Mooncakes go old-school this year: What to save your calories for

Mooncakes are eaten during the Mid-Autumn Festival, which falls on Sept 21 this year. PHOTOS: THE FULLERTON BAY HOTEL, COURTESY OF PEACH BLOSSOMS, JEN SINGAPORE ORCHARDGATEWAY, SI CHUAN DOU HUA
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SINGAPORE - After coming in all sorts of newfangled flavours in recent years, mooncakes are taking the nostalgic route this year.

But that does not mean bland and boring. Instead, chefs have infused local flavours such as bak kwa and hae bee hiam into their creations.

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