Thursday, June 11, 2009


Roast Pork

Roast pork is so expensive when you buy outside. 10 bucks for just a few pieces! Well i try to make my own. Preparing is very easy, the tough part was to control the tempereture. It has to maintaint at 250 celcius. maybe my oven is not a GOOD EXPENSIVE oven. thats why my roast pork's skin is not very successful... :(

First 20 minutes....

Next 20 minutes.... and another 20 minutes.... and another 20 minutes.... Enough la... The skin just dont bubble nicely..... Afraid the meat will be tough if roast too long time... Give up. Off the bugger.

Surprisingly the meat is so NICE! Juicy! only the skin is tough but smells good though... i gave a piece to my doggie.... She keep chewing the skin for... erm..... 5 minutes? LOL

Not bad la, BF likes and ate most of it. will try again next time. muaks!

Monday, May 4, 2009

Runaway Cockroach

Last friday i forgot to wash my mug and left office for appointment. Monday morning saw a death cockroach in the coffee...

And last week i forgot to wash my mug again, amazing there is no cockroach in my mug! BUT!!! i saw coffee on my table. HE ESCAPE!!! LOL... lucky mr croach ahahhahaa

Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Monday, April 20, 2009


I slam my toilet door and KIAP my FINGER!!!! PAIN!!!!

Monday, April 13, 2009

Sexy pic - The Babies fighting over toys....

Fierce or not??? ahahahah

New Toy

Finally bought a SLR Nikon D60. Been thinking to get a better camera coz my Sony T10 is sucks. Sexy or not? muahhahahahaha

Thursday, April 9, 2009

Wednesday, April 8, 2009

ShortBread History

Shortbread cookies are ancient. They started in Scotland way back when cooking, compared to today’s standards, was crude at best. Of course they have evolved over time to what we know today.

The original shortbread cookie recipe probably included oat flour but when the English adopted it they substituted wheat flour. In Tudor England oats were considered animal food.
Traditional shortbread is baked in a round and then cut into wedges.
The story has it that the ancient Scots baked shortbread in the winter months and put cuts in the shortbread rounds to represent the suns rays. This was some sort of ritual to persuade the sun to return and do away with the cold winter.

The wintertime tradition holds on though because shortbread cookie recipes are among the most popular Christmas time cookie recipes.


6oz Plain flour
4oz Soft butter
2oz caster (granulated) sugar
1 oz cornflour (cornstarch)

Method: Mix the butter and sugar together (preferably with a wooden spoon) until it is pale and creamy. Sieve both the flour and the cornflour into the bowl and mix well. Put a small amount of flour on your working surface and place the dough on this. Shake a little flour on top and roll out about quarter inch thick. Prick with a fork and cut into rounds with a cutter or, if you want one large shortbread round, pinch the edges with thumb and finger all round.
Use a palette knife to lift the shortbread onto an oiled baking tray and bake for 25 minutes in a pre-heated oven at 325F/170C/Gas Mark 3. If the biscuits are ready, they will be pale brown and crisp; if not, return to the oven for 5 or 10 minutes. Shake a small amount of caster/granulated sugar on the top of the shortbread immediately after they have been removed from the oven. Use a palette knife to move them to a cooling rack and store in an airtight tin once they are cold.

Wednesday, April 1, 2009 Check this out!

Hey there, check out really cool man....... i dont hv much pic in this lap top. will post more!