A day at Marina Barrage.
A day at Marina Barrage.
If there’s one iphone app camera app that anyone and everyone should have, it’s snapseed. Really cool app. (or so i just discovered after having it in my phone for the longest time).
It’s really unlike all the other apps – instagram, path, phototreats, lemecam etc – has really cool functions that can correct most parts of a bad picture.
Notice that the foreground has brighten quite a fair bit to match the exposure of the background, which is what most apps cant do. Need i say more? 🙂
Year 2012. We’ve all grown into young adults! 🙂
It’s always funny to look back at old photos cause some of us may look funny, or we might have been wearing funny outfits at some point in time etc.
Tclub has definitely grown too! And the size of our cameras grew with us. 🙂
When we were still young and cameras were still expensive.
As we grew older and our friends dwindled..
And then.. we’ve expanded again! So yayy to Tclub!
hmm.. we didnt take any group pictures in 2007 & 2008. And for the benefit of everyone, we were all fat during 2010. So no pictures 🙂
Ingredients for Cheesecake:
10 pcs digestive biscuit
250ml cream cheese (room temperature)
150ml thickened cream (35% butter fat)
50g caster sugar
1 1/2 tps gelatin
30ml hot water
1 tbs fresh lemon juice
Ingredients for Blueberry topping:
100g caster sugar
1tbs starch (potato or corn is fine)
2tbs fresh lemon juice
1) Crush biscuit and mix with softened butter. Line base with biscuit mixture. Refrigerate for 30mins.
2) Mix cream cheese and sugar until smooth. Mix in thicken cream.
3) Dissolve gelatin in hot water and mix into cream cheese mixture.
4) Mix in lemon juice and pour into biscuit base. Put in freezer for 4 hours.
5) Mix all ingredients for blueberry topping together on low heat for 5 minutes or until thickened. Chill.
6) Pour chilled blueberry topping and serve.
*no pictures because it was simply too delicious and I forgot to take a picture before devouring it. 😉
These pictures have been sitting in my harddisk for quite some time due to my busy busy schedules. The pictures were taken at the Lone Pine Sanctuary and during the RiverFire Festival at Southbanks using my trusty little Ixus 100.
SYDNEY : British celebrity chef Jamie Oliver is bringing his battle against obesity to Australia, setting up his “Ministry of Food” in the Queensland town of Ipswich, he announced Monday.
“Australia for me is a country full of open-minded cooking, incredible produce, some of the best chefs in the world,” Oliver said in a video message.
“And yet, even though there are cooking shows all over TV, there is this massive health epidemic related to food.”
Ipswich, close to the east coast city of Brisbane, will host a food cooking centre which will provide classes and demonstrations designed to give residents tips on “how to make beautiful, tasty quick meals”, Oliver said.
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Jamie Oliver is coming to Ipswich!! Soon. And I’m returning back to Singapore. Soon. What a bummer. I would really love to watch him cook live, and would like to learn some things from him. Missing George and Gary’s Good Food Show was one thing. Not to mention that I missed Peter Evans too. He’s such a cute chef. Now its Jamie Oliver. Double triple Boo.
I chanced upon this video on youtube about how every product we use are filled with harmful chemicals and toxins and how we, as consumers should be more informed about the products that we are consuming. So here we go. (=