Speaking of the most traditional mooncake in Cantonese culture, the answer would be no doubt "five-nut" mooncake, with melon seeds and Chinese olives, almonds, walnuts, and sesame packed inside. As Mid-autumn festival arrives, Neil, a young man from the UK, decided to go the "Foshan" way - hand-make some "five-nut" mooncakes. Today, Neil and his pal Jersey will visit a master chef from a time-honored local brand. Who makes better mooncakes? What does Neil taste and feel from the mooncakes made by himself? Click in the video to find out?
Video produced by @foshanstyle