Saturday, 30 April 2005

Steam Mini Pandan Kueh......

I saw this recipe from a forum known as Mum's website and without hesitate I bought all the necessary ingredients to try give it a try. The recipe was rather easy to follow and you can make around 50 pieces from the ingredients below. We find the taste was rather similar to "Kueh Tutu" but the different is on their fillings. "Kueh Tutu" had it's filling wrap inside whereas for this the coconut is used as the base for the sponge cake. My little boy likes this kueh very much and he can eat one whole piece all himself.

Friday, 18 March 2005

Pear Tarts

This is the bake Pear Tarts that I invented together with my neighbour Taron during our stay in Australia. The tart itself was made using sweet shortcrust pastry and the filling inside was made using split green beans (mung bean) pastes. Although it was hard to shape each pastry into the same size but we still managed to do it in the end.

Monday, 31 January 2005

My Favourite Sunflower.....

Among all the flowers, I prefer Sunflower which represents hope and warm in my heart. To me it looks like a smiley face that always fill your heart with happiness.

During my days in Australia years back, I grew quite a few variety of sunflowers from miniature to large size and I love the above giant sunflower the most. It is about the size or slightly bigger than the face of an adult which you definitely can't find such a big one in Singapore.

Saturday, 29 January 2005

The Great Ocean Road

This is one of the pictures of the famous "The Twelve Apostles" in the Great Ocean Road, Australia. The route itself is just like a Merry-go-round as it goes goes round and round and round.... so if you are those who easily gets car-sick you should get ready with some medicine just in case. But the scenery is really very fantastic.