I like the idea of cutting into something that looks like a cake but it's crispy and crunchy all the way through. Sure, Trix tears up the roof of your mouth something awful, but it's worth it.
I think we are nearing the end of the rain(bow) here in Seattle finally. It's still blustery and still showering here and there but we're getting more and more sunshine and soon it will be GLORIOUS! Have you ever witnessed a Northwest summer? They are kind of the best ever. Just don't tell anyone that, we want to hold onto our inhospitable reputation lest more people try to move here.
Traditionally in China, moon cakes are given to coworkers and families as traditional gifts and shared among several people with tea. Despite the 1200 calories per cake, I'd have a hard time sharing. Maybe it's a good thing I'm not Chinese.