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"He so love the WORLD ... He gave His one and only son..."

Thursday, 20 December 2012

The Little Big Club

The Little Big Club


 "Hayley, is Bob the Builder here?"
"I don't know. Just watch out in case he suddenly appears!"
"But the banner says he will meet us here! I think he is already here la."

"Bob the Builder, where are you?"

"Over here!"

"Let us go very high to see if we can find Bob anywhere!"
"We are in the clouds, but yet cannot see Bob!"
"I better help to make bricks.
Bob the Builder may come to collect bricks."

We finished laying the bricks!

It is OK
I am not afraid la
It is only Thomas the Train.

Oops, my head!
How come mama can sit inside with us ?

We enjoyed this Barnie Show
"We Are A Happy Family"

Barnie the


Angelina the

We are so excited !
but daddy looks so cool...

We are ready....

Up we go!


But the best is this helicopter ride!
Can control up and down you know...

See, kung kung mama also enjoy the ride!

Cannot find Bob the Builder anywhere.
Why he never keep his promise?

We had fun today!
Thank you daddy & mummy.



Meru Valley Golf & Country Club, Ipoh

My Home

Front View

Side View

Overlooking the Golf Course....

My Garden

With patches of flowering plants & shrubs...


And, work in progress......

A Mini Rock Garden

My Orchard

And A Vegetable plot.. neighbour's :-)

Thursday, 29 November 2012


300g all purpose flour
1.5 tsp baking powder
130g castor sugar
6 egg white
1 tsp vanilla essence
120g almond nut
120g dried cranberry

1) sift flour and baking powder and leave aside
2) beat eggs and sugar until light & white, add vanilla essence
3) add flour into egg mixture in 2 or 3 additions
4) fold in fruits & nuts
5) pour into 2 small loaf pan, level lightly
6) bake in preheated oven @170'C for 35min
7) let cool on rack
8) when cooled, sliced into required thickness
9) bake for 8min on each side
10) store in air tight container

Freshly baked biscotti on the tray ( my 2nd batch)

Some like it pale as this
while others like it slightly brown 
as shown in the container above

Whichever you choose
they are all crunchy and nice

Some like it thinly sliced
while others like it thicker
both are nice if it suits your taste

Recipe adapted from eileenlee's blog