Snapshots of Life;

Monday, 15 April 2013


Went to Savour at Pit Building on Saturday. According to its website, it's a unique annual gourmet festival in Singapore showcasing only the very best food and drinks. Went there in the morning/noon with Mum and sissy first because Daddy was working.

Sissy's arm and her beautiful wristband from Scape

#ootd yeaaaaa

Had to use Savour dollars to buy stuff, but there's NETS payment in the Jason's Market area and many counters to exchange SGD for the dollars. Because mum had the dinner tickets, we were allowed inside for the whole day. Each dinner ticket cost $65 and it comes with 30savourdollars and so we had 120savourdollars. Because the dollars only come in denomination of two and the material is paper, it gets wet easily so it sticks to one another so was a little troublesome counting the dollars during payment.

Went to walk around Jason's because the weather was extremely hot and humid (what's new?) then went over to the next door called the Gourmet section and we had beef/mutton kebab. It came with a free drink so we got sparkling peach and it comes in a pretty glass bottle. I think I broke it when I threw it into the bin whoops;

Loving my hair colour here ^^ 
Headed upstairs for the Baking section to see-see-look-look and ended up queuing for the Pie Baking class at the baking studio. Sissy saw her senior working there and we shamelessly asked him to come over to ask him for his name to confirm if it's really him. Sissy and him chatted for awhile and then things started getting awkward after they ran out of things to talk HAHAH. Was eyeing on the table with pink mixer for very long and being thick skinned, I asked the person in-charge if we could get that table, and he said YES.

So this Australian chef taught us how to make pie crust and we even got hard copy recipe of it so we don't have to memorise. Thumbs up for the organisers (Y)

Sidetrack; Pretty mixers they were selling

Then the next class was Macaron making class by Chef Michael Liu! Was quite blur throughout but thank God I met Aunt Lynn and the other Couple, Wei Xin and Lester, and they were good at baking so I just had to follow their instructions.

Pardon the quality because the recipe was on a tv screen

Mine's the tiny ones one the 2nd row

8 minutes in the oven and less than 150°C and poof! 
Chef made caramel and chocolate fillings for us, ultra sedup la sial. There was a recipe but I think Weixin forgotten about me, even though I have the same name as her mother, because she didn't whatsapp me ):

Looking super cui after the everything; 

Daddy came to join us at about 6.30pm when our class ended and we went upstairs to Jasons for dinner and grocery shopping ^^

There's this bbq station where they grill your lamb/beef on the spot!



Meh meh 

Daddy was sooooo happy serious. The photos are kinda fake. If only I could capture the moment when he was smiling and literally bouncing while walking back to the table

Spent around $150 on grocery shopping. Heard of cheese hotdog? We bought pineapple hotdogs! Yes you didn't read that wrongly it's PINEAPPLE because cheese is too mainstream. Got salami, bacon, chips etcetcetc. & my sis and dad bought this cheddar with cracked black pepper for $9.90. They really siao too rich already.

Great time spent with the family. Anywhere is good as long as we are together (':
More random pictures coming up~

Pretty Singapore Flyer (: 

They got very nice XO Durian soybean! 


Went to church early on Sunday to practice for FFW. For some reason I was feeling extremely happy I don't know why but it was a good thing. The worship team, especially Kai, was quite worried about today's worship session because we decided to change the sequence a little. I was praying so hard throughout FFW that God will come and meet the youths and they will have the wisdom to comprehend today's super abstract message. Extremely thankful for Ken that he simplified the message so much that it was so easy to understand as compared to what we heard from Rev Lek on Friday night. So happy for the number of youths that responded to God's call; The whole front row was crowded. I was crying so hard while praying for my 2 girls, Vic and Eunice. Even though the program overran again, but it wasn't like the usual where everyone left when their parents came upstairs to fetch them (':

Thank You God; You Are So Real. 

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