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4 Ratings: 4.0
Chinese pastries eaten once a year during Mid-Autumn festival

Sweet Chinese pastries given as gifts to friends & families during or before the Mid-Autumn Festival (Chinese Calendar mid of 8th lunar month) & eaten with loved ones over a cup of Chinese tea in celebration of the Mooncake Festival (as popularly … see full wiki

3 reviews about Mooncake
review by . September 11, 2009
posted in Go China
Oh, so very good... the Kee Wah Mooncakes!
Alright, dieting is certainly off the chart this month and with the coming of the Mid-Autumn Festival (or popularly called Mooncake Festival), it's time to shop for mooncakes for friends, families and clients. And for me, that only mean one choice, the Kee Wah Mooncakes from Hong Kong.      So, you may think, well, I'm American, what has that got to do with me? A Chinese festival?   Good news, you can now enjoy Kee Wah Mooncakes in the U.S. too!   …
Quick Tip by . March 06, 2010
Mooncake is a delicious snack with fresh Iron Goddess Tea! I'm a sucker for red bean and lotus filling. Yum!
Quick Tip by . September 22, 2009
Just picked up a box of mooncakes at Costco. What can't you get a Costco anyways? So unhealthy, but friggin good....
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