Sunday, August 28, 2011

5-minute unbaked cheese cake

The bottom (biscuit base) :
Digestive biscuit

The top (filling) :
Whipping cream - 200ml*
Condensed milk (Evaporated creamer) - 200ml*
Lemon juice - half a fresh lemon*

*could be adjusted for your liking.

a) For the bottom (biscuit base) :

1. Pour milk in a plate. soak digestive biscuits in milk. Not until too soft.
2. Arrange the biscuits piece by piece in a springform pan until they cover the whole bottom. Not to smash them.

b) For the top (filling) :


1. Mix together whipping cream and condensed milk until they are completely amalgamated.
2. Add lemon juice into the cream mixture. Lightly whip until thicken.

3. Pour filling in the ready springform pan (a).
4. Refrigerate it for at least 2 hours.

dada~ the final outcome. unfreeze it for a few minutes and it is ready to be served~

you got me right. No cream cheese is needed ! and guess what? it tastes as delicious as the 'real' frozen cheese cake. No need to bake! no need eggs or gelatine to curdle the cream mixture. yup, yup, lemon juice is playing the important role in this part. It is some kind of chemical reaction between protein of the cream with the acidic substance like lemon juice here. And most importantly, it takes like about 5 minutes to get everything done. Easy to the max. Hope you enjoy it :)

Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Tokyo street | Pavilion

Perhaps Tokyo street is now one the hottest attractions in Pavilion.
It is located at the original place of an artistic furniture shop and art gallery at level 6. 
It was a Saturday, we went to pavilion after my tiring tests. Thanks dear for waiting me for more than 3 hours alone. and he actually bought me a lovely lunch while he was waiting. He is such a caring bf (>///<)b ..who is always beside me when I am down~

again my bulky cam was not with me. 3GS was playing the important role to take all these pic.
and i used 美图秀秀, the awesome app to edit the pic.
Japanese style effect was applied to create the beautiful mood of the Japanese street. :)

Tokyo street :)

Oreo chocolate + pop eggs from Ochado.
I don't really like ice blended. It had too much of ice which was not well blended.
But pop eggs are something interesting. They simply look like the normal pearls in bubble tea but they are not chewy. They pop and burst with sweet coffee liquid when bites just like eating roes.

The Loaf opened a shop here selling Oyaki, a kind of Japanese bun. RM2.90 each.

Sweet oyaki, Green tea and choc banana.

Green tea oyaki
The bun is so soft and it is fully filled with green tea cream. 

Japanese curry oyaki
crispy skin + delicious curry fillings. Dear said it tastes like curry puff. =3=

I was quite surprise to find this well-known Ramen chain in Tokyo street,

Spicy Miso Ramen. (non halal)
it looks simple but tastes awesome~ 
probably the best ramen I have ever had. the soup is yummy to the last spoonful. 

salmon+roes rice
simple yet so delicious. but their ramen is still the best.

I love the concept of Tokyo street :) 

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Thursday, August 11, 2011

The Street Cafe | Sunway Pyramid

We stopped at The Street Cafe while we were loitering around Asian Avenue at Sunway Pyramid. Yay, another Korean food post :) I'm really lazy to bring my bulky camera out recently, so pls be expected to see more pic taken by using my 3GS.

This little Korean corner is selling Korean street food which is located right opposite to Gasoline.

Some unique Korean drinks. A bottle of plum juice n a can of pear juice :) RM4.90 each.

Beautiful pic :P

The plum juice is slightly too sour whereas the pear juice tastes like aloe vera juice.

Kimchi, I never like it.

It looks like sweet and sour but it tastes totally different. I couldn't describe the taste.. However, it is nothing special.

Crispy chicken and Korean rice cakes in spicy sauce. The fried chicken is super duper crispy which has given a high contrast of texture to the chewy rice cakes. :) the sauce is kinda spicy.

Lastly, as usual, the post is ended by a pic of my big head dear :3

See ya :)
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Monday, August 8, 2011

A Date with ah Dear

It was a random date with ah dear at the end of May. Mid Valley and The Garden were not my favorite shopping malls during my university life. But, we go there quite often recently after graduation. We were just loitering around the two malls and we saw a newly opened (as we had never seen it before) bubble tea shop, named Gong Cha at The Garden mall. I think bubble tea is the latest trend in Malaysia huh..

Gong Cha, whose bubble tea is nicer than chatime. Chatime is overrated. 
I simply love rich and creamy milk tea. However, nothing beats the one I had in Taipei (will be posted up soon) .

Read the 3 ways of enjoying its signature milk tea.

after stirring the milk tea, it is milky and very creamy :)
the richness of the fresh milk foam blended well with the tea is simply awesome~

one for me, one for dear :)

hey, who is this malay girl (=3=)zzz ignore it

aah hmm, how about our lunch? korean food~ yay, it was my first attempt to Korean food!

Ko Hyang, a Korean restaurant located opposite to Ding Tai Fung. They serve delicious korean food with reasonable price.

korean side dishes 

the bean sprouts soup is simple yet tasty

seafood soup, not bad

stir fried squid in spicy sauce, it is quite spicy. this dish goes pretty well with the soup.

last but not least, my funny dear, head big big :P


Saturday, August 6, 2011

Perth 7 - Caversham Wildlife Park

We were departing from Morley bus station. Call to ask for the bus number to get there.
once we arrived at the main entrance, we saw this sign board.. yea, call them to get a transport to the wildlife park.. it is quite far to walk from the main gate to the park..

welcome to Caversham Wildlife Park
$22 per person, we got a map and shows schedule before we entered
check out their attractions (I simply copied from their website lah):

Meet The Koalas 
Daily Viewing 10.00am to 4.30pm

Feed The Kangaroos 
Daily Viewing 9.00am to 5.30pm
    Meet The Wombat & Friends Show 
Daily Shows, 2.00pm & 3.45pm

    Molly's Farm 
Daily Viewing 9.00am to 4.30pm

Farm Show 
Daily Shows 10.00am, 1.00pm & 3.00pm

Animal Presentations
Weekends, Public Holidays and School Holidays
We missed out the Farm Show. We just went to Molly's Farm. It is a farm yard where llama camel, bunny, ostrich emu, pony horse donkey, cattle, goat sheep, deer, piggy, chicken and many more.. can be found here.

bottle feeding


when i was shooting this photo i felt that someone is pulling my hair.. I turned around and saw a goat standing beside me.. what do you think? he must had thought that my dry and messy hair is the dry grass!=3=

lovely feeding


giant spider

Meet The Wombat & Friends Show
blue tongue lizard with its kissable lips

wombat !! haha~ chubby hor~

Golden brushtail possum

mum was so happy with the cute Goldie


other wildlife

beautiful fur

cute kangaroo
they approached and begged for food. kangaroos are quite gentle ..

lazy bug

 different type


they are too cute! can anybody tell me their name?

and finally, save the best for last..

here is the baby! koala~
koala is not a bear! it could only be touched softly with the back of the palm.. lovely~

ta. till next :)