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Friday, 11-Jul-2008 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark

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PULUT MUSHROOM - resipi dr Fatimah Julia, Moscow... thanks...cuma saya seorg je yg makan nie.... nasib baik buat setgh je dr resipi asal..itupun byk oooo.....


1 kg beras pulut
air secukupnya

Bahan A:

1 sudu besar minyak bijan
2 cube stok ayam
sos tiram secukupnya
kicap pekat secukupnya
garam dan gula secukup rasa
pepper secukup rasa


2 cawan udang kering di rendam dan di tumbuk
12 pieces dried shitake mushrooms di hiris nipis setelah direndam
garam (tak bubuh pun takper kerana udang kering dah masin)
sos tiram secukup rasa


daun bawang dan cili merah


1. Masak beras pulut, guna rice cooker saja.
2. Sementara itu, stir fry bahan2 topping sehingga naik bau,
tambahkan sedikit pepper, garam dan sos tiram secukup rasa. ketepikan.
3. Bila pulut dah masak, gaulkan dgn semua bahan2 A. Secukup rasa masinnya.
4. Hidangkan dengan topping dan hiaskan dgn daun bawang dan cili merah.

Dan buat roti nie dah byk kali...krn papa dan anak2 suka dan makan dgn butter dan homemade serikaya....


Monday, 7-Jul-2008 21:16 Email | Share | | Bookmark

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1ST TIME....

2ND TIME....

CREAM CHEESE BUTTER CAKE - resipi dr Hajar fp dan Lee Lin fp, terima kasih..kita suka kek nie sampai buat 2 kali....


200 gm butter
200 gm cream cheese
250 gm gula castor
5 biji telur
250 gm tepung gandum
1 sudu teh baking powder
Sedikit jam (terserah citarasa) utk hiasan - kita tak bubuh


1. Pukul butter, cream cheese dan gula hingga sebati.
2. Masukkan telur sebiji demi sebiji hingga ringan.
3. Kaup balikkan tepung ke dalamnya hingga rata. Hiaskan dengan jam di atas kek.
4. Bakar dlm acuan 8 in dengan suhu 180'C hingga masak.



200 gm butter
200 gm cream cheese
250 gm castor sugar
5 eggs
250 gm flour
1 tsp baking powder
Jam (any flavour) for topping - I didn't put any


1. Beat butter, cream cheese dan sugar until well mixed.
2. Add in egg, one at a time and continue beating until fluffy.
3. Fold in the flour and mix well. Put jam on the top of the cake.
4. Bake in 8 inci pan at pre-heated 180c unti
l done. - it takes 45 mins for me.


Wednesday, 2-Jul-2008 10:30 Email | Share | | Bookmark

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Hari nie hari ulangtahun PAPA...tak de hadiah atau acara istimewa cuma makan malam n kita anak beranak je...Papa lebih suka mcm tu krn dia tak berapa selesa dgn sambutan hari jadi nie. eehhhmmmm hadiah hadiah..tak belipun krn if beli pun pakai duit dia jugak...

So kita masak je ....Menu kat bawah nie kita masak pada hari Isnin lepas...Menu utk hari nie akan dipostkan kemudian......

NASI TOMATO - resipi yg simple dr Kak Rinn fp


2 pot beras , dibasuh dan ditoskan.
2 biji bawang merah, dimayang
2 biji bawang putih, dimayang
1/2 cawan minyak sapi (Kalau tak ada, guna mentega aje)
2 kuntum bunga cengkih
2 kuntum bunga lawang
2 biji buah pelaga
2 inci kayu manis
Air secukupnya
3/4 cwn sos tomato
Garam secukup masin


1. Cairkan minyak sapi dalam periuk nasi di atas api. Tumis bwg merah dan putih. Masukkan
segala rempah dan tumis hingga naik bau wangi.
2. Masukkan beras dan gaul hingga rata. Tuangkan air secukupnya utk menanak nasi.
Masukkan juga sedikit garam.
3. Biarkan mendidih. Kecilkan api dan bila nasi hampir masak masukkan sos tomato
dan kacau rata. Tutup periuk dan biarkan nasi masak dengan api yg kecil.
4. Selepas 10 minit, buka tutup dan gemburkan nasi. Tutup semula dan biarkan tanak
* Jika guna rice cooker, tumiskan bahan2 di dalam periuk di atas api. Selepas dituang
air masak di dalam cooker seperti biasa.



600 g daging batang pinang (dipotong kecil)
3 camb minyak
3 camb rempah kurma
1L santan (2 biji kelapa)
1 keping asam gelugur
400 g ubi kentang }
3 biji tomato } dibelah 4
2 labu bawang besar }
2 biji cili merah } dibelah 2, jangan putus
2 biji cili hijau }

Bahan Penumis:

5 cm kulit kayu manis
2 kuntum bunga lawang
3 biji buah pelaga

Bahan Kisar:

6 biji bawang merah
3 ulas bawang putih
1 labu bawang besar
4 biji buah keras


1. Panaskan minyak, masukkan bahan penumis. Kacau 1-2 minit.
2. Bubuh pula bahan kisar, kacau sampai wangi.
3. Masukkan rempah kurma dan sedikit air. Bila terbit bau, bubuh pula daging dan kacau 3-4 minit atau hingga kering airnya.
4. Tuangkan santan dan asam gelugur. Kacau hingga menggelegak dan daging separuh empuk.
5. Bubuh pula kentang, kacau sampai daging lembut.
6. Bubuh bahan baki dan biar mendidih semula sebelum diangkat.

You have a big heart
And you're quick to forgive
Always thinking of others
And always willing to give

How lucky I am to
Have a husband like you
Someone who takes an
Interest in all that I do

You're always there
To lend an ear
I love you so much
You're such a dear


Monday, 30-Jun-2008 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark

Today is my 14th Wedding Anniversary. .......

Alhamdulillah...Thank you Allah for Your grace and blessing that giving me a happy family that would be last forever.


Below is a list of the most popular anniversaries celebrated today and what they mean, but there are others. According to one American website, the 24th anniversary is for musical instruments, the 29th for new furniture, the 42nd for improved real estate and the 44th for groceries. Well, you never know your luck…

When it comes to anniversary gift buying, our advice is to think laterally. For example, most people can't afford to buy rubies for a ruby wedding anniversary, but how about a beautiful ruby-red throw, bottles of red wine or some coloured glass or pottery?

1st anniversary: Paper

Can it really be a year ago you said 'I do'? Time flies when you're having fun…
Paper weddings have an edible tradition. If you opted for a fruit wedding cake, you can freeze the top tier and have it re-iced to eat on this day.
Don't stick to stationery for gifts on a paper theme. Name a star after your partner and present them with the certificate, or order a personal horoscope, or offer a voucher for a gift experience such as a helicopter ride over London? Tickets are, of course, paper.. so the world is your oyster! Then again, why not just pour your heart out in a love letter?

2nd anniversary: Cotton

3rd: anniversary: Leather

Keep it simple on your second wedding anniversary: spend it tucked up in crisp, fresh cotton sheets. Or splash out on a second honeymoon.
For your third, what about a leather-bound photo album or wallet with something to spend inside? Plus Jimmy Choo makes leather shoes…

4th anniversary: Linen
How about some lovely new bedlinen or cushions for your bed?

5th anniversary: Wood

In Wales, elaborately carved wooden 'lovespoons' have been given for centuries. The term 'spooning' - meaning 'romancing' - originates from this Welsh tradition. An alternative gift to each other could be a romantic vsit to a log cabin!

6th anniversary: Iron

In his famous diary, Samuel Pepys (1633-1703) writes of going home 'to be merry, it being my sixth wedding night'.
PS a tip for your sixth: a steam iron is NOT a romantic gesture!

7th anniversary: Wool

For your wool wedding, you could snuggle up in new cashmere sweaters and watch Marilyn Monroe in the Seven Year Itch.

8th anniversary: Bronze

9th anniversary: Pottery

Stylish ceramics make perfect pottery presents. On the other hand, your ninth anniversary is a good opportunity to exercise your own artistic talents. Take a trip to your local pottery café and create a personalised masterpiece for your beloved.

10th anniversary: Tin

At ten years old, your marriage is getting all grown up and hopefully, more mature. But not too mature! To celebrate a decade of togetherness, why not break out the jelly and ice cream and hold a tenth birthday party for your marital relationship? Invite your friends and family over to join in the fun.
As a gift idea, tin may not sound too promising. Fortunately, there's also a gemstone or precious metal associated with each wedding anniversary. According to this tradition, you can celebrate your first decade together with diamonds. Any excuse!

11th anniversary: Steel

12th anniversary: Silk

In Denmark, it's traditional to make a big fuss of the 12-and-a-half-year anniversary. Called a copper wedding, friends and
family build the couple half an arch made from spruce (you get the other half when you reach your 25th). The arch is decorated with flowers and lights and positioned at the door of your home. When it comes to silk, why not invest in some beautiful silk lingerie for yourself!

13th anniversary: Lace

Romantic lace is often associated with weddings. The veil made for Queen Elizabeth's 1923 wedding to George VI required 12,000 hours of work and 12million stitches. For your 13th anniversary, why not surprise your partner with a weekend trip to Bruges, home of lace-making?

14th anniversary: Ivory

Ivory comes from elephants, so if you want to follow tradition in cruelty-free style, choose the modern alternatives of opal or gold gifts instead.

15th anniversary: Crystal

If renewing your wedding vows appeals to you, your 15th anniversary - one of the first 'big' ones - could be the time to do it. You can make the service as formal or informal as you like, have a civil or religious ceremony, or fly to an exotic location to do 'I do' all over again.
Anniversary symbols vary worldwide. In some cultures, your 15th wedding anniversary, for example, is called a 'glass' wedding. Time to blow your savings on a conservatory? A greenhouse? Designer his 'n' hers specs? Combine the traditions by toasting each other with champagne in new crystal glasses.

16th anniversary: Topaz

17th anniversary: Amethyst

Why are certain materials associated with different anniversaries? As the years pass, you'll see that the materials become more durable and more valuable the longer the marriage - just like your relationship! Another theory is that they are designed to help you replace wedding gifts at the time they wear out…

18th anniversary: Garnet

You might not fancy buying each other garnets, but there's nothing wrong with taking a weekend break in the home of these red gems - Prague. If you love the idea of a city filled with gothic architecture and romance, this is the place to go.

19th anniversary: Aquamarine

Aquamarines are the colour of the sea, so what about a quick trip to the coast to celebrate your 19th anniversary? A stroll on the prom, a quick paddle and a champagne picnic on the beach can be a real tonic. As the poet EE Cummings wrote, 'It's always ourselves that we find at the sea'. An alternative could be a visit to a relaxing spa for the weekend. Continuing the water theme, fit out your bathroom with some beautiful new accessories?

20th anniversary: China

Congratulations - you've made it together through two whole decades! Invite friends and family together to help you celebrate. To mark your 20th anniversary, throw a roaring twenties fancy dress party , and Charleston the night away.
You can always add another piece to your wedding china, as it's fun to collect things over time. Prince Albert, for example, gave Queen Victoria a set of gold and porcelain jewellery bit by bit - a brooch before their wedding, a brooch and earrings for Christmas and a wreath on their fifth wedding anniversary in 1845.

21st anniversary: Brass

22nd anniversary: Copper

Brass and copper are not necessarily the most romantic of metals but use your imagination and you could make something of them. Copper-bottomed saucepans are prized by celebrity chefs, or be 'bold as brass' and take your beloved for an extreme sports experience such as bungee jumping or whitewater rafting.

23rd anniversary: Silver plate

24th anniversary: Musical instruments

This is an unusual one! Instead of an instrument, how about tickets to a concert, or a new cd for the collection?

25th anniversary: Silver

Silver weddings have a long tradition. In medieval Germany, husbands gave their wives a wreath of silver when they had been married for 25 years. 'Sylver brydells' are mentioned in an English church record of 1624, and the term 'silver feast' is attributed to the Germans in a letter to Dr Samuel Johnson in 1806.
Couples may want to buy something to special to commemorate this first major milestone in their relationship. Choose from a huge range of silver items to celebrate your 25 years together - this could be a lovely silver frame for one of your wedding photographs, or even a piece of jewellery for each of you.

26th anniversary: Original pictures

How about having your portrait painted as a special anniversary gift? A less costly option is to enlarge and frame a favourite (wedding?) photo. Otherwise, keep an eye out in local galleries and choose something that you both love.

27th anniversary: Sculpture

This anniversary gives you a great opportunity to buy a lovely sculpture - either for inside your home or for your garden. You might even decide to take a class and make something yourself!

28th anniversary: Orchids

In China, orchids symbolise nobility, friendship, elegance and perfection - making these exotic, mysterious blooms an ideal anniversary present. Bouquets of orchids or orchid plants are breathtaking. If you feel like splashing out, many orchids originate from Asia so perhaps it's time for a holiday!

29th anniversary: New furniture

30th anniversary: Pearl

Be pearly king and queen for the night with a Cockney themed party for your pearl wedding. You can feast on jellied eels and have a good old knees-up! Alternatively, keep it just the two of you and curl up in front of some classic movies from the 1930's.
In Indian mythology, pearls are said to be dewdrops from heaven that fell into the sea. These jewels represent peace, nobility and beauty, and would make a wonderful gift - but if you can't stretch to pearls, use their colour as an inspiration for a beautiful white gift, or just get romantic over a dozen oysters. Caviar is traditionally eaten with a mother of pearl spoon... I see an evening of Champagne and caviar!

31st anniversary: Timepieces

32nd anniversary: Conveyances (vehicles)

You could always purchase that long-coveted Porsche for your anniversary, but if a car isn't quite the right thing, why not just
'convey' your partner to a posh hotel to enjoy a weekend of luxury as a
32nd celebration? Or hire a limo for the night and enjoy the celebrity lifestyle.

33rd anniversary: Amethyst

The Victorians were fond of making rings with a message conveyed in the first initial of each jewel. So a ring with a Diamond, Emerald, Amethyst, Ruby, Emerald, Sapphire and Topaz on it spelt 'dearest'.

34th anniversary: Opal

35th anniversary: Coral

Jewellery is the natural choice for this anniversary gift, as coral goes so well with jade, the gemstone associated with 25 years of marriage.
Jade was once used as currency in China and is considered to be lucky. Red coral is the most valuable kind.
Alternatively, head to one of the world's great coral reefs and go for a dive together!

36th anniversary: Bone china

37th anniversary: Alabaster

Although, generally speaking, it's five- and ten-year anniversaries that are the most widely celebrated, there's no reason not to mark the date of your wedding every year. So if you want to have a big bash on your 37th or 38th - go ahead! Try an alabaster carving or sculpture, as a gift.

38th anniversary: Beryl

Beryl is a little known, colourless gemstone in it's pure form. Aquamarine is it's blue versiou and it's green is one of the most
precious gems of all - emerald.

39th anniversary: Lace

There is no traditional material for the 39th wedding anniversary but the modern lists state lace, which also marks the 13th. 26 years on, it may be time to replace that tablecloth!

40th anniversary: Ruby

Life begins at 40, and the 40th wedding anniversary is considered to be one of the most important after the 25th. Not surprisingly it's been attached to one of the world's most precious gems. Rubies are said to be rarer than diamonds - they symbolise health, wealth and wisdom and, of course, passion.
Rubies are red, so why not plant a red rose in your garden as testament to your love? Or buy some vintage bottles and invite your party guests to toast the future and the past in vintage ruby port or red wine.

41st anniversary: Land

In 1659, John Evelyn wrote in his diary about going to a 'forty-first wedding day feast', one of the earliest references to wedding
anniversaries in English literature. It looks as if all anniversaries were an excuse for a celebration back in those days - what a good idea!

42nd anniversary: Real estate

43rd anniversary: Travel

This couldn't be easier. Enjoy a day or weekend away, or head off on the holiday of your dreams!

44th anniversary: Groceries

Groceries don't sound too exciting, but they can make a great present. Just remember to avoid standard supermarket fare and go for a luxury hamper instead.

45th anniversary: Sapphire

Sapphires come in an array of colours - pink, yellow, white, green and red as well as blue. So get the shaker out and celebrate your 45th with a multi-coloured cocktail drinks party.
Use the Victorian language of flowers to let your partner know how you feel with a colourful bouquet. You could try freesias for faithfulness,
alstromeria for desire - or just a red rose, for love.

46th anniversary: Poetry

This is the perfect opportunity to be romantic - buy a poetry book, go to a poetry reading or even put pen to paper yourself.

47th anniversary: Books

Explore the literary theme for these anniversaries and take your love to Hay-on-Wye, home of the famous book festival. It's a charming, picturesque place, packed with bookshops where you'll be sure to find a volume of romantic poetry for your partner.

48th anniversary: Optical goods

49th anniversary: Luxuries

Modern wedding symbols, such as luxuries and optical goods, might not have quite the same romantic ring to them as traditional materials like silver or rubies, but you could always buy a telescope and spend your anniversary stargazing together…

50th anniversary: Gold

You've spent half a century together - what better cause for a celebration? Golden weddings have been marked for many years. In
medieval Germany, men would present their wives with a golden wreath on their 50th anniversary. This was said to symbolise harmony.
Going for gold is the obvious choice for a 50th wedding gift and you may want to use the opportunity to buy each other new wedding rings to add to your old ones. You could even have special inscriptions made inside the rings to mark the occasion.

55th anniversary: Emerald

These precious stones symbolise love and rebirth and make beautiful jewellery. You can also use green as a basis for your anniversary party and give it a Celtic theme with some traditional Irish music. Or 'go green' and give your loved one a present with an ecological slant, so the gift endures for future generations too.
Now's your chance to take a dream trip to Ireland - the Emerald Isle, in celebration of your anniversary. You could even stay in a romantic castle. If you fancy somewhere a little warmer try Sardinia's Emerald Coast.

60th anniversary: Diamond

The word 'diamond' originates from the Greek adamus, meaning unconquerable - which, if you've lasted 60 years, is the perfect epithet for your own marriage. Splash out in celebration of this fantastic event and buy a beautiful piece of diamond jewellery.
The Queen sends out congratulatory messages to British citizens at home and abroad on their 60th, 65th and 70th anniversaries, and each one thereafter.
To receive yours, you need to complete a form and send it no sooner than three weeks prior to the anniversary date to: The Anniversaries Office, Buckingham Palace, London SW1A 1AA. You can download the form from the Internet at http://www.royalinsight.gov.uk .

70th anniversary: Platinum

After 70 years together, you've earned your own platinum record. And like the metal, your marriage is strong, precious and rare.
Eternity rings are a popular anniversary present. Of course, you can buy one whenever you feel like it, but it might be an ideal gift to mark a special anniversary like the 70th.

75th anniversary: Diamond

Although the 75th is the second diamond wedding in the anniversary calendar, it was actually the first to exist - the 60th was added in 1897 when Queen Victoria celebrated her Diamond Jubilee. There's no modern symbol for a diamond wedding. Perhaps that's because nothing beats a diamond.
Diamond anniversary parties will probably include generations of family and friends and should be an event to remember. Make sure someone is on hand with the video camera to get it all on tape.

Friday, 27-Jun-2008 11:08 Email | Share | | Bookmark

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GRILLED SALMON - recipe from Allrecipes.com


* 448 g salmon fillets
* 60 ml peanut oil
* 30 ml soy sauce
* 30 ml balsamic vinegar
* 10 g thinly sliced green onion
* 7 g brown sugar
* 1 clove garlic, minced
* 1 g ground ginger - i used fresh ginger
* 2 g crushed red pepper flakes
* 3 ml sesame oil / 1/2 teaspoon sesame oil
* 0.8 g salt


1. Whisk together peanut oil, soy sauce, balsamic vinegar, green onions, garlic, brown sugar, ginger, red chili flakes, sesame oil, and salt. Place fish in a glass dish, and pour marinade over all. Cover with plastic wrap, and refrigerate for 4 to 6 hours.
2. Preheat barbecue or gas grill. I just used my grill pan.
3. Remove salmon from marinade, and place on grill pan. Grill for 10 minutes per inch of thickness, measured at thickest part, or until fish just flakes when tested with a fork. Turn halfway through cooking.


Makweku atau mak aku


Orang kata aku lahir dari perut ibu..
Bila dahaga, yang susukan aku.. ibu
Bila lapar, yang suapkan aku..ibu
Bila keseorangan, yang sentiasa di sampingku.. ibu
Kata ibu, perkataan pertama yang aku sebut.. Ma!
Bila bangun tidur, aku cari.. ibu
Bila nangis, orang pertama yang datang ..ibu
Bila nak bermanja.. aku dekati ibu
Bila nak bergesel... aku duduk sebelah ibu
Bila sedih, yang boleh memujukku hanya ibu
Bila nakal, yang memarahi aku ..ibu
Bila merajuk... yang memujukku cuma..ibu
Bila melakukan kesalahan... yang paling cepat marah..ibu
Bila takut... yang tenangkan aku.. ibu
Bila nak peluk... yang aku suka peluk..ibu

Aku selalu teringatkan ..Ibu
Bila sedih, aku mesti talipon... Ibu
Bila seronok... orang pertama aku nak beritahu...Ibu
Bila bengang.. aku suka luah pada ..Ibu
Bila takut, aku selalu panggil.. 'ibuuuuuuuuuuuuu!'
Bila sakit, orang paling risau adalah ..Ibu
Bila nak exam, orang paling sibuk juga Ibu
Bila merajuk, yang datang pujuk aku juga.. Ibu
Bila buat hal, yang marah aku dulu..Ibu
Bila ada masalah, yang paling risau.. Ibu
Yang masih peluk dan cium aku sampai hari ni.. Ibu
Yang selalu masak makanan kegemaranku.. Ibu
Yang selalu simpan dan kemaskan barang-barang aku, Ibu
Yang selalu berleter kat aku.. Ibu
Yang selalu puji aku.. Ibu
Yang selalu nasihat aku.. Ibu
Bila nak kahwin..
Orang pertama aku tunjuk dan rujuk... Ibu

Aku ada pasangan hidup sendiri
Bila seronok... aku cari pasanganku
Bila sedih... aku cari Ibu
Bila berjaya... aku ceritakan pada pasanganku
Bila gagal... aku ceritakan pada Ibu
Bila bahagia, aku peluk erat pasanganku
Bila berduka, aku peluk erat Ibuku
Bila nak bercuti... aku bawa pasanganku
Bila sibuk... aku hantar anak ke rumah Ibu
Bila sambut valentine.. Aku hadiahi bunga pada pasanganku
Bila sambut hari ibu...
aku cuma dapat ucapkan Selamat Hari Ibu
Selalu ..... aku ingat pasanganku
Selalu... Ibu ingat kat aku
Bila..bila... aku akan talipon pasanganku
Entah bila.. ...aku nak talipon Ibu
Selalu ...aku belikan hadiah untuk pasanganku
Entah bila... aku nak belikan hadiah untuk Ibuku


'Kalau kau sudah habis belajar dan bekerja... bolehkah kau kirim wang
untuk Ibu? Ibu bukan nak banyak... lima puluh ringgit sebulan pun
cukuplah'. Berderai air mata aku. Hari ini kalau Ibu mahu lima ratus
sebulan pun aku mampu. Aku boleh kirimkan. Tapi Ibu sudah tiada. Aku
tidak berkesempatan lagi.. bukan lima puluh ringgit.. lima puluh sen
pun tidak sempat aku kirimkan! Hanya yang termampu Alfatihah,
alfatihah, alfatihah.

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