Thursday, April 19, 2012

Mango Orange Lassi

I've always wanted to make lassi. And finally, I made lassi with mango and orange. Felt really refreshed after having it. It's a recipe made by me after browsing through so many lassi recipes. Try it and enjoy it.... it's a simple and healthy brekfast too.









Ingredients:

1. One ripe mango (cut into small pieces)
2. One orange (cut into small pieces)
3. 1 cup of plain yogurt
4. 1 cup of fresh milk
5. 4 teaspoons of soft brown sugar

Method:

1. Just blend all the ingredients and it's ready. 
2. Enjoy every sip of this mango orange lassi. Serves 3.



I've sent my recipe to Bon Vivant - Breakfast Ideas, Let's Party - Breakfast hosted by Divya's Culinary Journey and started by Surabhi Nayak's My Cook Book,  and Spotlight: Healthy Breakfast Ideas by Cuisine Delights







Friday, April 13, 2012

Happy Tamil New Year

இனிய புத்தாண்டு நல்வாழ்த்துகள் . To all Tamilar all over the world, I would like to wish you all a Happy Tamil New Year. Wishing all of you plenty of happiness, wealth, wisdom and good health.

It has been 5114 since we built our civilisation, so let us maintain our true culture and good habits thought by our ancestors and always be an example to other races. And don't forget our brothers and sister who are fighting for their freedom, let us pray for them and their freedom.

Puthandu Valthukkal everyone.... ^_^

Thursday, April 12, 2012

Rich Dad Poor Dad - Robert T.Kiyosaki

Recently I have been reading a book about money. It's called Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert T.Kiyosaki. I've been looking for this book before this in bookstores but I failed to get a copy of it. 

Three days ago, I was looking around my mini  library at home and to my surprise, I found Rich Dad Poor Dad. Someone at home has been read this book years ago. I am late. Well, I think anyone should get a copy and read this because:

1. I thought that all this while I was rich, but actually I'm very poor!! -.-'

2. It's something you should read and pass the knowledge down to your children, grand children and your great grand children.

3. I learned the difference between asset and liability. I realised my home was in the liability category. Assets puts money in your pocket. Now I'm really worried and regret I didn't read this book earlier.

4. This book teaches you a lot about how to manage your money that you will never learn in school.

5. And the most important thing is, we have to make money work for us instead of working for money. But of course you must first understand clearly how to do it. Not just invest in everything without knowing what it is.

6. I realised all this while I have been working for my employer and my bank (my bank!!!!)without realising it.

I'm still reading this book and the truth hurts and I just want to get out of this 'Rat Race' ASAP!!!



Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Can You Keep A Secret - Sophie Kinsella

Another masterpiece from Sophie Kinsella. After I read her 'I've Got Your Number', I thought I should just get all her books. It will be a collection. She's just write my kind of books. Hillarious...that's what I want.

So back to this book I recently bought, it's again really hilarious and once you start reading the first page, you never want to stop for a break. You will want to read it till the last page. It's addictive!!!

This book is about Emma Corrigan, who spills her deepest secrets, secrets that you wont want to share with just about anyone on earth, even your dog but she accidentally told all this secret to a man she travelled with on a plane, because she thought the plane was going to crash. It turns out that the man is her company CEO and so...the adventure starts when Emma went to work the next Monday.

It's a must read storybook because when I read each line I can feel how Emma Corrigan felt when her secrets were revealed on national television. That embarrassing humiliating feeling. So go get yours if you haven't read it!! It's worth it.... ^_^.





Thursday, April 5, 2012

I Feel Like Poking The Peeking Eye!

I am really annoyed. I kind of saw someone peeking through that slight opening in my cubicle's partition! And that person just pretended to walk around when that person saw me looking at that person....peeking!!

Don't that person knows something called M-A-N-N-E-R-S. Why do you have to hide and peek to see what I was doing? Why don't just come in front of me and ask me what I am doing. Like I won't tell you or like you can't see what I'm doing if you're standing in front of me.

I feel like puking. That's so disgusting!!!! What a horrible attitude for some one of that age (someone elder than me) or someone with a higher ranking to do such a..... horrid thing!! Ewwww...... I hate when people peek at me...or stand behind my cubicle and silently watch me. Like.... you know, a serial killer watching when to strike his victim.

It's uncomfortable and scary. I think I'm going to sellotape that opening. So that this horrible people won't peek at me ANYMORE!!! Annnndddd I feel like poking the peeking eye!



 

Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Chicken Soup

Chicken Soup for the soul. The soul that's going to move to a new town soon. It's April already!!! (T_T) I have about 3 or 4 weeks before I move to a new town. I'm so gonna miss Klang. My lovely hometown..... KLANG!!!

I'm gonna miss my neighbourhood. This peaceful place where you can't find it anywhere on earth. I mean, of course you can but to me..... I really love this place. It's so botanical here!! Will miss my lovely room and the best place where I get most of my ideas, my bed!! Hehe....so comfy.

So I made chicken soup to console myself. Chicken soup for the sad soul. But to the new town, see you soon. Lot's to explore and experience.

This soup is a recipe from BABA's soup mixture. I tried and it's quite tasty. More like Indian soup. ^_^


ohww.....even the bread looks sad!!



Chicken Soup for the Soul!!!