Feeling arrrr ........ :-'[

This morning I felt so giddy. I'm getting giddy spells quite often lately. I guess is due to my mensus problem. Well, take it as a rest for the hectic week. Can't go
to work, so do some blogging to kill time, with giddiness still lingering around my crown. sigh ......

Some sentiments along the way ......

Back to school teaching again after 1 month of school holiday.

Well, I didn't really enjoy this sch hol as I was almost all the time invalid, staying at home or stationed at one place. All because of my irregular menstration problem. This problem has been bugging me for a long time. After seeing so many doctors, GP and professors, the problem is still lying there. Haiz .... don't know what to do with it.

Many people say that by giving birth can help to alleviate this problem. Is it true or not? I really don't know. But I do like to have a baby to spice up my life. :-) My hubby is a happy-go-lucky man, he said if I have, I have. Otherwise, it is also OK with him. In my heart, I think he is just trying to console me so that I won't be too hard on myself for not bearing him any seed for the past 2 1/2 yrs of our marriage. It's so sweet of him for not being pushy on me in this area. I heard from my friend that some hubbies do try very hard with their wives on getting babies. I think all these have to come naturally. Having said that, it is just natural for couples to want to have their own babies after enjoying a few years of "2-men's world". Babies are a joyful bundle, aren't they?


Apple Pie

Made an apple pie yesterday, using ready-made pastry crust bought from cold storage. However, I will not buy it again as it has a strong floury taste, which is not to my liking. I will do my own pastry in future. :-) Here are the pics:


Japanese Light Cheesecake

I have been wanting to bake this cake for quite some time but procrastinated until few days ago. :-* This was my first attempt and the result was quite satisfactory, tho still room for lots of improvement. I did not do the glazing well enough. Furthermore, I see other bake this kind of cake with brown top, but mine is still so pale. What's the reason behind? Anyone out there can share with me? :-/ Anyway, DH said that he liked the cake because of its light texture and was not too sweet for his liking. Here are the pictures, tho not well taken.

250g Cream Cheese, room temperature
100ml Evaporated milk
50g Sugar
30g Cornflour
3 nos. Egg, seprated

1. Preheat oven at 170*C. Lightly greased the cake pan.
2. Beat cream cheese and 3 egg yolks till soften.
3. Beat eva. milk till fluffy (in fact should be a lot of bubbles), then add corn flour, mix well.
4. Beat 3 egg whites till foamy, add in sugar gradually, then beat till soft peaks form.
5. Add step 3 to step 2, mix well.
6. Add step 4 to step 5, stir gently till egg white mixture is well combined with cream cheese mixture.
7. Pour batter into cake pan. Bake at 170*C with hot water sustaining the cake pan, for 45-60 mins.
(Steps 8 - 11 are optional)
8. You can eat like this, or you can put your favourite jam on top of it.
9. Put the jam in a sauce pan with the water on a low heat and warm up until it's melted.
10. Then spread the glaze on top of the cake.
11. If the surface becomes too dark while baking cover with a piece of tin foil, but be careful not to open the oven door until it has been in the oven for at least 20 minutes.

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