CELEBRITY chef Alvin Quah (pictured) will be cooking up a storm at this year's Cabramatta Moon Festival.
The Series 2 MasterChef contestant is sure to be a highlight on the day as he carries out two live cooking demonstrations for attendees.
He said because it's spring, he plans to prepare something colourful and reflective of Cabramatta on the day.
"I'll be doing something with scallops, lots of butter, curry leaves, chilli and garlic," he said.
But Mr Quah is no stranger to Cabramatta, he previously visited during Lunar New Year to conduct several cooking demonstrations.
"I always love working with them (people of Cabramatta); they're fantastic," he said.
Alvin, who was born in Kuala Lumpur with Chinese Malaysian heritage, said he remembers the Moon Festival from his childhood as "an excuse to eat Moon Cakes".
He also remembers the tradition of lanterns — where the children would bring them out and play with them.
"I think it's a romanticised sort of day as well, so if you're single you can wish for your husband or wife," Mr Quah said.
"That would involve throwing a mandarine peel in a river and just before you throw it in you wish for your future partner.
"I could be making this up, but I'm pretty sure it's in the legend somewhere."
While Mr Quah is set to be one of the highlights at the Moon Festival, popular children's character Peppa Pig is also set to create a buzz among the youngsters.
The Peppa Pig Show will take place on Railway Parade from 12.40pm to 1.05pm and from 1.55pm to 2.20pm.
The moon festival will be held on Sunday from 11am to 8pm.