These are my newly designed Furniture. I've designed the shoe-shaped shelf and cushion on June, and sketched it out today. The table and chair one is an inspiration of my classmate and I've designed it later. I want to prove it here, as there are dates and times in Blogger, I don't wish my design got copied or blamed by any one. So this is my original design.
My friend inspired from the wine from the bottle and into the wine glass.
It produces a splashing effect.
And I designed something like that.
I inspired by shoes around me. I can see ladies nowadays, loves to wear high heels.
In Cinderella, glass high heels are ladies' favourites. So I designed this for Ladies.
Its a symbol of a rich and stylish lady in the latest 21st century.
I hope this design can bring out some happiness and fulfill their desires of high heels.
+ Fried Sausage Bread +
Sunday, July 8, 2012
Scrolled down along my Facebook and found a recipe about this. So I tried this. It was very delicious. My brother ate one. Mum was wanting to eat a small piece but she finished one away as it's too nice. :P
Ingredients : Breads (White surface only), Sausages (I've used black pepper, but its all up to you), Cheese (If you want, Optional)
1. Cook the sausages for 1 minute.
2. Put one sausage on a piece of bread, one by one, and warp it. *If you want cheese, put between them*
3. Fry them for around 10 minutes, as long it's yellowish color.
I've cooked this veggie by steaming it. What we Chinese called it as 'Lou Shun'. Before I cook, mum never cook with this veggie at all until an aunt gave her a lot of this veggie. So I grabbed some and cooked myself. On the first time, I didn't know that there are 'silks' around the veggie especially on the bottom. The second time I cooked this veggie successfully. Here's my recipe. Its simple and easy :)
Main ingredients : 'Lou Shun'
Minors : Garlic
Sauces : Oyster Oil, Cooking Oil (To make the dish's appearance better)
(I usually cook with olive oil. Well, it's healthy and taste much better. Of course, its a recommendation. Some complaint that its quite expensive. Common cooking oil will do)
1. Pluck the veggie bits by bits. One bit will be around a little finger's length. Pluck it until its hard on the bottom of the veggie.
2. Wash them a little while will do. You may soak them for a while.
3. Steam water for 5 minutes.
4. While waiting, mince garlic and add 2 teaspoons of oyster oil and 1-2 cooking oil. Mix with the veggie.
5. Place the dish on a support or stand in the wok.
6. Steam it for 10 minutes.