always next year.

@ Manu - thanks :)

@ viv - yes yes i made one.. sugarless :)

@ sugarpuffi - yes.. still eating :)

@ Jasmynetea - oh no get well soon. dw ive got the flu too!

@ Lorraine - what yolks are the best part of mooncakes!?

@ Nami - thanks :)

Quay Po Cooks said...

Happy Mid Autumn Festival to you and your family Dolly. I have a house full of moon cakes but I have not eaten a piece yet.

chopinandmysaucepan said...

I only had one small piece so far last weekend at a friend's party. So many different varieties and flavours to choose from!!! I love the yolks too though :) :)

Cassie said...

The festival looks fantastic... I bet you had a great time.

The InTolerant Chef said...

We went to the Moon Festival last year in Sydney and it was great fun. Enjoy your moon cakes!

Vivian - vxdollface said...

hope you had a wonderful mooncake fest.! hehe i prefer mei xin ^^

Von said...

I've always wanted to go to the moon festival in cabramatta! I've just never been able to make it :( I'm guessing you've finished all your mooncakes now? :D

Sidney said...

Wing Wah moon cakes are really nice. Their skin are thin and soft. It tastes very good.