Thursday, March 26, 2009

Cross Stitch

I've got a lot of hobbies and interest actually.
Don't know why. Everything seems very interesting to me...
Maybe because I'm a Gemini...haha

Well, here are some of the cross stitch I've done so far...

This was done back when I was single...:0


This was half done by my sister many years ago,
it's a waste to left it there so I finish it.

I've done 1 for my god sister, forget to take picture tho...
It was for her wedding gift.
"Kenny & Mandy"


Wednesday, March 25, 2009

What kind of breakfast are you?

You Are Cereal
Playful and lighthearted, breakfast is likely
your favorite meal of the day.

(In fact, you're probably the type who sneaks
cereal as a midnight snack.)

Your culinary skills are probably a bit lacking...
and you are a sucker for junk food.

Some people accuse you of eating like a kid,
but you prefer to think of
yourself as low maintenance.

What Kind of Breakfast Are You?

Thursday, March 19, 2009

Simple yet delicious Egg Tart

I did these egg tarts this morning for breakfast.
It has a crunchy tart base.
I like this version of egg tart very much!

125 gm butter
125 gm margerine
125 gm icing sugar
1 egg
320 gm low protien flour

130 ml fresh milk
45 gm caster sugar
2 eggs

  1. Pastry:- Cream butter, margerine & icing sugar until pall. Break in egg & mix well. Fold in flour & knead into a dough. Wrap in clingfirm & chill for half & hour in the fridge. Divide the dough into small portions & press into tart moulds.
  2. Filling:- Bring fresh milk to boil as using low heat. Put caster sugar & eggs into a mixing bowl & mix well. Strain & mix with hot milk.
  3. Pour some filling onto pastry & bake in a preheated oven at 170C fir 30 minutes.


Sarawak Serikaya Cake

This recipe was supply by a humble member - leonine from Home Cooking Club Forum


200g Horlicks
350g butter
100g sugar
3 tbsp gula hitam caramel
240g Serikaya
10 eggs
250g flour
50g milk powder
2 level tsp double action baking powder
a pinch of baking soda

  1. Cream sugar and butter until light and fluffy.
  2. Whisk egg yolks and add in the serikaya and gula hitam, mix well.
  3. Beat egg whites till stiff and fold into the batter.
  4. Sieve together horlicks, flour, milk powder, baking powder and baking soda.
  5. Fold the dry ingredients into the above mixture.
  6. Pour mixture into a greased 10-in round pan.
  7. Cover with foil and steam for 1 hour 45 mins.
  8. Sprinkle with toasted sesame seed and leave to cool.

Thursday, March 12, 2009

Unprofessional Photo Session

It's time for my little boy to register for primary 1 this year.
He was born in year 2004.
He really had grown so much.
When first born, he was only 3kg plus and now already reach 20kg plus!
And he's only 4 yrs & 4mths old. Man...huge right.
I can't carry him for more than 5 mins now.
Yesterday morning I bring him to take photo for registration purposes,
but the refuse. And I was really upset.
So, I decide to DIY in the afternoon after he back from kindergarden.
My boy was really cheeky, can't even stand still.
Here are some rejected pics.



Saturday, March 7, 2009

奉献- Offer

Listen to this song from radio this morning.
Find it very touching and think back of my life from birth until now,
I really have not been 'offering' to those around me.
Sad to think of it...
Hope you all find this song meaningful and can enlighten you all life from now on.



Thursday, March 5, 2009

Have you ever...

Have you ever get a message, to 'date' you on
what time and what date,
but in the end,
on the actual date and time,
the person who made the 'date'
did not show up,
or call,
or msn,
or sms.....???

I was
maybe you forget,
maybe you are busy,

I was like thinking,
maybe it was just my 一厢情愿。

But we'd known each other for so long,
and yet...I'm speechless,

But I was upset.
REALLY upset.
I cancel all my appointment,
just for you.
And you do this to me...

This is not the first time.
Many many times already.

I really hope that,
next time,
when you don't mean it,
don't ever say it out,

This just makes me think,
I'm not important to

And I hate it!!

Today's Breakfast~~~Doughnut

Tuesday, March 3, 2009

My Babies...[Update]

Recently I tried out this new hobby - flower planting...

Seeing a lot of people likes beautiful flower, me too.
And I do enjoy and would be very much proud if it's grow my own rite...

So, without hesitation I head to Ng Sian Hap at Piasau to buy some
flower seeds - RM2-4 per pack, I bought 3 packet
pot - small size RM0.60 each

and organic soil - RM5.00 per packet.

This is a dead pot!! I plant it on 17/02/2009, until today nothing happen.
The grass take advantage and grow in it :(

See nothing, just grass :((

Ah....this was planted on 28/02/2009
Can see all the little seeds...'hatch' ?! ha ha
So happy...

Up close ^.^

Third pot....also growing healthily....

Up close of third pot...

Stay tune, will post more updates soon...



This is Zinnia

As for Portulaca, it didn't grow and bloom. It died....:(
Anyway at least I still got Zinnia...
Only those transfered to ground did grow & bloom, as those in pots,
too crowded I think, they didn't make it..
em...another lesson learned!


Luncheon Meat Pau

Nak satu?? hehe...
Sorry I finish it just now.....

I had some left over pau flour, so early this morning I've decide to make
some pau for my family for breakfast.
The reason I choose luncheon meat as the filling was I don't have other fillings available so the fastest way is using canned luncheon meat he hehe...

Here's the recipe:

Basic Pau Ingredients:

500 gm pau flour
1 packet of mauri pan brand yeast (approx 10 gm+-)
100 gm castor sugar
50 gm crisco/shortening
230 gm/ml water

Pour all ingredients into bread maker and used mode 11 and let it knead for 20 minutes.
Take out and divide into 35 gm each and cover with clean cloth and let it sit for 10 minutes
Roll out each dough flat and wrap in filling.
Cover with a cloth and let it proof for another 15 minutes.
Steam in rolling water for 15 minutes.


RM5.00 minced pork
1 stalk spring chinese leak
light soya sauce
salt to taste
a little corn flour

Mix all together and set aside.

This recipe was given by my dear sister to me.
*Thank you*