Tuesday, September 25, 2007

Mooncake Anyone?

Mooncake is a Chinese pastry traditionally eaten during the Mid-Autumn Festival. Typical mooncakes are round or rectangular pastries, measuring about 10 cm in diameter and 4-5 cm thick. A thick filling usually made from lotus paste is surrounded by a relatively thin (2-3 mm) crust and may contain yolks from salted duck eggs. Mooncakes are rich, heavy, and dense compared with most Western cakes and pastries. They are usually eaten in small wedges accompanied by Chinese tea.
Thanks for these yummy mooncakes Mei! :) they're delicious! and it's fabulous that we can get Halal ones too :D

Congrats!
to my Groovie Girlfriends Wati, Liza and Jaz on their new blog, Scrappin Kids! looks like it'll be fun and we're often scrapping about our kids anyways right! :)

Bali
to my friends who suggests we have a retreat and a holiday there, we shall see *wink* Bali is not that far and it would be nice to be an Expat there but i am not a resort person so, it may just be a weekend retreat! hehe...

Tuesday Tasks
will be off to the Post Office this afternoon. met G who is a member of Groovie Cafe who also happens to be my neighbour! we just live a block away! :D how small is this scrapbooking world eh? looks like we'll meet up pretty often for afternoon crops :)

BamPop!
my layouts are up at their gallery :) Thanks to JH who's really sweet. she helped edited my Take Time To Play layout. neon pink isn't scanner friendly. *wink*

the day is still young and there's a layout on my scrap table. but kids first :) chores second, scrap all the time!!! hehe...

Happy Tuesday! :)

5 comments:

Cheryl Wray said...

I want a mooncake!! They look YUMMY!!!!

Cathy said...

Every day with the food.......... UGH... my stomach is making funny noises now!! LOL

Have a wonderful day!!

Stephanie Mah said...

Love the way you describe the mooncake.(: great shots!

Wati Basri said...

thanks Ed for the shout out on Scrappin Kids...*hugz* and those are yummy cakes!! :)

Edleen said...

Thanks Ladies :)

Stephanie, that write up is plucked from the net *wink*