I want to share with you all some of the foods I've had for the past few months.
They're all so rich in calories but they taste so good, it's a wonder why dieting is impossible for me~
I introduce you to Haagen Daz! On the plate, there are 2 waffles with dulce de leche drizzled all over,
caramel and cookie ice-cream, clotted cream and an edible chocolate Haagen Daz sign. This costed me
around £7-£8 which is very cheap for such satisfying food.
Oh gosh it was gorgeous- I didn't regret having it afterwards. :3
I recently had a tub of Haagen Daz cookies and cream ice-cream which was so good.
Have you tried any of their ice-creams before?
I had these in Cafe Rouge, a lovely French restaurant. The ambiance was lovely and it had a
nice calming effect. I picked the fish cake dish with chips and this garlic dip. Seriously, garlic dips
are amazing! When I eat pizza, I'd always dip the crust in garlic dip. <3
This dish was light and lovely. The salmon fish cake literally melts in your mouth. This costs approx. £12-£14, I can't remember precisely but go try it!
I had creme brulee afterwards. It was heaven~ It's like tofu except that it
tastes nothing like it. I love this a lot but it's pretty expensive for such a small portion.
It's priced around £5 and you can eat it in 3 spoonfuls. For me, I just eat it in small
portions and savour the nice vanilla taste.
These are chocolate chip cookies I made myself. I saw the recipe online and it
had around 1000 positive reviews so I thought I might give it a try. It tasted real good!
I had this home-made waffle whilst doing my work. My dad made it with the waffle-maker-
he made the batter, poured it on the waffle mould and pressed the lid on it for a few minutes to cook it.
It's such a simply process. :D I drizzled some honey over it. I normally like lemon juice and sugar on it
but I didn't have lemons left so I had to make do with honey.
I love sushi a lot! They're tasty, healthy and filling. I can have them every day! I would sometimes
go out to have sushi but it's pricey to buy sushi so sometimes I make it at home. None of my family
members like to make it because the process is long so I am always the one who makes it.
Ever tried bibimbap? It's a Korean dish which I adore adore adore! Ever since I had it in Korea, I
have been craving for it so I decided to make my own at home. It tasted very good but it's not
the same if you don't cook it in a stone pot. The stone pot makes the rice crunchy and it keeps
your bibimbap nice and hot from start to finish. I need a stone pot now!
And that's it for now. Hope these pics didn't make you too hungry. ;}