Do you have your moon cakes, pummelos and lanterns ready? Tonight, the Harvest Moon will fill the sky, marking the Mid-Autumn Moon Festival. These little cakes come from Sheng Kee Bakery, where the fillings include red bean, pineapple and coconut. And if you’re interested in learning about making your own homemade moon cakes, check out my interview with Cheryl Lu-Lien Tan, author of A Tiger in the Kitchen: A Memoir of Food and Family on BlogHer. Tan talks about the importance of preserving culinary traditions and also shares her own family recipe for Singaporean Green Moon Cakes scented with pandan.
Elisa Koff-Ginsborg, who will receive a copy of The Barefoot Book of Princesses, courtesy of Barefoot Books. She wrote:
My daughter loves princesses and I love seeing a book where it appears the princesses are strong diverse women!
Hope you and your daughter enjoy the book!
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Point well taken, Jean. Caring for family members, whether very young
My sisters' in-laws actually have been better caretakers for their gra
Grace, I remember baking these cookies when I was little. I'm going to
This looks so good ~ reminds me of the sticky rice lotus leaf wraps yo
I love this dish. I have never made it, but always get it when we do d