Tuesday, October 27, 2009
Friday, October 23, 2009
Tuesday, October 20, 2009
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Tuesday, October 13, 2009
Sugar is not used to outside world yet, as Mummy is too protective about letting her out on her own. While Munchkin is playing like her second home, running around chased by the girls! Can't get a good shot of her at all! Lol!
For more fun stories, visit Gattina at My Cats and Funny Stories.
Wednesday, October 7, 2009
I've been surfing around and visiting blogs and I see many beautiful family photos and happy moments. Previously, the minute my other half knew I became a blogger, he made me promise not to reveal anything about our personal life and details. I just kept quiet, not saying yes nor no.
Today I am going to bend the rule a bit, maybe one time, this time. In fact, this post might be taken off anytime as I see necessary. So don't be surprised if its no longer here in future...lol!
So here, I am attaching my recent family photo, during the recent Raya hols.
Tuesday, October 6, 2009
(Sorry Gattina, my computer was under Virus attack last week and I lose all unsaved photos incl the COTs logo - will need to copy again later! lol)
Fun enough to bring some joy
But you are not what you seem you are
You make me laugh behind my tears
You had me cry behind my smile
Who are you?
You vent upon my cheers
You glee upon my mishaps
Why do you?
I know who you are!
Someone with a cold heart
And a cruel mind....
But I am basked in my blessings
And I thank Him all the time
And I don't care what you are!
And don't worry my dear reader friends
That someone is definitely Not You ;)
Friday, October 2, 2009
150gm dhal - soaked
1 onion - diced
1 garlic - chopped
1 red chili - chopped
1/2 tbsp curry leaves - thinly sliced
1/2 tsp cumin
2 tbsp rice flour
Soak dhal for a few hours.
Blend with cumin coarsely.
Add all other ingredient.
Shape into paties and fry to golden brown.
Crispy on the outside, soft and yummy in the inside... Think about it!
Edited: 3rd Oct 2009
I just realised that dhal is not known at some parts of the world, esp America and Europe, so for the benefits of our friends, I am attaching here some info and nutritious value of dhal.
Toor Dhal is in fact a pigeon pea and not a lentil as you might expect from its appearance. The dhal is prepared by milling dried pigeon peas to remove a thick coat and to split the seed. The origin of the plant is unclear, although they are now mainly grown in India. Young green pigeon peas are eaten in the Caribbean. Pigeon peas are noted for being highly nutritious, as well as for their delicate sweet flavour.
Typical nutritional values per 100g cooked pigeon pea dhal:
energy 496 kJ / 117 kcal