Friday, October 06, 2006

Lantern Day
















Happy Mid-Autumn Festival to you!

26 comments:

Egghead said...

haven't seen these in a very long time! Happy Mid-Autumn Festival to you too!

Sasha said...

Happy Mid-Autumn Festival to you too. Tonight take pikture of the moon ya.. i havent seen the moon from China b4!

IMMomsDaughter said...

Happy Mid Autumn Festival to you too :)

Pinky said...

Happy Mid Autumn Festival to you! How's the celebration like in China?

Jan said...

And silly me tot it's happy lantern festival wor....kekeke

Jesslyn said...

opps, don't know MIL got buy this or not today! (call her now!)

祝你中秋节快乐!

WMD: Wife, Mother, Daughter said...

Happy Mid Autumn Festival. I completely forgot about it until yesterday. Went hunting for moon cake and no one is selling it anymore.

Hijackqueen said...

Happy Mid Autumn. My sis called me and ask how long should I cooked that cow horn. you think 15 mins enough?

Annie Q said...

Happy "Thang Lung" festival to u & your family!!Dont eat too much moon cake oh! heehee :)

chooi peng said...

Happy Mid-Autumn Festival to you!

Contented Mum said...

Happy mid-autumn festival to you too!

blurblur said...

Happy mid-autumn festival to you and your family! :)

I've tried that before, quite nice! :)

jazzmint said...

wahh..china ones looks fatter than kl ones :P

Jonathan said...

中秋节快乐to you and your family!!!

laundryamah said...

really embarassing...but hor i have always wanted to know what is this cow horn shape thingy is...pssst can enlighten me ah??

milkmaid said...

aikks it is called "leng kok" or something like dat...quite nice. And yes I agree that KL ones are miserably small and dried up..

shoppingmum said...

Oh, I used to eat these when I was a little girl, now hardly see these anymore.

Julian said...

Happy Mid autumn festival. Not much of a celebration yesterday. Afterall sky is gloomy because of the haze. Better stay in house and wallop all the mooncakes :-)

Today start cheap sale of MOONCAKES he he he h

Adrian & Alvan said...

Ya I also want to know wat this cow horn shape thingy call ...know to wallop oni..

miche said...

what is that??? looks like a horn only.

huisia said...

egghead, immomsdaughter, jan, jesslyn, annie_q, chooi peng, contented mom, jonathan - Thanks! Happy Mooncake Festival to you too!

sasha - aiyo, the moon where got bigger and rounder than M'sia, just same same.

pinky - At first i thought mooncake festival is a pomp festival here, but just very normal until my hub couldn't find candles to buy. Can't believe!

WMD - Oh, so you didn't take any mooncake this year? Today we went to hunt those cheap sales mooncake, haha, we didn't find too as those mooncake sellers will keep the mooncake for next year, wow, still can last till next year? Sure lots of preservative.

HijackQueen - I boiled it more than 15 mins lol.

blurblur - Ya, the horn is nice if sometimes have luck to buy those sweety one.

Jazzmint & milkmaid - Yalo, M'sia one like deprived of water, very dry and thin. Maybe here directly from the farm place, so looked more fatter and juicy lol.

Laundryamah & Rachel & Miche - Is called "Leng Kok" in cantonese and "Lin Kok" in hakka.

Shoppingmum - Ya, it made me recalled my childhood time, so i bought it for my son in order he will recall it when he is older.

Julian - Oh, ya, i heard my mum said nowadays KK always raining lol! Aiyo, so chilling! Haha, so did you find some cheap mooncake today? I couldn't find one..

Ricket said...

Happy post mid-autumn festival, its been a long time since I've seen one of those. Good thing you reminded me, can't find it in the supermarket.

kelly said...

I haven't seen this before...but I've heard about ling kok..is it nice?

miche said...

pardon me for asking ahain, what is leng kok? a kinda fruit???

Zara's Mama said...

aisay.. I forgot to buy some 'leng kok' tim..

annulla said...

I've never found leng kok in the markets here, but I found this nice explanation (scroll down): http://www.foodsubs.com/Nuts.html