Monday, April 27, 2009

Dear Mr. PM

This is some idea how to develop a country....
Start from here...









Whatthefuck
.. I was stuck in the jam for an hour and a half when I supposed to reach office in 15mn.


For fucking 30 years and it still the same...what the....

Thursday, April 23, 2009

Humiliate

[tr.v.] -at·ed, -at·ing, -ates.

To lower the pride, dignity, or self-respect of. See synonyms at degrade.

[verb]

    To deprive of esteem, self-worth, or effectiveness: abase, degrade, demean, humble, mortify.
    Idioms:
    bring low, take down a peg. Seerespect/contempt/standing, win/lose/recovery.


Tuesday, April 21, 2009

This morning I heard a song over the radio, it went like:

There is only 1 thing, 2 do, 3 words, 4 you...
There is only 1 way, 2 say, those 3 words, that's what I'll do...
I Love You

The song made me smile for a bit...I don't know, I would feel so nice if someone say this to you... I guess that would be my pickup line *shame*

Anyway... I felt so missed and missing something or someone... which I don't know what or who...
I don't feel any excitement over the coming holiday, I just feel like drop death in the middle of the day... What happen?

.....I'm going to get some more coffee....

a very angry comment on some idiots...[Parental Advise]

Ooo my lord... how can one become a SENIOR Administration Executive when one so fucking dumb and lazy.

You* are such a fucking shit head who sit there and shape up your nails, complain about how suck is your job, complain about how suck the government is, gossip about the two who just recently dating. Have you ever think about yourself?

You call yourself a Senior AE? I doubt your qualification. You can't even handling a computer!! You know what is your job scope? If you don't know, nahhh read this...


Administration Executive:

Job Purpose

Handling administrative functions for the department.

Main Accountabilities

• Assisting in drafting and typing letters
• Organising / maintaining / handling/ filing all internal and external correspondence
• Arranging appointments, organize meetings/conferences
• Coordinating travel arrangements for staff on work matters
• Following up with staff and/or clients on reports
• Assisting in preparing reports
• Assisting/attending to all incoming calls for the department
Assisting in updating timesheets and handling of claims
• Taking department meeting minutes
• Conducting research and maintenance of clients’ profiles and proposal database
• Coordinating all the training courses and maintain a staff training records
• Maintaining scheduling record
• Handling stationery requisition, printing, binding and general logistics support




Clear enough now? Have you done any of these today? or maybe yesterday? I bet not. And you have four people to assist you... what the fuck is that!!

"Oh I've got urgent things to do lah... " blah blah blah...

Do you think others so fucking free and voluntarily to do your job?
Has it ever occur to you that....If I'm not an SAE why would I do YOUR job?

A little ideal here: If I sold you a car, it DOES NOT MAKE ME YOUR DRIVER!!!

Or is it you keep your brain in the fridge at home?
Oh wait ... you can't answer me that because you did not have any right now!

Oh no, you DO have one now, but you can't use it.
Because you such a shit head! Your brain is full of shit. Awww so poor poor thing....

HEY YOU OVERTHERE!! WOULD YOU JUST GET UP ALREADY, WHY ARE YOU KEEP SLEEPING IN THE OFFICE!!!

I hate when people who are just hired to provide such a simple service and just can't accomplish it.



Note: You* here is referred to the idiot whom I work with as an SAE! It's just work, not personal!

This baby gets me so so so so soooooooooo tipsy....
[i guess I'm so tipsy right now..]


Sunday, April 19, 2009


like pete said...purple is sexy

Simple Dinner

Ingredient

200gr of pork shoulder
spinach, washed and cut into fingers length
fresh button mushrooms, cut into 4 per piece
Chopped garlic
Crushed garlic
a pinch of salt, pepper and cornstarch (for meatball soup)
1 tbsp of light soy sauce
1 tbsp chicken stock

Direction

For Sliced Pork Soup

Sliced the pork as thin and about two fingers size.

For Meatball Soup

Chop the pork and 2 pieces of garlic till very fine. Add a pinch of salt, pepper and cornstarch.
Form the chopped meat into small meatballs and leave aside.

Soup

Bring 500ml of water into boil, add the smashed garlic, chicken stock and soy sauce.
Add the meat, leave for about two minutes. Add the mushrooms and spinach. Cook for two more minutes. Off the heat and serve while it's hot.


Sliced Pork Soup


Meatball Soup

Saturday, April 18, 2009


O.o Oh my...

Strawberry Tartlets

This post you can make 6 small tartlets or 1 medium tart. I used the medium cup for tart hehe


Ingredient

Crust
4 Graham crackers (I used digestive crackers)
1 tbsp honey
1 tbsp melt butter

Tart

2 tbsp gelatine, soaked in water
4 strawberries, washed
2 tbsp sour cream
3 tbsp cream cheese
1/4 cup of milk
1/4 cup lime juice
1 tbsp icing sugar
1 tbsp caster sugar


Direction

Crust

Mix the crackers, melt butter and honey will it is blend. Press to the bottom of the tart cups (as I mentioned, I used the medium tart cup as shown in the picture)




bake for 5 mn and set a side


Tart

Add the sour cream, cream cheese, milk, lime juice, icing sugar and remaining caster sugar in the mixer. Mix till smooth. Add in the gelatine and continue mixing.



Pour in the tart cup and chill in the refrigerator for overnight. Top with sliced strawberries.
Note: you can also fold the sliced strawberries in the cheese mixture.




Strawberries Tartlets

Thursday, April 16, 2009

Short Updates:

- I miss him.
- Sit for .NET training for a week
- Load up morning poison every 4 hours O.o"
- Some of my company's staffs are so hopeless!!
- Freaking sleepy during the training...not enough doze of morning poison.
- I still miss him.
- Feel like I'm a bitch who gave work to everyone.
- Think back, life is like that lor
- Baking a lot lately
- Having sleepless nights
- I'm very dependent to Morning Poison!!
- Like to listen to Chinese/Cantonese songs a lot lately.
- Going back home end of this month...super happy!
- *sigh* and I'm gonna miss him so much.
- Going to sleep early tonight
- Trying not to pour myself over him too much
- Wanted a Professional Camera very badly :(
- Going to buy Comic collection next two weeks XD

Strawberry Cheesecake

Ingredient

Crust
1/4 cup graham cracker crumbs (I used digestive cracker)
1 tbsp of melt butter

Cheesecake
8 ounce package cream cheese (room temperature)
1 tbsp lemon juice
1/4 cup sugar
1/2 cup heavy cream (whipped)
12 strawberries, washed

Directions:

Crust
Mix the crackers and melt butter. Press the mixture into the bottom of the baking pan and set aside.

Cheesecake
Mix the cream cheese, lemon juice and sugar.





Fold in the whipped cream.




Slice 4 of the strawberries and place on the crust. Pour the cheese mixture on top of the strawberries and crust. Topping with the rest of the strawberries.


Chill in the fridge for 6 hours (preferably overnight).
A very happy birthday to Andrew and My brother (April 15)




Strawberry Cheesecake




-____-" such expressionless...(btw, he was playing with the knight instead O.o)


Birthday boy scared of the cake!!

Wednesday, April 15, 2009








Guess what's it gonna be ;)?

This would be the Fillet and Smoke Salmon Terrine...
Don't feel like update the recipe....kinda got B- from this only...
Let me master it first XD








Next Menu: I like to surprise....

Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Sunday, April 12, 2009

Now when we talk about crepe, you would think about how tender/crispy and sweet it is. I bet you always hear about Strawberry crepe, banana crepe or cream crepe. Today I make Mushroom crepe. Little bit in salt and sauce.

Serving: 1
Preparation: 15mn
Cooking: 10mn

Ingredient
Crepe
1 large egg
Pinch of salt
2 tbsp all purpose flour
2 tbsp milk
1 tbsp butter

Filling
3 fresh button mushroom (you can add other mushrooms)
2 mushroom cocktail sausages
1 tbsp of oyster sauce
Pinch of black pepper
Pinch of corn starch
Splash of Olive oil


Direction
Crepe

Sift the flour and salt into a medium bowl. Beat in the egg, gradually add the milk, beating until smooth. Set the batter aside. Melt the butter in a crepe pan, add the batter. Swivel the pan so that the batter coats the base evenly. Cook until lighty browned, about 2 minutes. Repeat this process till the batter is cooked.

Filling

Slice the sausage and mushrooms. Heat the frying pan with olive oil, add the sausages and cook till brown color. Add the sliced mushrooms, oyster sauce and little of water and corn starch. Off the heat and add the black pepper. Pour the filling on top of the crepe. Fold the crepe into two and cut into two.





Note: I added bit of broccoli to make it bit colorful :P





Mushroom Crepe

Stay tune for the next dish: Fish Fillet and Smoke Salmon Terrine


Thursday, April 09, 2009

Got this song from a friend...kept playing again and again...love it.



伊藤由奈 / Yuna Ito - Trust You

Wednesday, April 08, 2009

It's different

I started my day with guilt because I only finished one test case last night T____T
I did not even document it *sober*.

This is how my morning went...

Section I

There was the auditors visiting at office, so I was asked to be present in the meeting by 9.00 am sharp. I went and so did the rest of selected executive staffs. The events chairman changed the schedule without informing anyone not even her PA. Therefore, we all were waiting at the boardroom to welcome the auditors but nobody shown up.

After few phone calls only we found out they changed the schedule. And there I was not really angry because it's been a culture of tremendously changes in office back then and now.


Section II

Got back to my office, my colleague told me that the training that I was registered is not applicable for foreigner. I felt little bit offended. Look, it was not just that. I was talking to the other colleague and asked him to send the contact to me; I would like to clarify. He sent to others but me. Like they would say IN YOUR FACE!! Because we are not the local and we can't do almost anything. Fine by me. I live in your country I follow your rule, fair enough.

*waiting-for-my-turn*


Section III

Being called for the auditing meeting for several times but they again were still changing the schedules and I had to walk up and down from office to the boardroom (the lift was not functioning T__T). They do not respect anyone at all, not even themselves. Goddamn it!! Can somebody teach them how to be a real professional already!!??


Section IV

Got several calls from one after anothers to troubleshoot the user problems, I almost burst out. Why can't things work out smoothly when I was not in the mood?


Consumption of the day


Hey, guess what? I did not burst out. I did not went out for a smoke or 5mn break fresh air (that's what I normally do when I'm moody) either. I did not even throw my temper at anyone. I somehow manage to calm myself almost completely (well, I was not totally but I was cool).
So proud of myself *sob*sob*

I am gonna live myself happily and healthily (if there such word) as long as I am still breathing!!

Psstttss..who am I kidding with hahahahha

Monday, April 06, 2009

This is my first time baking pastry and tarts. Quite nervous and exciting hehehe
But it's not that hard after all. Probably it required some trick or technique...but anyway, I did it alright muahaha

Ingredients
For Pastry
1 and 1/2 cups of all purpose flour
2 eggs yolk
1 egg white
175g of melt butter
2/3 cup of icing sugar

For filling
3 eggs
85g of melt butter
3 2 lemons (3 lemons is WAY too much T___T, trust me!!)
1/3 cup of sugar


Direction

For Pastry

Beat the butter and the sugar till fluffy, while beating add the eggs slowly. Finally add the flour, remember do not over mix the batter.
Chill in the fridge for 2 hours.




Pastry dough

For Filling

Zest the lemon and juice them, heat in the saucepan (DO NOT BOIL IT!!). Mix the lemon juice and add, add melted butter and sugar. Chill in the fridge till the dough pastry is ready.




Tarts mixture

Baking

Get the baking cup ready, form the dough pastry in the cup. Fill in the tart mixture and bake for 20 mn @ 180 - 200 degree.





Ready to be baked


Sit inside the oven for 20mn @ 180 degree


*ting* taaa daaaa

I don't have the baking cup for the tarts, so I used the cupcake tray... hehe not bad what. :P No burning, no sticking to the tray XD



*tearing-eyes* all look soooo good



I present to you: The Lemon Tart


Next Desserts menu: Egg Tarts XD (no more lemon for awhile...)

Sunday, April 05, 2009

Daorae Korean BBQ @ Taipan USJ

Last Monday I went to Taipan to settle some stuffs and so to have lunch there.


Taipan USJ is a busy crowded area with lots of business and lots of food offerred!!!

So we wanted to have Bak Kut Teh there, but we couldn't find the place so we ended up eating Korean BBQ... on a Monday for Lunch O.o


Daorae @ Taipan USJ


went with these fellas (included the red t-shirt fella lolz)






Beef Set


Side Dishes


We ordered two sets @_@
Notice: looks like the three fellas are gonna jump on the grill for the red meats lolz


Beef Set


came along with Steam Eggs


Korean Sushi set


Korean Style Seafood Pancake

Services: 8 over 10 Friendly and Good
Cleaness: 8 over 10
Portion: 8 over 10
Taste: 8 over 10
Price: 7 over 10
Overall: 7.8 over 10 I definately will go back... if I have chance