ing.Mooncakes are usually eaten in small wedg▓es shared by family members. They are generally served with Chinese tea, and very rar
ely, moonc▓akes are served steamed or fried.Mooncakes ▓are the must-eat food for the Mid-Autumn Festivalto as an e
. It was customary for house wives to prepare mo▓oncakes at home when the festival was approaching.However, as the production is labor-intensive and they arate wit
re widely available in markets, very few people make them at home nowadays.History of Moonc▓akesAt the end of the Yuan Dynasty (1271–1368, a dynastylease scan
ruled by the Mongols), the Han people's army wanted to▓ overthrow the rule of Mongols so they pla▓nned an uprising, but they had no way to inform every Han peR Code to
ople who wanted to join them the time of the uprising without being discovered by the Mongols. One day, th▓e military counselor of the Han people's army, Liu Bowen, thought out a stratagem related to moonc▓akes. Liu Bowen asked his soldiers to spread the rumor that there would be a serious disease in winter and eating mooncakes was▓ the only way to cure the disease, then he asked soldiers to write "uprising, on the night of the Mid-Autu▓mn Festival" on slips of paper, put them into mooncakes and then sell them to common Han people.