I tried to make sushi once but I wasn't successful. I could not roll the sushi properly. These sushi and maki rice moulds are made especially for dummies like me! Now I can attempt to make sushi again! WOOHOO~~
Sunday, December 27
Saturday, December 26
We'll meet again during CNY. Till then, take care, my friends!
Tah-Dah!! I found it!
However, this hawker centre is much crowded than the one in Boon Lay and it is sometimes quite difficult to find a parking lot. If you prefer to come to this one and you manage to find a lot, you must remember to get some cheap fruits at the row of fruit stalls adjacent to the hawker centre. :D
The video is now available on Razor TV! :)
Unfortunately I do not know how to download the clips and post in the blog. And it seems like I cannot post the link directly. So if you are interested, please go to the Razor TV homepage and look for their clips posted up on 25th Dec 09, titled "Lunch, Too Cute To Eat!"
p/s: VIVIAN! YOU ARE ON AIR TOOOOOOOOOOOOOO! SO EXCITING!! :D
[Added by Clement on 26 Dec 09: Here's the video hosted on Razor TV]
Thursday, December 24
老公：（还在玩mafia war)好啦好啦。You count to ten, er, no, one hundred，我就来。
Wednesday, December 23
I asked Wolfie, Joyce and Viv to come over to help me and give me moral support. True friends as they are, they all came. :) Thanks buddies!! I really appreciate it very, very much! Your presence makes me feel at ease. And thanks, Vivian, for helping with the photography. Joyce took pictures using her new Canon 450. For those who have access to her blog, remember to check out her pictures!
Eva (on the extremely left) is the producer and the host of the program. The beautiful lady in the centre is Grace. She was to make a bento with my help for her boyfriend as a Xmas gift. Eva looked familar but I couldn't recall where I have seen her until BOOMZ! Suddenly I remembered she was the one who interviewed Risis Low! Gosh. I hope my spoken English is of passable standard and I will not be another joke of the town. So there was Eva running through with us on how we could do our presentation.
Me preparing the food to shortening the filming time.
Then I went on to demonstrate how to make 2 quick and affordable bento for busy people.
Picture time again! The whole idea is to have fun, isn't it? :D
After making 3 uber healthy bentos approved by the nutritionist, Letty, the 4 of us sat down and had an urber unhealthy makan time. As usual, we enjoyed the food, enjoyed a pot of tea, enjoyed the kitchenette, and most of all (as usual), one another's company!
Monday, December 21
I will be moving on to a new school in January. The only thing I will miss are my buddies who have been through good and bad times together. I will miss having lunch with them, I will miss sharing my inner thoughts with them, I will miss joking with them, I will miss chit chatting with them about everything under the sun...
We have promised to meet as often as our schedule permits. One of the dates which is set aside to meet regardless of rain or shine will be 8th August of every year. Friends who are close to the heart need not see one another everyday to maintain the friendship. A friend is just a phonecall/ msn/ blog entry/ sms away.
Sunday, December 20
Back to the tarts. I have never tried them before and I fell in love with the first bite! It is not so sweet and the texture of the filling is smoother than of the conventional egg tarts. I let Jaimie take a bite without telling her what it was and she asked me "是不是豆花？"(Is it soya bean curd?).
I made a mistake by heating 2 of them up in the toaster oven this morning. No wonder Clement commented that "the one I ate yesterday tasted better". It should be served chilled! Silly me! And trust me, they really taste better after refrigeration!
Where to get them?
The addresses are printed on the box but I haven't a clue where they are. My brother said it's along the row of old shop houses opposite Peace Centre, next to the famous Rocher Soya Bean shop. If you still aren't convince of how tasty these bean curd tarts are, my brother said "even Andy Lau eats them when he comes to Singapore". Well?
The Fish helped themselves to a buffet of dead skin on Clement's feet. Apparently it was so ticklish that Clement had to groan to relieve the agony. Jaimie thought Clement was in pain and was about to cry until we told her that the fishes were skin doctors. In the end, Clement had to endure the kisses from the fishes in silence with his eyes, nose and mouth all twisted.
I won't pay $5 for 10mins of fish spa. Neither will I dip my feet into the water even if somebody pays me $5 for 10mins because I have zero tolerance for being tickled. I will get A-N-G-R-Y.
Today is the last day of Meeting and Greeting Care Bears in IMM Garden Plaza. I don't really care but Jaimie is into bears now after yesterday's build a bear session. With a token sum of $2, which will go to charity, the children get to go up on stage to meet the care bears for a photoshoot after a short performance. It was a short but enjoyable time for Jaimie. We didn't bring Jaimie to any Xmas shows this year so this would probably be the one and only Xmas show she caught this Xmas.
Saturday, December 19
Thank you, Liana and Jeff, for the wonderful build a bear party and the lunch treat!
Here are some pictures taken with Clement's new lens.
The mommies were just as excited as the kids, especially Diana!! :D
Build a bear, build a friendship! I hope the children will share a strong friendship when they grow up just like their mommies do.
Jaimie caught digging her nose again. =.=