Ciku oh ciku.. I love thee.. I remember there used to be a ciku tree in my family house that bear abundance of ciku fruits. We moved later on and over the years, the price of ciku kept increasing. The fruit sellers said there’s not many ciku farm, hence ciku supply is very limited. Continue Reading →
As mentioned in my previous post, the Nutriplus Pastry Competition and baking demos were held in conjunction with the launch of the cookbook Think Out Of the Shell Volume II . If you have not read about my experience in the Pastry Competition, do head over the post now (oh shameless self promo here) Continue Reading →
I’ve been quiet on my blog and other social media for the past 2 weeks, as I was away on a trip to China – partly work and partly holiday. The trip was indeed an adventure and unforgettable one due to it being a last minute unplanned trip. Not only that, it was below 0C in Beijing! Flying from a 32C country and walking out of the plane to a 5C weather was a total shock to my body and brain. After the 2 days, my body got used to the weather and I had an interesting discovery. If I wear thick sweaters and keep my body very warm, I feel even colder. So I just wear a thin sweater and a jacket for the entire trip, with gloves when it’s needed.
When I arrive back to Malaysia, it never felt so good to be wearing single layer of clothing! But my body had a strange tingling sensations for 2 days and I had to “recuperate” over the weekend by just lazing around not doing anything.. and now I’m back in action.
I’m super excited to announce my 1st Giveaway – yummy crunchy Heong Pneah from Teluk Intan!
A few weeks ago, my friend James Oon from Tiger Head Heong Pneah sent me a few packets of their Heong Pneah. Tiger Head is my favourite because the biscuit’s individual pack maintains the crust’s crunchiness and the chewy caramel is not too sweet. I enjoy Heong Pneah for breakfast & as a snack with hot tea/coffee.. When I posted about it on Facebook, James was amazed with more than 10 comments about how they wish they could get their hands on those heong pneah. Continue Reading →