Events: Let’s make Halal mooncakes with love!

Country: Singapore            

Dear Halal food lovers in Singapore,
I know we are currently busy indulging in the spiritual activities this
blessed month of Ramadan and preparing for the coming Lailatul Qadr
and Eid with our loved ones.

But this promotion is running out fast and I do not want you to miss this!
Its gonna be fun to learn a new skill with likeminded passionate foodies!!!

Coming up in September 6th, 2014 , insyaAllah….

Join us for a Traditional Mooncake-Making workshop this Mid-Autumn!

What: Mooncake “Make-and-Eat” session
When: Saturday, September 6, 2014 2:00 PM
Where: Luff’s Cottage
Address: Blk 273C Punggol Place #01-876,Singapore

Are you Curious about mooncakes?
Do You want to know how to make it?
Are you interested in the history behind it?
Or You just simply want to have a different mid-Autumn this year?

Here are the details of the workshop:
*Brought to you by Luff’s Cottage (a local Halal Certified bakery)

* a 3 hour hands-on workshop on how to make a Traditional Mooncake
 ~from the making of skin to putting in the fillings, knocking
the mooncake out of the mould without breaking it and to baking it!

*Fillings are provided (lotus paste, egg yolks and lotus seeds)
*Tools (such as mould) and equipments are provided
*Refreshments (such as in-house pastries and drinks) are
provided while we wait for our mooncakes to bake

Join us now for some fun baking and get together just at $40 each (usual price is $45)!
 PM or text Vee, our lovable event organiser at 97389895 to rsvp before 14 August (Thursday).
 As usual, payment to RSVP is required.

RSVP without payment will not be counted and last minute RSVP will have to pay the normal price.
You don’t need to know anything about baking or how to bake to do this…

You will be trained by their professional chefs of Luff’s Cottage!
The more, the merrier! Join us!



Disclaimer: WHQ doesn’t care how other foodies do it. We are not critics. We are simply food lovers who love to eat with all our senses and especially our hearts. We are not representing anyone. Halal is an act of individual’s responsibility. What we feast on may or may not fulfil your standard of 100% halal. We are not responsible for your own tummy and bodily experience. Our intention is to make Halal a no.1 brand in the world for the world …in our own unique way.


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