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Happy labour day 2012

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Pizza night

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Pizza ni sgtlah senang nak membuatnya...
1.Drive ke pasaraya tesco
2.Pergi ke bahagian frozen
3.Pilih jenis perisa yang di gemari (beef pepperoni is the best)
4.Sila bayar dan berambus secepatnya sebelum hutang kad kredit bertambah
5.Drive balik dan panaskan oven 180C
6.Tear pizza wrap,put in baking tray and bake for 30 minutes.
7.Potong dan sila makan.

Dicadangkan puasa 3 hari lepas ngap pizza yer...ataupun jgn komplen kalo seluar zip semua ketat.(ada aku kesah..)
Heh,orang buat pizza (patinpasta blog),dia nak pizza.Tapi malas ya amattt..jadi beli je yg frozen.
Bolehlah tahan untuk tekak manusia malas...(anak sapo la tu kannn)

Resepi Siakap Sweet Sour/Seabass Sweet sour

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Bahan:
1 ekor Siakap-bersih dan lumur lada putih,garam,tepung jagung dan goreng hingga masak dalam minyak yg banyak

untuk sos:
1 nos bawang besar-potong cube
3 ulas bwg putih-chopp
1 inci halia-hiris nipis
3 sudu cili kisar
2 sudu sos plum
2 sudu sos cili
2 sudu sos tomato
1 sudu sos tiram
2 sudu besar tepung jagung-campur sedikit air
1 cawan air
sedikit mix vege
50 gmcube green capsicum-tak letak pun takpe
50gmcube tomato (1 biji)
200 gm cube nenas-tak letak pun takpe
100 gm cube timun-tak letak pun takpe
1 tangkai daun bawang-potong 1/2 inci-masukkan saat akhir
2 sudu minyak masak
Garam,gula secukup rasa
   (tak letak pun takpe?baik tak masak pun takpe...)

Method:
1.Goreng ikan hingga sedikit garing/masak.KetepikanAsingkan minyak tinggal sedikit (dlm 3 sudu besar)
2.Tumis bawang,halia dan cili kisar.
3.Tunggu pecah minyak,masukkan sos tiram,sos cili/tomato dan sos plum.Masukkan air.
4.Masukkan capsicam,mix vege,tomato,nenas,timun dan didihkan.
5.Masukkan  tepung jagung yg dah di…

Resepi Sizzling Claypot Yee Mee

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Resepi ni amik dari internet gak,cuma alter pape yang patut.
Mee ni mee sizzling yg kita selalu ngidam kat Foodcourt tu.Bagi yg malas,guna je kicap biasa tuh,instead guna kicap cair,kicap pekat dan segala spesies kicap.

Resepi untuk 3,4 orang
Bahan:
400 gm yee mee-agak-agak pun ok,dalam 2 keping dry mee
500 gm ayam (nak sekali tulang dia)-potong kecik
4 sudu besar sos tiram
3 sudu kicap biasa
Cendawan shitake kering-rendam dan toskan
4 titik minyak bijan
5 sudu tepung jagung-campur dgn sedikit air
2 nos pak choy
1 sudu lada putih/hitam
4 cawan air

Bahan tumis:
2 biji cili kering-potong sedikit
1 inci halia-potong nipis
2 sudu minyak masak
3 ulas bawang putih-peel dan ketuk

Garam,gula,secukup rasa

Kekdah:

1.Panaskan minyak,tumis bawang putih,halia dan cili kering
2.Masukkan ayam dan tunggu agak garing.
3.Masukkan air dan didihkan.Masukkan sos tiram,kicap,lada dan cendawan.
4.Masukkan minyak bijan,perasa,garam dan didihkan.
5.Pekatkan dengan tepung jagung dan didihkan perlahan dalam 30…

Resepi Paprik Campur

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Ok,resepi ni sangatlah senang.
Aku menggunakan tom yam cube,jadi dah ada rasa masam dan dah rasa ala-ala Thai  kan.Yang resepi lain sikit dari biasa,sb aku tambah tom yam cube.Warna pun tak merah sebab tak pedas.Kalo nak pedas,tambah sikit cili kisar.

Bahan-bahan:
300 gm ayam-potong kecik
200 gm sotong-bersihkan dan potong ring
300 gm kupang-ni akan menambah kemanisan paprik,takde pun takpe ganti udang pun ok
100 gm carrot-potong julienne
100 gm brokoli-potong suka hati
1 ulas bawang besar-potong wedges
2 ulas bawang putih-kupas dan ketuk
1 btg serai-ketuk
sedikit halia
2 sudu cili kisar
1 cube tom yam paste
2 sudu kicap tiram aka oyster sauce
2 sudu sos cili
1 batang serai-hiris nipis
1 biji tomato
4 biji cili api-ketuk
2 sudu besar Minyak masak
Garam-ikut lidah
Gula- agak-agak
Daun limau purut dan jus limau sebiji (kalo nak..)
Nak tambah jagung muda,cendawan dan sayur lain,boleh je alter

(hoih,kata senang apesal byk gila bahan nih?)

Kekdahnya:
1.Panaskan minyak dan tumis segala je…

Lonely Quotes 2

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"Pray that your loneliness may spur you into finding something to live for, great enough to die for." ~Dag Hammarskjold

"Language..has created the word "loneliness" to express the pain of being alone. And it has created the word "solitude" to express the glory of being alone. "
~Paul Tillich

"People drain me, even the closest of friends, and I find loneliness to be the best state in the union to live in."
~Margaret Cho

"Solitude: a sweet absence of looks."
~Milan Kundera

"When you close your doors, and make darkness within, remember never to say that you are alone, for you are not alone; nay, God is within, and your genius is within. And what need have they of light to see what you are doing?"
~Epictetus

"A man in a bookstore buys a book on loneliness and every woman in the store hits on him. A woman buys a book on loneliness and the store clears out."
~Doug Coupland
"Writing is an antidote for lonelin…

Solitude

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Just when does solitude turn into loneliness? In my life, "solitude" has always been a positive word, while "loneliness" has been a word that has described some of the most painful feelings I've ever felt. I can't begin to count the number of days that loneliness and a sense of isolation have developed into severe depression, and to be honest, I don't want to count them or even think about them much. They're in the past now, and I sincerely hope that they're not a part of my future. I can't know this, but I certainly can hope.

Solitude signifies being on one's own with one's own thoughts. For many people, this is a healthy, desirable state in which to be--it's relaxing, refreshing, rejuvenating. It allows us to check our perspective, to practice introspection so that we may clarify ideas and thoughts. Being on our own, away from the input of other people's ideas, gives us the opportunity to come into closer contact with who …

Loneliness

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I consider myself an expert on loneliness, though I don't say that with pride or satisfaction. That's just the way things have been for me. Our family moved around constantly while I was young, so I spent a lot of time by myself when I wished I was with others. Both tendencies followed me into my adult years--moving a lot and spending a lot of time alone--so I've had plenty of time to feel loneliness, ponder loneliness, and learn to dislike loneliness a great deal.

I don't regret those times at all. Through loneliness I've learned the beauty and wealth and necessity of solitude, and I've learned to be able to do many things on my own that many people would love to be able to do. I'm not bothered at all by sitting alone at a table in a crowded restaurant, and I'm not afraid to leave a negative situation just because I might be alone. I never allowed myself to be dragged into a negative relationship just because I was afraid of being alone. I never dread…

Close Comfort

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Eric and Lauren Wendlandt painted the walls and ceiling a variety of pale, cool colors—putty, seafoam, and glass green—to give the impression of airiness. A traditional boxy TV would loom like a zeppelin in Eric and Lauren's living room—unlike the worth-every-penny flat-screen.

To take advantage of the area under the mantel—and eliminate the need for freestanding bookcases and a bar cart—the couple designed craftsman-style built-ins that look original to the house.
A hard-working bench not only provides a tremendous amount of storage, it also offers seating for up to four guests. (When friends and family come calling, the coffee-table tomes laid out on its surface get stashed below.) "We try to multifunction everything," Lauren says.


She and Eric resisted the urge to fill a tiny room with lots of little furniture: One big piece, like the sofa-and-chaise combo, creates a room-within-a-room feel.
In the dining room, the cord of a pendant lamp retracts so that during partie…

Elizbeth Fiore's Apartment makeover

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One Hour, One Day, One Weekend

Lance Boyd took an apartment that already had style and showed its owner, Elizabeth Fiore, how to make it really shine.
Elizabeth Fiore's one-bedroom Manhattan apartment has many qualities almost any homeowner would covet, including high ceilings, huge windows, lovely views, and loads of architectural details. And because Elizabeth is an art advisor who has filled her home with dynamic paintings and fashionable yet functional furniture, her place wasn't in desperate need of a makeover.
Still, Elizabeth thought a design expert—someone with a skilled eye—could help her make the most of what she already had in her apartment. See how stylist Lance Boyd took an apartment that already had style and showed its owner how to make it really shine—in as little as one hour, one day, or one weekend.











Read more: http://www.oprah.com/home/One-Hour-One-Day-One-Weekend#ixzz1tDStF5L7

Nate's Country Home Makeover

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Drowning in dried flowers, a California couple living in the country is trapped in cutesy clutter. See how designer Nate Berkus takes their home from covered wagon country to California chic.

~The Oprah Winfrey Show
August 19, 2009

Margie and John have cows in their backyard, but that doesn't mean they should have stuffed ones inside. "Country decorating, if somebody loves it, great, go for it. But what happens is people get stuck in a rut," Nate says. "You don't even know if you like it and you just keep going in that direction."


Before makeover

 After..







Read more: http://www.oprah.com/home/Nates-Country-Makeover#ixzz1tDFRTXdR