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[Walmart] Walmart: 50% off Mooncakes, $12

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Mooncakes, the Chinese equivilant to Fruitcake...wait no, i'm thinking of Danish Butter Cookies.
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As a matter of fact, there are new "modern" mooncakes with ice cream as filling.

The cheap mooncakes are aweful, that's why I recommend people don't be cheap on mooncakes, esp it's only once a year event.
Spyder187 wrote:
Oct 3rd, 2009 6:20 pm
It depends on the filling man. It's like saying you hate all ice cream because you ate durian flavoured ice cream (Which I would personally love).

I've bought the wrong moon cake before and gave it away after eating one of the four.
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skyngai wrote:
Oct 3rd, 2009 3:08 pm
That's what my family bought as well. :cheesygri Wing Wah seem to be the best one around from my experience for tranditional mooncake.



Well, yes that's true, but if you eat a WingWah which cost $40 and the HK empire cost $20 one after another, you can actually taste the difference.
Also, I can't take 4 yokes mooncake, it is just too much and so unhealthy. :|



they usually expiry at the end of Nov or at most Dec. They are made for Aug 15 each year(Chinese calendar)
I bought the HK Sovereign Emperor Moon Cakes from RCSS for $12.98 a few days ago, regular $19.98. Expiry Dec 30, 2009.
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When you taste or compare, you have to do it based on the same filling (ie. lotus seed, white lotus seed). They taste different. You look for the quality of the filling, the quality of the yolk, quality of the skin (I don't like thick skinned ones).
migz23 wrote:
Oct 3rd, 2009 3:37 pm
what's the best moon cake in the lower mainland?
The costco ones are actually pretty good, and they are less than $20. It rivals some of the more expensive ones ($30+).

It's also a personal thing: some people like the moon cake drier, some like a certain mix of filling...

Because they will go on clearance, you can buy some of each, share with your friends and family, and give each of them a try.
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I like the white doughy kind or the one with the filling with all kind of nuts. My personal favorite is durian filling one. I would suspect I would have to make a trip to Mississauga China Town to get it since I can never find any of them. :?: :?:

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Except the mooncakes I have is around 300cals+ per 1/2 serving. I can eat the whole box and count that as my meal. 600x4cals+ no wonder why diabetes and obesity are the fastest growing epidemics > :( .

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walmart sells mooncakes

am I the only one ROFL to the thread title?

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Oct 3rd, 2009 8:16 pm
As a matter of fact, there are new "modern" mooncakes with ice cream as filling.

The cheap mooncakes are aweful, that's why I recommend people don't be cheap on mooncakes, esp it's only once a year event.
I knew this would happen eventually!

so where to buy these ice cream filled mooncakes?
I post, you decide.
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MasterXan wrote:
Oct 4th, 2009 1:19 pm
I knew this would happen eventually!

so where to buy these ice cream filled mooncakes?
T&T had them the last time I was there, there's also custard filled mooncakes and some others aswell.
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Where can you buy the Maxim or Wing Wah mooncakes in the Pacific Mall area?

I checked out the T&T at Warden/Steeles but they didn't have any of the above two brands, and I have no idea if the stuff they had in stock was any good or not.
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anh2003 wrote:
Oct 3rd, 2009 11:36 pm
I like the white doughy kind or the one with the filling with all kind of nuts. My personal favorite is durian filling one. I would suspect I would have to make a trip to Mississauga China Town to get it since I can never find any of them. :?: :?:
I think you're referring to the "mini snowy mooncake", the best is made by Saint Honore Cake Shop Limited of Hong Kong. Quite expensive, about $40 for a box, though you may be able to find them at 50% off at T&T if there's any left. Can someone confirm stock and price?
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is available this special offer in Walmart in year 2015 in Scarborough town?
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