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[Costco] King's Pastry Full Moon Mooncakes $12.88 (double yoke and assorted)

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Wish they'd carry savoury mooncakes, with ham or chinese sausage or roasted chicken. I could eat them everyday.
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stephroll wrote: 780 calories per cake .... I like that
Hotshotz wrote: The thing that jump out to me was the 53g of sugar in one cake...
Usually it's cut in 4s or 8s and shared. It's really sweet and oilyl not ideal to just scarf one down yourself.

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Dave510 wrote: Usually it's cut in 4s or 8s and shared. It's really sweet and oilyl not ideal to just scarf one down yourself.

Guys, the labels are all in Traditional Chinese, so I'm 99.9% sure this is not made in China. Likely either Hong Kong or Taiwan made.
Fat Choy Double Yolk Mooncake https://www.costco.ca/fat-choy-double-y ... 72097.html

This one is in traditional Chinese too but it’s made in China.
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Good stuff! Face With Stuck-out Tongue And Tightly-closed EyesI usually eat one daily during August.
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I cut them to 1/4th and eat them in pieces but the sugar in these things are insane.
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I actually prefer these with less yokes in them. I enjoy the filling more.

I easily eat a whole one in one go.

Sad thing is that it reminds us the summer season is almost over.



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someone16 wrote: You don't eat the whole thing at once. You usually cut them up in 1/8ths and eat like 2-3 pieces at a time.
Nope...you cut them into 8s, then you eat all 8, although 1 piece at a time.
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Mooncake that found at chinese restaurant level cost 3x/4x more. I am wondering the taste Costco like?

thanks.
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Never heard of this brand in China

They only supply Costco eh?

Hong Kong Island Pastry on Spadina acc used to have some great individually packed mooncake.

Not that they been converted into a dim sum place you prolly need to find another bakery for that - I guess Chinese Bakery would be acceptable
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These are amazing. Definitely the better ingredients compared to the other brands.

Get them before they're all gone!
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I'm all in for the double yolk!
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Wizard1 wrote: Looks like super early this year. $12.88.
Not really.

Actually it is late this year because the Mid-Autumn Festival is late this year on October 1. Most of the time the Mid-Autumn Festival is in September, which means Costco usually have the mooncakes by mid-to late July.,

And why is the Mid-Autumn Festival late this year in October? Because there is an extra month in the Chinese Lunar calendar this year. Similar to the Gregorian calendar which has a leap day, Feb. 29, to account for the time Earth revolves around the Sun. the Chinese Lunar calendar has a leap month every few years to account for the differences in in the calendar.

https://www.timeanddate.com/date/chinese-leap-year.html
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Terabithia wrote: Never heard of this brand in China

They only supply Costco eh?

Hong Kong Island Pastry on Spadina acc used to have some great individually packed mooncake.

Not that they been converted into a dim sum place you prolly need to find another bakery for that - I guess Chinese Bakery would be acceptable
King's Pastry is a Canadian company in Mississauga that specializes in commercialized cakes and deserts. King's Pastry typically does have mooncake at Costco every year but it seems they've changed the packaging from a red tin box to this new packaging.
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jurassic98 wrote: Mooncake that found at chinese restaurant level cost 3x/4x more. I am wondering the taste Costco like?

thanks.
I cannot remember what the King's Pastry version tastes like but I think it was decent. Costco typically has King's Pastry and another brand available in store. It is actually early for them to sell Mooncakes but you can try them as it is one of the best prices for Mooncakes.

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