I saw an article in the newspaper talked about a new bakery shop in KL, and this Maple syrup loaf is their best selling item. Since i have no chance to try this loaf from this shop (too far from my place), so i imitate this loaf at home using my own creation.
Last weekend, I was invited to attend 2 days “Tarts” class at Academy of Pastry Arts Malaysia, along with Quay Po Cooks and The Sweet spot. Academy of Pasty Arts Malaysia is a premier institute offering you a unique opportunity to learn the Art of Bakery and Pastry making in a professional setting. Their team are consists of award winning Pastry chefs and every pastry Instructor has been selected with unique qualifications which match their aim to provide the best possible hands on training with highest standards.
Thank you so much to all who participated in my 1st giveaway. I'm so touch for some of the comments left by your. With all your supports and encouragement, I will keep it up and hope to share with your more nice recipes in the future. I dedicate the lucky draws task to my 3 lovely kids, check out who are the winners as per below..
When I saw My Kitchen Snippets's baked cassava cake, i immediate bookmarked but I only managed to do it after 4 months later. I was curious how cassava can make into cake with butter and flour. The ingredients are slighlty difference from what the usual Bengka Ubi (see Jane's recipe here).
We asked our tour guide to introduce us a Thai restaurant that not serve to tourist but well received by local peoples. She then introduced us this Samsen Villa restaurant (not operated by samseng (gangster in Malay), hehehe) ..
I feel so good when I having back my camera just now, hehehe. I quickly download old photos in the camera as I wanted to share with you this Roti paun. Roti paun is a small little buns that inside wrap with butter and this is one of the specialty in Kuala Terengganu.
I just back from vacation to Bangkok, since I couldn't post food photos as my camera is still under repairing. Thus I would like to share with you some of the places i visited during this trip to Bangkok and all these photos taken by phone ( sorry for the poor quality of photos). According to my tour guide, Maeklong railway market is one place under the "Unseen Thailand".
Yesterday my sister told me that her friend who also love baking has improved her baking skill a lot if compare to last time. I asked her how she managed to improve, she said her friend recently following recipes in the blogs (she doesn't know i own a blog too) and she said that some recipes from some blogs are more accurate than certain cookbooks. I am pleased to hear that we bloggers' effort and harwork is paid off, as we are sharing our true experiences and tested recipes.
Back to today's post. As what I know from Nami (Just one cookbook) who does Japanese's home cooking that usually comprise of rice, main dish and side dishes. But for a Chinese like me, our home cook usually comprise of rice, 2-3 main dishes (can be meat, fish, tofu and vegetables) and soup. Today I would like to share with you this simple Chayote and sweet corn soup that I cook quite often..
One of the main purpose i bought a KA mixer is to bake fresh white bread to serve for breakfast. I have own this mixer for almost a year, if i can recall, i only made white bread not more than 2 times, hehehe.. Recently i just inspired by this good white bread recipe and making me to bake white bread again..
I just came back from 2 days 1 night shopping trip to Singapore. I also managed to meet two bloggers,Sharon from Somewhere in Singapore and Ann from Anncoo Journal. I had a simple dinner with Sharon on the 1st night and she also brought me to Popular book store to search for books. The next day morning, I was meeting with Ann. Ann drove me to famous bakery ingredients ship Poon Huat and Sunlik to shop for baking stuffs. This was a fruitful trip, i came home with few baking pans, good cocoa powder, ribbon & etc and I also managed to buy a Nespresso coffee machine with milk frother from Takashimaya store with a SGD 50 discount voucher. According to Ann, I was lucky to be in SG this time as SG is having big mega sales right now. Thanks to Sharon and Ann spending time with me, I am so happy to meet them in person.Ok, back to this post, i quite often cook Japanese dish as my kids love Japanese foods. This simple Japanese stir fry chicken with miso is good and nice to eat with a plate of steam rice.