Today after dinner, I went to the freezer to get my birthday cake purchased a day before.
Eh, no box in the freezer?!?
My head is thinking ‘OH SHIT! SHIT! SHIT!’.
Quickly I open the fridge door. There sitting on the top shelf is my birthday cake in a box, my Baskin Robbins ICE-CREAM birthday cake.
I know what’s coming.
Quickly I open the box.
I made a really really short trip to Penang today. How short? Hmm I think I spent about 2 hours there. Yup that short.
I’ve not been to Penang for more than 7-8 years (if not mistaken la ya; lazy to go through my old analogue Penang photos to find out exactly when).
So many things have changed in Penang! In what way? I don’t know but I sensed it. Kekeke
I love old pre-war buildings.
I like TGIF but I stop patronizing them 1 or 2 years ago because I got bored of their food. Something like eat until wanna puke. Hehe
Last weekend, my dad suggested TGIF and we all agreed since it’s been quite awhile. We always go to the one at Subang Parade. It’s been good to us. Many memories were etched there.
We saw this 2 course meal deals banner outside their restaurant whereby you choose an appetizer & entree for RM29.90. We decided to go for that.
Our drinks; Lemonade, Watermelon & Mango
My current breakfast indulgence is milo + chocolate & chips cookies.
I’m using Keebler’s Chips Deluxe Cookies. It has chocolate chips AND chocolate in it. Chocolate chips + chocolate = match made in heaven.
Yeah how do you become a good cook? By practicing? Sure. By going to cooking classes? Sure again.
I think one become a good cook when one showers one’s culinary with love. In short, I called it cooking with love.
The concept of experimenting with flavors was introduced by Chef Michael Smith in his Chef At Home series. I followed this series religiously for quite some time. And it is during experimenting with flavors myself that I actually felted love. Showering love to my dish. Giving them heartfelt flavors! AND you know what? I tasted love.
I remember watching a Taiwanese drama whereby this person is one lousy cook but he became very successful when he learned the art of cooking with love. I’d always thought that was sheer nonsense. How can someone pour love into his cooking and how can the food tester (or judge) taste love in a dish.