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Kettle Corn | Pop Corn

Thinking about pop corn, thinking about cinema. Thinking about cinema, thinking about pop corn. A box of pop corn with a cup of coca-cola, seem to be a cinema meal. Nowadays, 2 person watching movie with a set of cinema meal require around RM30++ or more. To me, this is consider expensive. So, we choose to pop our own corn at home while watching for movie. This way of entertainment save a lot of cost and at the same time, you will enjoy your movie with your love one. To do this, what you need are unpopped popcorn kernels, sugar, oil and a big pot with cover. Quantity of ingredients depend on you and of course, the pot size. You can follow the proportion of 2:1:1 (unpopped popcorn kernels : sugar : oil).

 

Macallum Connoisseurs Cafe | Lebuh Macallum, Penang

Camus and I took a day off from our busy life to enjoy our own sweet time. He brought me to this cafe located at Lebuh Macallum. He told me we can have our breakfast with coffee and bread kind of breakfast which I like. We arrived there on weekday morning around 10:30am and the cafe was very empty, only one customer during the time we were there. Plenty of parking space outside the cafe. Cakes at RM13 per piece! After enter the cafe, a young man passed us a menu, we seated and read through the menu. I was shocked when look at the menu and do not know what to order at the first glance, I focus on the price and feel hard to choose my meal as they are very expensive to me. In the end, we get one Macallum breakfast and Smoked Salmon Bagel, one cafe latte and one cappucino, there gone our RM55! Talk about the cafe, I found this cafe is quite nice as the fragrance really attracted me when I first enter the cafe. I like the fragrance and it is quite different with other cafe as I can smell something soury. I am not sure what is this fragrance until I get my latte and cappucino. The sweet aroma of coffee taking over my senses, they are creamy, smooth coffee I longed for. Cappucino and Latte Maccallum breasfast came with sunny side up, avocado, chicken frankfurter, chicken bacon, grilled capsicum, baked potatoes, bread and salad. Portion is quite big. I like the chicken frankfurter which the size like german sausage. Smoked salmon bagel came with smoked salmon with wasabi cream cheese, rocket leaves and pinch of capers. I do not understand most of the terms mentioned in the menu except for "smoked salmon". Now as I am writing, I compare the menu and photo I took, I cannot find "wasabi cream cheese" from my photo, why? Mana dia pi? Oh, the one spread between the bagel? It's wasabi cream cheese? Not butter? To me, this smoked salmon has nothing special but I do like rocket leaves. And now I know what is capers, it is the small tiny things appeared on top of the roll smoked salmon. Ooppsss, we do not finish that even though only served with 3 biji, what a waste? I thought they were just a decoration to the smoked salmon... Overall, Macallum Connoisseurs Cafe is a good place to enjoy coffee but sincerely, it was a very expensive experience to me. Macallum Connoisseurs Cafe1, Lebuh Macallum, Georgetown, 10300 Pulau Pinang016-422 1259Opening hour : 9am- 12 am

 

Life Organic Shop Hakka Lei Cha 客家擂茶 | Sungai Ara, Bayan Lepas, Penang

I had too much meat recently. Yes, I mean not only my food consumption, but also my body. My body fat is hard to reduce, everyday sitting in office after heavy lunch gained me a lot of weight. Recently, we went for vegetarian meals for lunch to reduce my guilty after consumed so much meat and oily foods. My colleague recommended this organic restaurant that serve vegetarian in Sg Ara, Life Organic. The aunty who served us said the shop is already opened for more than two years, but I did not realise it until my colleague brought us there.

 

Coco’s (ココス)| Japan

Today after work, I went to take dinner with my colleagues. We went to a restaurant nearby company to have the dinner, it is called Coco’s (ココス). After about 20 minutes walk from company, we reached the restaurant and start our dinner.    
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BreadmakerButterCake_7Have you ever try to bake cake with bread maker? I still remember, one of the attractive point of this new bread maker is the "bake cake" function. I wonder how will the cake taste with this super lazy method. No baking tool (except weight machine) is needed. What you need to do is to dump everything into the machine and press few buttons. That's all!

For the first try, I bake butter cake with the recipe that comes along with the machine.

 

 

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Butter and eggs

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Dump in flour

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Pour in milk

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Mixing ingredients

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Beating, beating...

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Fresh cake out from bread maker!

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Look at the texture of the cake, it rises evenly with soft texture. But frankly, it is a bit dry. Maybe I should remove the cake manually just few minutes before the setting time is reached.

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Another thing that does not satisfy me is outlook of the cake, the machine creates these two ugly holes at cake's bottom.

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However, I personally feel that this method is suitable to those who are running out of time to prepare food for party or any event. It is fast method and while waiting for cake to bake, you can prepare something else.

I am still hunting for "recipe of making jam with bread maker". So far I do not find any recipe that suit me yet. Is anyone out there able to help me?


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#6 Yong SH 2017-02-16 16:03
Quoting Eefong:
Thanks for sharing this. I read somewhere that you should remove the paddle when it's finished stirring i.e. before it starts baking.


Oh, really? sound good idea to remove paddle, I never thought of that, thanks for the tips Eefong.
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#5 Eefong 2016-12-14 11:58
Thanks for sharing this. I read somewhere that you should remove the paddle when it's finished stirring i.e. before it starts baking.
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#4 shaz 2011-10-03 18:50
How interesting, I never knew you could bake a cake in the breadmaker! Thanks for visiting my blog :-)
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#3 MnYfoodtalk - Yong SH 2011-08-21 20:51
Hi Vivian, the breadmaker is 5RP+RM269.
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#2 vivianlee 2011-08-20 12:11
how much dis breadmaker?
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#1 vivianlee 2011-08-20 12:06
how much dis breadmaker
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