DIY wood mold for mooncakes and a special ‘five nut’ recipe

自制模具做月饼

"On Mid-Autumn Festival, I made a wooden mold to make five-nuts mooncake from my childhood memory.
When I was young, I love to eat melon seeds, peanuts, crystal sugar in five-nuts mooncake, and occasionally I could eat a bit of sour pericarpium citri reticulatae.
When l eat such a five-nuts mooncake again, all the memories come back."

中秋团圆佳节,自己做个月饼模尝试制作儿时的五仁月饼,
小时候最喜欢吃里边的瓜子、花生、冰糖,偶尔还能吃到一丝酸涩的陈皮
当再一次吃到这样的五仁月饼,所有回忆都变得清晰起来。

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