Sunday, January 28, 2007

Halia PicPic!


Halia's breakfast buffet starts at an early 8am so here we are walking across the street from our place at 9am...

here's a pretty flower picture taken with the 'flower shoot mode' in my pixie's advance features! not bad huh! all the colours and the dew drops all being captured! Colours abit dark though as it was still very early in the morning and the weather was abit wet and drizzling.






ritey, here's some information for you gals if you wanna eat there....
Weekend Breakfast Buffet
$18+++ (adults), $10+++(child)
8.00-10.45am (last seating)
1 Cluny Road, Ginger Garden, (enter via Tyersall Ave)
Singapore Botanic Gardens (bet u knew this!)
(65) 6476 6711

Saturday, January 27, 2007

Halia Restaurant

Sunday morning was spent at the beautiful Halia Restaurant with my family and wj. It was a spread of Continential, american and singaporean dishes. Nestled in an abundance of greenery, sounds of birds and creatures of the park (wj saw a hummingbird!), the setting was cooled with the ceiling fans and the trellis provided the necessary shade. Those who arent comfortable with alfresco dining can opt for the aircon rooms inside!(which many ang-mohs did)

Dad and wj were having a ball of time watching the ang-mohs trying to figure out how to cook the laksa and prepare congee by themselves! One put congee on her plate, the other sprinkled the laksa leaves onto his dried noodles! (think he didnt know he had to boil the noodles in hot water, pour the laksa gravy then sprinkle the laksa leaves...muahahha)
Many were puzzled, not to mention abit of agony and twisted look , frowns on their foreheads and 'huh' was written all over their faces!

~will post photos later!

Friday, January 26, 2007

GV Max

dear all,

i have decided to use my points to redeem a pair of GV pass to catch a movie at Vivocity. WHY? becos there's so much 'ohs' and 'ahs' about how big their cinemas and screens are. So how can pinky not see it for herself at all as she is the well acclaimed movie buff enthusiast from the past and MISS KNOW ALL about the IN things in life!

ritey, so im here to announced that i have caught 'the Babel' yes yes starring the infamous Brad Bitt and Cate Blanchett with at least 7 nominations to this film. Named Babel...true to its name.

Ba.bel :
1. a confused mixture of sounds or voices.
2. a scene of noise and confusion.

the scene was shot in Morocco with many scenes happening at one time. One moment you are in morocco with Brad Pitt, his wife got shot accidently at the neck by a young boy who was testing his rifle skills up in the mountains with his goats, the next thing u know, wham! you are in tokyo where a schoolgirl is showing you her bushy vagina and you follow the scene of her taking drugs and alcohol to a head banging loud underground party where all kinds of lust are taking place, next the film brings you to mexico where a rowdy wedding party is taking place, a nanny illegally bringing a pair of american children, got caught in a tangle of old flame who kisses her so passionately inside the house whilst the children mixed with the locals and saw how the young kids twist the chicken's neck and plug the head out right in front of your eyes. WHOA. *puipui! pinky covers her eyes...*

wj's dinner


these days, wj has been working pretty late as his meetings only starts after office hours. haha so he usually doesnt have the chance to catch his dinner. So when he comes back this time, i have a dinner all set up for him!


Quick dinner
mee sua(2 servings/bundles)
broccoli
egg (i fried this beforehand)
a few slices of beef (meant for the dogs actually! haha)
half a stick of carrot, sliced (for peanut one actually...)


Boil water, add chicken cube stock, once boiling, add carrots,beef , egg and brocoli.
When most ingredients are cooked (there is a slight colour change to carrots and broccoli), add in mee sua.
Stir for another 3-5mins.
Serve immediately.

Thursday, January 25, 2007

Domesticated

i'm currently preparing Milo Agar Agar...yes everyone, i have become so domesticated over the past few weeks, i cook, wash the dishes, mop the floor, vacuum (eh... i vacuum then mop), do the laundry, hang them and down to folding them and putting them in the wardrobe. And i do not do all these just for myself. I wash my family's clothes and fold them. Help my sister settle her passport online and paid for her (she better return me my moolah! since im not working as yet and she is earning right now), assist her to change her savings card so that she can travel overseas, help her photoshop her passport photo and submit to ICA etc etc...and do my resume and folio...i just sent out my resumes yesterday to 3 companies, i hope i get their emails addy right, i can be such a klutz at times...shit, maybe i should go and check the newspapers. oh double shit, i aredi sent them out yesterday! alamak, now how?



~think im gg to make konyaku jellies next week.

oh! yes im going to make chocolat fondant this sunday for Wj.

Velle can Cook! - Muffin Madness



Wednesday, January 24, 2007

lunch for WJ


i bring wabbit food for WJ nearly everyday cos i find that he is not eating his vegetables!

Tuesday, January 23, 2007

Muffin day

dear girls,

i'm planning a muffin baking day tmw! yippee yeah yeah! this time it's Banana Nut Crunch Muffins!!! here's the recipe:

Banana Nut Crunch Muffins
(muffins)
1 1/4 cups flour
1 tbsp baking powder
1/8 tsp salt
1 egg, slightly beaten
1/2 cup milk
1/3 cup packed brown sugar
3 tbsps vegetable oil
1 1/2 cups Post Banana Nut Crunch
1 cup mashed ripe bananas (2 big bananas)

(Streusal Topping)
1/2 cup Post Banana Nut Crunch, slightly crushed
1 tbsp brown sugar
1/2 tsp ground cinnamon
1 tbsp melted butter

1. In a small bowl, combine flour, baking powder and salt; in another bowl, whisk together egg, milk brown sugar and oil; add flour mixture; stir just until moistened (batter will look lumpy) then stir in cereal and banana.

2. Spoon batter into muffin tin that has been lightly sprayed with non-stick cooking spray or lined with paper muffin cups, filling each cup 2/3 full.

3. Combine Streusal topping: cereal, brown sugar and cinnamon; drizzle melted butter over mixture and stir until crumbly; sprinkle topping evenly over muffins; bake at 400F/ 180 deg for 20 minutes or until golden brown.

~ pinky will post photos later!

Monday, January 22, 2007

Sis OFFDAY


sis's day-off! and boy did we combed so many places in singapore!First we had our breakfast at McDonalds, she had the big Breakfast while i had the $2 deal...hahah save money. Next we walked to orchard to take a mrt down to lavendar to check out on her passport cos the customs officer told her that she has to update her photo. Afterwhich we went down to plaza sing (DBS bank) to change her bank card in order for her to use it overseas. But TEH!!!! we had to go to a POSBank to do it...so we trot back to centrepoint where there was a branch there and got it done! YIPPEE yeah yeah! okie time for me to pee man, after such a long morning of here and there!

Next we made our way down to suntec to pay mr goh a visit for lunch and later we had a caffeine fix at TCCitylink. Before we bide town adieu, i dropped by HMV but i couldnt find my CD...oh wells, thank god we didnt linger at that place too long cos when we got to the bus-stop it started to drizzle! THANK GOD!!!

Sunday, January 21, 2007

Devilicious Desserts


Mei Hong Yuan Desserts (Traditional Desserts) along Temple street is famous for their nutty pastes! I have tried many desserts stalls and many failed to resemble the ones found in HK. But this store almost fits the bill. Try the sesame, almond, peanut paste and walnut paste (quite unique), feels so smooth and i heard the nutrients are really good for health and beauty! They have chilled ones too like the sweet mango pomelo sago ($3.50), herbal jelly (cooling effects) egg pudding and milk pudding (good for beauty) and beancurd with gingko nuts. And the little ones will love the mango pudding!
For those out there who wants a bit more than just desserts, there are pumpkin cakes (again something unique), yam, carrot, and water chestnut cakes, chee cheong fun, dumplings and much much more.

~have your just desserts now...

Friday, January 19, 2007

FOOD again everywhere we go!

yes gals! me and wj are back at ikea once more to solve my shelfing and compartmentalizing of my tiny room. The trouble with staying overseas is that one sometimes forget that we actually have something similar back home but heck! what's the use of it being at home when u need it abroad right? so we have to buy buy buy!
and so comes the dilemma when u ship your stuff back and BAM! it hits upon u that u have no more space for ur stuff!!!

*headache* and where to go looking for quick and cheap furniture? IKEA lor. But before we go hunting for our shelves, we must first fill our stomachs!!!
Comme d'habitude, we had the famous and salivating swedish meatballs, the poached salmon and spaghetti bolognaise!!! and a can of green tea to share.

the restaurant was packed! and there were coordinators with mikes on to direct the human traffic to sit which is a good thing! then i neednt have to rush and snatch a seat like an ugly singaporean! phew!







~ *chomp chomp chomp*







Thursday, January 18, 2007

Salmon et poulet


Fresh salmon and tantalising chicken from jack's place. There is a promotion going on now with 2 different main courses that changes everyday. One is set at $8 while the other is at $9.60, comes with soup of the day, coffee/tea (bet u already know this), salad and baked potato on side.

Lunch specials start from 11am to 230pm!

where are u???


...*yawn* under the bed.

Wednesday, January 17, 2007

Dinner by the esplanade


i'm sure many of you would have dined at the Marina Food Loft by now, ever since it has rejuvenated into a new face, opened its doors and introduced a more spacious, well-lit eating place for the locals and the bonus point which i really must commend upon is the beautiful view that the foodcourt is actually facing! look! the 'durian' is just behind me as we eat...and so is singapore's signature skyline!

Tuesday, January 16, 2007

Fishy Business


come sea what we have in the pan! MUSSELS! Calamari, huge luscious deep golden fries sprinkled with salt and lemon juice, 2 fillets of dory, 10 red piping hot prawns on a bed of raisin rice!



we all having a jolly good time, especially daddy who fished for a pan of sambal fish which had him trickling sweat all over his brows! SHIOK ah and FIERY hot hot hot!

Chinese New Year once more in Chinatown!


the guys are all hard at work getting all the brocades of flowers up above the roads this festive season!


me and sis posing with the road ornaments just before they hang them high above our heads! SO huge the flowers!!!

sis and statue of wealth (fortune) and the newly stickered Chinatown Point in a bright CHROME hue to ursher in the new year. Colour of the ingot i suppose. A tad bit cheesy too...

Monday, January 15, 2007

Bitches Wanted!







Woofings!
it's frosty blogging here...lately, it's all about bloggin and vlogging! Woofs! so i have decided to use my mistress's site to promote myself abit! I'm 4 years old, very sexy with adorable eyes and looking for a friendly cute bitch with 4 paws and a waggy tail, poodles (eh-hem.. white pls) are most welcome. Please if u are 1m in length and standing at 50cm tall, don't bother replying back to me, i don't think i can satisfy u in any way, i'm quite petit and so are the other parts of me but they are in tip top condition! And i just visited the dentist so i have nice breath as well...my bonemail is frosty@woof.com
my interests are: playing dead, fetch the frisbee, chasin my own tail, licking my balls and... oh scratching myself.
Likes: Biting bones, chasing lizards and the stupid rabbit, strolling at Botanic Gardens and drooling at the pretty bitches there.
Dislikes: The male russell whom im living with. Btw i'm not gay, he is the one. I'm perfectly all MAN.