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Saturday, 14 September 2019

Gifts Of Homemade Mooncakes.

Some of my friends celebrated the mid-autumn festival aka the lantern festival yesterday (13th Sept). As usual, we were blessed with mooncakes given to us by friends and neighbours.
 We received this box of agar-agar mooncakes from our neighbour.
 For the past few years, we received these homemade agar-agar mooncakes from our neighbour.
 We cut a mooncake to try and it has red bean filling.
 A friend gave us the above 2 mooncakes. After cutting, I suddenly remembered that I haven't taken a photo of the mooncakes.
 Left: Snow skin mooncake with salted egg yolk (green instead of white skin)
Right: Mooncake with assorted nuts filling.
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These dogs are regulars at the recreational park.
 This dog also walks and plays in the park with its friends.
Time to take a rest before resuming the walk.

Linking to Saturday's Critters.

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(Proverbs 19:20, The Living Bible-TLB)

48 comments:

  1. I bought 2 mooncakes this year, a lotus with yolk and golden pandan. We got 2 boxes from friends. I like snow skin.

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    1. Even though we didn't buy any, we still get to eat some mooncakes.

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  2. I haven't never heard of mooncakes, but they look so skilfully done and delicious of course!

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  3. Bolos muito bem trabalhados e devem de ser deliciosos, aproveito para desejar um bom fim-de-semana.

    Andarilhar
    Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa
    Livros-Autografados

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  4. Hello, the mooncakes look delicious. I would love the lantern festival. Cute captures of the dogs. Thank you for sharing your post. Happy Saturday, enjoy your weekend. PS, thank you for leaving me a comment.

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  5. ...they look yummy, enjoy your weekend Nancy!

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  6. Se ven lindos los pasteles. Feliz tarde.

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  7. Looks like he's waiting patiently! Your treats sure are beautiful to photograph..too pretty to eat!

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  8. Nice pictures. Like them.
    My contribution: https://deramateurphotograph.de/2019/09/13/079-sonnar-f2-8-180mm-bilder-mit-der-sony-a7r-2/

    Have a nice weekend.

    Bernhard

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  9. Beautiful mooncakes!
    Mooncake with salted egg looks good.

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  10. The mooncakes are gorgeous! WAY too pretty to cut or eat. Good thing you have pictures now to remember them.

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    1. I too think they are too pretty to eat but they can't keep for long, even if kept in the fridge.

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  11. wow! red bean fillings inside agar agar mooncake? must be difficult to make!

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  12. Wow, looks interesting!    

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  13. Pięknie wygląda choć pierwszy raz o tym słysze.:)

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  14. Precious pups.

    Someday i would like to try a mooncake. Just the name sounds delightful.

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  15. Mooncakes! I love the name!!

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  16. Love those jelly mooncakes. Especially the blue fishy with its translucent skin.

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  17. I like the packaging. I have never tasted agar agar mooncakes before. What a handsome dog or was it a girl?

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    1. These agar agar mooncakes were gifts from my neighbour.

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  18. I have never had mooncakes before, they look amazing so tasty.

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    1. I think you would love and enjoy the mooncakes.

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  19. Wowo, these mooncakes look amazing :)

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  20. I have never had agar2 mooncake.

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    1. I prefer agar2 mooncake because they are without oil and less sweet.

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  21. The mooncakes are almost too pretty to cut!

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