Saturday, July 23, 2011


While I was about to reach my pre-heated had accidentally touched my right lower arm. So careless me! :(

The blister was not that big so I only applied some Drapolene cream...thinking that it wasn't severe. But last night...while I was sleeping *half-conscious* I scratched the burnt area...and auchhh....the feeling was horrible! Just imagine...the blister was scratched open and the burnt area was bare....

It felt painful...especially when that area touched my cloth. So I applied some Gamat Jelly as I know this jelly has all the beneficial agents that can help in the healing process of any wounds.

I am still taking this Gamat Jelly from Luxor as my supplement beside the Omega capsules.

I hope I will have a speedy healing process....just wait and see....I will soon share the result.

Habibati's Jelly Project

Habibati loves jelly very much. Yesterday, I assisted her to make her own jelly with strawberry flavour.

The instant jelly powder and the jelly moulds.

Habibati poured a half cup of sugar.

Then, she poured out the jelly powder.

She added 700ml water. She stirred the mixture well and then I heated the mixture on the medium heat until the mixture a bit thickened.

We waited for the jelly mixture to cool down for 3 minutes.

Habibati then poured the jelly mixture into the moulds. I was very glad that she could carefully do her job well.We keep the moulded jelly in the fridge for 10 minutes...........but she just couldn't wait any longer that she kept on opening and closing the door of the fridge!


The lovely jelly that she had made with love.... (",)....

Thursday, July 14, 2011

His Majesty's 65th Birthday Anniversary

Our caring and charismatic monarch
~ Daulat Kebawah Duli Tuan Patik~

Blog Guest By CathJ

I am very much challenged to join this session....but still I have the courage to share something from my kitchen. I hope this post works out well. So..humbly, I am sharing this recipe of mine....and I hope you will have a try on this recipe (^^,)

I was actually drooling for spaghetti after blog-hopping Cath-J 's blog...but too bad....there was no minced beef in the freezer :(. Then, I had an create a simple recipe...instead of using some minced beef I used only some eggs and milk.

The steps:

Heat the olive oil and then fry the crushed garlic cloves until fragrant. Then put in the sliced sausages and fry them until a bit brown. After that pop in the preboiled egg pasta and the premixed eggs and milk. Add in some salt and pepper to taste. Mix well and lastly serve on a plate....pour the preheated baked beans on top of the pasta. Sprinkle with some English herbs, garlic powder and Parmesan cheese. Happy pasta'ing...

My hubby and the kids love the pasta....happy me (^^,)

Our baby brother is back...

Jimmy, my youngest brother is coming back to Brunei for his long semester break. We are awfully missing him and thank goodness that he will be here with us during the Ramadhan and then together will be celebrating Hari Raya. Furthermore...he will still be here to celebrate his birthday in September before going back to UK.

Of course we are not expecting anything from him...all we want is just him in a whole...healthy and happy to be back with us. However, he managed to present us with some gifts...thank you dear.
He bought loads of M&S biscuits and cookies....but this one is ultimately irresistible ....(^_^)....helooo...remember the blood sugar!These are for our hero....Habibi's wish is granted at last....resulting hubby and I to have an extra job to pick up the darts!

Wednesday, July 13, 2011

My ScienceTeam

The certificate presentation was held recently and I had the chance to meet up my team members back. We were among those who were selected become the facilitators for the SPN21 Year 6 Science which was held in February and March this year.
We are very thankful to CDD for having a faith in us to facilitate the workshops for the Science teachers in Brunei.

Furthermore...we are very lucky to have Miss Jessica Shak (seated 2nd from the right) as our supportive and friendly mentor.
My dedicated team members.......mind those back liners...haha..

All Time Fav...

Some people call this 'jemput pisang' & 'cekodok pisang'...but no matter what the names remains very popular especially when we have them for the afternoon tea. I made this traditional kueh according to my taste without any specific measurement. I add the flour, milk powder, water, a pinch of salt and of course the over-ripe bananas! One thing to remember.....enjoy this kueh while they are still warm....but not while they are hot...or you will burn your tongue! (';^)

Oh ya...are you familiar with this traditional kueh too?

It's called 'kueh lidah' but this one is very different for the normal kueh lidah. Innovatively, each one is covered with cocoa powder. I love the taste....not very sweet. Too bad...I can't find this is coming all the way form Sabah, Malaysia. So...I keep the box and will sure buy some when we go to Sabah this December, Insya Allah.

Tuesday, July 12, 2011

CathJ's Recipe

This is Cathj 's recipe that I tried few weeks ago.....due to the hectic timetable I only have time to share this one now.

My comment ~ Fabulous! We only had only one dish of this with the rice for our's a balanced recipe...we need no side dish anymore! (^^,) Thank dear CathJ for sharing this healthy recipe....

Monday, July 4, 2011

This is Her.. dear buddies. Thank you for your visits....with curiosity of course! .....(^^,).....

Here 'she' is.....

....'she' can also be considered as our new baby. I do wish for a luxurious car but I have to 'ukur baju kat badan sendiri' so only this that I can afford so far....(^_^)....syukur alhamdullilah di atas segala nikmat rezekiMu Ya Illahi...

For those who have guessed that I am's a prayer for me too. Beside that, I am actually amazed by Uncle Lee who has actually made a right guess....what a great instinct you have Uncle!