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Judged a Winner by the 4 Great Beauties, But Do You Members Agree? - The Mooncake Challenge Entry #2: Anonymous    

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4183 Views | 20 Comments | 9/16/2014 1:13:25 PM

After I wrote an impulse comment on the mooncake CLM forum, that I can make a "Red and White Pudding Mooncake" with silly ingredients, I was stucked. 

Jam strawberry? Duck egg yolks?? Coconut milk? What am I thinking??? I hardly eat jam strawberry and never use coconut milk for my cooking. And duck egg yolks in a pudding??? And six plastic pudding moulds that resemble a mooncake???

So the next day, I search for the mould, there is no mooncake mould for sale, I search in ebay, there are some in Hongkong, but it is too far and too long to come by the post. What to do?

Then I also wrote that I'll make this weekend?? What am I writing that for?? I don't even have the mooncake mould. Must be from seeing John is desperately need someone to join a mooncake competition, haha. Someone should save his butt. 

It is sure not the logical me writing it, as often happen. It must be some in-spirit-ion.

So the weekend came, a promise is a promise, then i went to the shop, buy some ingredients, a mini pudding mould, strawberry red jelly powder, and almond pudding powder and a box of strawberry.

So in the picture:

1. Put the huge strawberries in the pudding mould. 

2. Boiled the strawberry jelly and pour it on the mould 

3. The leftover jelly, what should I do with them.. Ah there is a longan fruits can in the cupboard, put all in the mould. 

4. The longan jelly mooncake collapsed and  failed! I am too eager to take out from the mould. 

5. But the mini pudding is a success!! Cute little things, there are different shapes there, ie. rose, heart and even mooncake shape mini jelly pudding with strawberry inside. 

6. This is the secret weapon come from, a plastic mould from a commercial mooncake box that I bought long time ago, and found them again just few hours before I buy the ingredients, and now I can and make up on how to make the easiest pudding mooncake ever while not in HongKong or China. 

7. Put boiled almond pudding into the mould and put the mini strawberry jelly on top 

8. After i put one, why not put the failed longan, now it become red colour, the previous failed turn out to be a blessing, to make "Red and White Pudding Mooncake" and I have also some orange too in the fridge, why not put that too, 

9. Put the rest of the almond pudding hot liquid on top of them. And put them in the fridge

It turns out not that hard, isn't it, as I never make jelly or pudding before, it actually fun so far. It is very sensual looking too, creamy and sticky. White and Red. Remind you of something?

So after few hours, I checked them and take it out from the fridge. 


But don't believe my  'Wow' , I have to ask for other people's opinions. Since I am in a hurry, I'll ask the four Chinese Great Beauties which happens to be nearby. 

From Wikipedia

"The Four Great Beauties lived in four different dynasties, each hundreds of years apart. In chronological order, they are:

Xi Shi (c. 7th to 6th century BC, Spring and Autumn Period), said to be so entrancingly beautiful that fish would forget how to swim and sink away from the surface when she walks by.

Wang Zhaojun (c. 1st century BC, Western Han Dynasty), said to be so beautiful that her appearance would entice birds in flight to fall from the sky.

Diaochan (c. 3rd century, Late Eastern Han/Three Kingdoms period), said to be so luminously lovely that the moon itself would shy away in embarrassment when compared to her face.

Yang Guifei (719–756, Tang Dynasty), said to have a face that puts all flowers to shame."

Well, I only have their pictures in the mooncake tin can, but they can give comments and ratings.

Xi shi said "It smells so nutty almond with a whiff of strawberry, longan and orange, I want to eat them, 10 out of 10"

Wang Zhaojun said "It looks so romantic, sensual, so adorable, I want to eat them too, 10 out of 10"

Diochan said "It feels so bouncy, soft and creamy on my fingers,  Can't wait to eat them now, 10 out of 10"

Yang Guifei said "I am trembling and drooling out of control, let me eat them first, 10 out of 10"

and then they all simultaneously said "I'll do and give you anything you want, let me eat them first"

Well Great Beauty ladies... you can just watch, and let me eat the first bite 

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#2014-09-16 14:11:33 by JohnAbbot @JohnAbbot

Damn you Anonymous!!! I was just over in the forum announcing my victory when a staff member came in to interrupt me and tell me about you sneaking in a last minute entry.

Well don't get too cocky. I don't think anyone is going to buy into your approval committee composed of 4 Chinese babes who have been dead for over 1,000 years.

My witnesses, on the other hand, are real living people who... er, real living beings who actually tasted my mooncake and gobbled it right down.

And I don't think those fancy pictures of something that actually looks somewhat like a mooncake are going to sway the judges at all. Mine may not look at all like a mooncake, but it looks a lot more like the moon than yours does.

Anyway, it turns out there was another sneaky bastard..., er, member, who also snuck an entry in even later than yours.

So, as they say in America, don't be overconfident, because "it ain't over til the fat lady sings"!

#2014-09-16 19:07:37 by prana @prana

Not bad!
Very good ice cream moon cake.
Drooling ............(rofl)
You succeeded!(handshake)

#2014-09-16 22:26:14 by anonymous11864 @anonymous11864

you are right John,
accidentally, they ends up looks, smells, and feels like a girl's body rather than a moon

Two Huge bOObies
and the body (uncut version)
and legs (cut version)
and the head of the attachable and replaceable with one of the Great Beauty's head tincan

I assured you that it is a very delicious cake to eat

The Great Beauty Cake has been born !!

#2014-09-17 05:51:07 by Imi5922 @Imi5922

Anonymous, I have to give it to you, your "cake" is the prettiest of all three entries.
They look like the glamour shots from scammer sites. If you look closer though you'll see there is no real substance under the surface. Just like your "cake", no substance!
I've never heard of mooncake or pancake made in a fridge. Your "cake" just parading as mooncake, but actually it is not even a pancake.

And how did you come up with the idea to ask 4 dead women to evaluate your masterpiece? They have been dead for millennials for Christ sake, if you served them with sawdust after all those years under the ground, they would have given you 10 out of 10. They're hungry.

They all said simultaneously "I'll do and give you anything you want..." Really? In your dreams my your dreams.

#2014-09-17 17:37:19 by anonymous11876 @anonymous11876


yes, no real substances actually, just like those 4 Great Beauties' short description in the Wikipedia, it only mention their beauties.

Also, as John said in his last comment in the mooncake forum, this is supposed to be a fun and pure silliness of mooncake making.
after nobody enter the proper serious attempt to make a proper mooncake and give proper real human's comments and ratings.

otherwise, i won't bother making and writing the way it is as it is too serious and no fun for me (devil)
don't be too serious - life is not serious too
it's for pure silliness and fun only

#2014-09-18 14:10:26 by prana @prana

Thank you!
The Chinese moon cake production methods, ⒈ baking, ⒉ steamed, ⒊ the freezer.
This is the pastry.
Pancakes, in southern China, is a a snack.
In the north, is the staple food.

#2014-09-18 21:06:08 by Imi5922 @Imi5922


You are right, it was supposed to be a fun and silly contest, but it's still a contest.
That's why I wanted to give you a bit of trash talk before the judging.
There was nothing serious about it. So please don't take it seriously what I wrote in my comment to you!

Cheers, Imi

#2014-09-19 09:59:19 by zqy2014 @zqy2014

seems very beautiful and dedicate moon cake, but what is the prize for the winner?

#2014-09-19 17:03:45 by JohnAbbot @JohnAbbot


It's interesting to see that the two of you are both feeling so insecure about your mooncakes that you've taken to a combination of false bravado and whinging apologies to cover up for your clear recognition that my American Mooncake rules.

@zqy2014 - if Imi or Anonymous wins the prize is a 1 month Gold upgrade. If I win the prize is a new car. If you vote for me I promise you a nice ride in my new car!

#2014-09-20 01:00:16 by Imi5922 @Imi5922


It is clear to me now, John is a dirty player in this contest.
First, he tries to bribe zqy2014 with a car ride to get her vote then, talks to Violaine overly sugary, sweet words about her exquisite taste in good food.

It seems to me John, it is you who wants to cover up your lack of knowledge in gastronomy by greasing up innocent Chinese women's minds before the judging.

Ladies! Don't trust John!!! He should be sitting in his own scam prison guarded by Anonymous and me.

The only two worthy opponents in this contest are Anonymous with his strawberry sorbet and me with my pancake.

And if you vote for us and one of us will win; we want the same first prize what John wanted to award himself with; a CAR.
I could do the same what John promised to qzy2014, to any one of you; taking you for a beautiful ride here in Canada on Sea to Sky highway and show you this beautiful surroundings here in Vancouver.

Clearly, I'm the winner here. John thinks because he's made one ugly looking Canadian pancake in his entire life now he is a cook. I've made this pancake of mine since I was 13 years old when my mother showed me how to do it.

Ladies and Gents! Think about what I've just said carefully and make the right decision.

Thank you!

Imi (the clear winner in this challenge with a land slide)

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