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Li Yen Mooncake - Mooncakes are served during the Mid-Autumn Festival.  http://blog.favoroute.com/holidays-around-the-world/

Li Yen Mooncake - Mooncakes are served during the Mid-Autumn Festival in China.

Tung Lok Mooncake: 9 PLACES IN SINGAPORE TO GET MOONCAKES FOR MID-AUTUMN FESTIVAL 2015

From traditionally baked lotus-filled mooncakes to snowskin mooncakes, here are 9 Hotels & Restaurants in Singapore to get mooncakes for Mid-Autumn Festival

How to make #Mooncake, a traditional #Chinese food. Step by step #recipe - http://www.finedininglovers.com/recipes/dessert/chinese-food-mooncake-recipe/

Chinese Mooncake

A step by step guide for making mooncake, a traditional Chinese dessert typically eaten during the Mid-Autumn Festival for good luck.

天成飯店集團〈花好月圓〉中秋禮盒,是以廣式月餅搭配蛋黃酥組合,蛋黃酥有棗泥、蓮蓉、鹹酥與豆沙等4種口味。(圖/天成飯店集團)

天成飯店集團〈花好月圓〉中秋禮盒,是以廣式月餅搭配蛋黃酥組合,蛋黃酥有棗泥、蓮蓉、鹹酥與豆沙等4種口味。(圖/天成飯店集團)

mooncake Celebrate Mooncake Festival at SM City Sta. Mesa! Get Chinese food and Non food products at the the Mooncake bazaar located at the 2F railings #HappyMooncakefestival #SMSTMooncake

mooncake Celebrate Mooncake Festival at SM City Sta. Get Chinese food and Non food products at the the Mooncake bazaar located at the railings

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Celebrate Mid Autumn Festival 2014 with OpenRice as we introduce you to a stunning array of mooncakes in Singapore!

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Mid-Autumn Festival – perfect time to admire the moon - China Internships, Teaching, Study Chinese, Volunteering - IES Global

Mid-Autumn Special: Pandan Snow White Mooncake Recipe

Pandan Snow White Vegan Mooncake with Yam, Red Bean, and Lotus Paste Usually we called this type of mooncake as Snow Skin mooncake , which no need to bake,

As a Chinese kid, besides Chinese New Year, the Lantern Festival or ...    growing-up-in-geylang.blogspot.com

As a Chinese kid, besides Chinese New Year, the Lantern Festival or ... growing-up-in-geylang.blogspot.com

Moon Cakes are eaten on Chinese New Years because the Chinese New Year is based on the lunar calendar (and the little treats look like the moon).  They are also eaten as part of an autumn, harvest type celebration which falls on the 15th day of the 8th lunar month. #cake

Moon Cakes are eaten on Chinese New Years because the is based on the lunar calendar (and the little treats look like the moon). They are also eaten as part of an autumn, harvest type celebration which falls on the day of the lunar month.

Use mooncake molds to make party cookies (thanks for the idea Elaine!)

My east-meets-west mooncake cookies for the Mid-Autumn Moon Festival. The bottoms are dipped in.

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