Saturday, June 1, 2013

Indulging in Foret Noire

At the request of my cousin Jennifer, I baked a black forest cake for my aunt's birthday celebration. I have not baked this cake since my aunt's birthday last year. She loved black forest cake. It's one of my favourites too. According to my cousins Jennifer and her sister, Florence, the cake was scrumptious and well received by young and old. Jennifer has asked me to bake one for her father's celebration in June.

Singapore Memory Project

Have you heard of the Singapore Memory Project? To be honest, I have not until I received a comment on one of my posts. It was actually an invitation to be part of the Singapore Memory Project. It is a national initiative to collect, preserve and provide access to Singapore's culture and heritage. It aims to build a national collection of content in diverse formats (including print, audio and video), to preserve them in digital form, and make them available for discovery and research. This is a wonderful initiative for our culture and heritage to be passed down to our future generations.

I am so surprised and honored to be invited to pledge my blog to this project. It will take approximately 2 months for my blog's inclusion to be completed.

To know more about this project and to pledge your blog, visit Singapore Memory Project.

Banana Cake - light, fluffy and moist

I have 3 ripe bananas resting on the kitchen countertop. I have actually bought the bananas for my son's classmates who came over to do a project. But none of them ate the healthy and nutritious fruit. I bet if I have potato chips on the table, they will be all gone in seconds. I have used it to make peanut butter banana sandwich (try it if you have never made one for yourself; it's yummylicious). I can think of only one way of consuming them before they are stashed away in the rubbish bin - Banana Cake. Yes ....

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