Spell DESSERTS the other way around… it spells STRESSED.
Yes, lately I am feeling very very stressed with my day job. So much to do, new assignment, new colleugue to work with. I’m getting old, my learning curve is not as steep as previously, I’m a bit slow lately :P. Oh well!
I got this photo up in my flickr for sometime now, but haven’t got to blog about it. Well, the only thing I must say is that IT IS REALLY YUMMY !!!!!!! Made at home, by my sister. It’s her first try, and it took her ages to get the
So the day is over. Our bazaar is over. My cakes sold like hot cakes! Within the first hour… woot! *happy happy* This was the “scene” in my kitchen last night. The layer cake I mentioned I was baking then… My sister said “macam factory” (like a factory) at work.
So I’m baking like mad today. While writing this post, I’m waiting for my Layered cake to bake. Every 10 minutes or so I’m adding on a new layer. It’s tedious, but really worth the effort. This afternoon, I baked this yogurt cake. Instead of using fresh strawberries, I used
1 cup / 226g butter 2 cups sugar (I use only 1 cup) 3 large eggs (I use 4 as the eggs I has was small) 2.5 cups flour a pinch of baking soda a pinch of salt 3 tbs lemon juice Lemon zest 220g plain thick yogurt (recipe suggested
The pink polka dots cups are the cutest! Topped with one of the most fabulous cakes I’ve ever eaten in my life (i’m not kidding)… oohh laa laaa!!!! This is Hokkaido Cake. It’s soft, spongy, taste of vanilla with white fluffy cream inside. I couldn’t resist! I want more!!!!! Even
Today, I did some baking using coconut. It started out with me wanting to eat something sweet with the grated coconut texture. Don’t ask me why? I can’t explain it. Then I remembered I scribbled this recipe I found online a few weeks ago. So… checked my pantry. Had all
My wish is for all of us to have a very good and happy weekend. I wish that everyday is Sunday! I wish I have more time in a day for everything, including work (although I always want to end my work day ASAP). I wish everyone will share a
Remember my Horlicks Layered Cake? This is another one. Same recipe, except I substitute the condensed milk with pandan flavoured kaya (store bought – if only I had the patience to make my own kaya), and use some green colouring to have the layers in look like how they look.
Last Saturday I made layer cake, ala Sarawak. For many years I’ve been eating those layered cakes made by my Aunts from Sarawak, or from my Sarawakian friends, or even buy them commercially. They are very expensive cake, because firstly it is very rich – a lot of egg yolks