Books I have completed reading since January 2017:
1. Angelopolis - Danielle Trussoni
2. The Magicians - Lev Grossman
3. The Magic Circle - Jenny Davidson
4. Memories - Lang Leav
Friends and Enemies
Akatsuki: Nightmares & Dreamscapes
-beats in my head-
Chika-Chin's Anime Mania!
empty white space
In My World
My Blah blah Bulogu
My Little World
Sdovelly~ c'est la vie
Serene's Silent Secrets
Shuffle and Repear
Tolanic's Travel Blog
Friday, October 3, 2008
I watched 3 scary thriller or horror films, you preferred, consecutively until 2 am. The first movie I watched called Chermin, which is a Malay horror film that incorporated with local superantural elements and the ghost scenes were quite gory. The second movie was the Hitcher; dumb dumb movie but I pitied the killer because that actor has never ever gotten a good role except in Lord of the Rings and even he has a role as a good guy, he will surely be dead before the movie ends or in the middle. The third movie is called the Woods, which is about .... witchcraft? I didn't see the beginning but its midway is interesting enough for me to watch til the end. It's not really scary but watching it after 12 am just made the atmosphere spooky.
I could not really go to bed initially after my brain kept on playing tricks on me like there's going to be someone sitting on your stomach ... or there's someone standing beside you and the like. I got a little frightened by own imaginations but after recalling my experience of being able to see those spirits... I just tell myself to hell with them since I can't really be bothered to be disturbed or not. I just want a good night sleep! And I did!
Anyway ... people, please upload a picture at http://www.canongoesgreen.com/ so 2500 trees could be planted. Thank you!
Thursday, October 2, 2008
I had some nonsense dream during my afternoon nap. I dreamed of myself cycling in a food wonderland. The road I was cycling on is milk! Then I saw a lot of food around me: egg tarts, cakes and some other tasty looking for food. I woke up when I wanted to try it. AIYA!
Double Chocolate Chip Cookies
Thursday, October 2, 2008
250g butter, softened
250g golden caster sugar
1 tsp vanilla essence
2 eggs 320g plain flour
Pinch of salt
1 1/2 tsp bicarbonate of soda
150g white choc chips
150g plain cho chips
1. Put the butter, sugar and vanilla essence into a bowl and beat together.
2. Add the eggs one by one and beat until light and fluffy.
3. Sift in the flour, salt nd bicarbonate soda over the batter and fold in.
4. Add in both the chocolate chips.
5. Drop teaspoonfuls of batter on to greased baking sheets, allowing room for cookies to expand.
6. Bake in a pre-heated oven for 180C for about 10-12 mins.
7. This is when the cookies is crisp on the outside but soft on the inside.
8. Cool them on wire racks before storing into airtight containers.
Thursday, October 2, 2008
500g caster sugar
750g plain flour
pinch of salt
1. Put all ingredients in a bowl and slowly mix it all together.
2. Leave it to rest for about half and hour, then pinch the dough and make small balls.
3. Arrange on a greased baking tray, giving each cookie room to spread and bake in a pre-heated oven with a temperature of 180 C for about 20 minutes.
4. The cookies are done when they turn white. Cool on a rack before storing them in airtight containers.
Petals to be blown away ....
Wednesday, October 1, 2008
I met 3 kinds of friends in 3 days. The first day was Tuesday when I was with Worm worm; the second day was with my darling friend who looks absent-minded but it isn't; and lastly a friend who needed you because he needs you at an odd hour which was at 12 am.
The affair with Worm Worm is quite unthinkable. It actually doesn't matter whether good buddies or with just an acquaintance there's actually some words you can't tell them. All you can do is to let that sentence lurks deep inside your heart no matter you want to say out. Whenever a friend asks for help, be it big or small or unreachable, you may and may not want to help. If it's just the latter, decline it in an alternative way because saying "Don't expect me to help" indicates clearly that you do not need help in the present and the future. You never know when you needed help. This scenario reminds me a lot of a college friend who once told me that she only befriended people who could help her. But speaking of it, how do we know when our next door pauper neighbour turns into a millionaire? If you have a crystal ball, please give me the first prize lotto number. And writing this paragraph is not telling you that I'm hurt whatsoever, it's just I don't want history to be repeated on your account.
Ah this friend of mine is a real absent-minded darling. I have been thinking of her for weeks and she finally called me from abroad!! So sweet and still I requested her to buy me my favourite candy and biscuits from New Zealand. She's a friend I would always remember; a friend in need is a friend indeed. She helped me a lot when I was unemployed in NZ. I can't wait to catch up with her!
Ah the friend who greeted me at 12 am is a friend who only says hi when he wants something from you. I know he is not this kind of person but what do you expect me to think when the first text reply I got from him in 9 months is '... will keep in touch with you coz i need help from you in the future.' Err... and you readers still remember the colleague that I like to criticize? Yea, he's the one. Anyway, he has just broke up with his girl girl from Singapore and I dedicated a haiku to him.
underneath the starlight -
you broke up with me
No idea why I used 'petals' but it's always a romantic scene to see fireworms ... petals blowing around you like tornado. So I just thought "hey! it's great to have that as cut." tada... And yea he finally remembered my cuppa date.
Another good news is there were people voted for my 2 haiku in a contest! So my haiku appeared in the results. Yay!
Deep-Fried Sesame Balls (Sweet and Fortune Smiling)
Wednesday, October 1, 2008
1 tbsp white vinegar
2 litres water
75g lotus root
300g glutinous rice flour
15g custard powder
1/2 tsp salt
55g caster or fine sugar
180g-200 ml water extra
Glutinous rice flour for dusting
Water for dipping
1/2 cup white sesame seeds
1 tbsp black sesame seeds
1 cup oil for dep frying
Lotus seed filling
100g lotus seed paste, make into 20 balls (available at supermarkets)
1. Combine vinegar and 1 litre water in a mixing bowl. Scrap clean the lotus root and shred finely. Immerse shredded lotus root in the vinegar solution immediately. Drain well and squeeze out excess water.
2. Boil remaining water in a pot over medium-high fire. Once it comes to a boil, add shredded lotus root. Bring to a quick boil, add shredded lotus root. Bring to a quick boil for 2-3 minutes. Drains well and squeeze dry again. Set aside.
3. Mix glutinous rice flour, custard powder, salt and sugar together. Gradually pour in extra water to combine into dough. Divide dough into two and steam one portion of the dough in a bowl for 15-20 minutes.
4. Put the remaining raw dough in a large bowl. Add the steamed dough and shredded lotus root. Mix into a dough again. Divide into 20 portions.
5. Press a small ball of lotus seed filling into each portion of dough. Wrap up neatly and roll into a small ball, dusting hands occassionally with glutinous rice flour for easy handling. Dip in water and roll in combined white and black sesame seeds. Press the sesame seeds lightly into the glutinous balls.
6. Heat oil in a wok over a medium-high fire. When hot, deep-fry the sesame balls until lightly beaten. Serve hot.
* This is one extremely YUM!
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