Food Pictures, Finally.


So I finally got some initiative to take some photographs of food this weekend. Just a short lil’ food post for this week. I have loads of assignments to do. And there’s Diablo 3. Tsk.

Sunny side up pasta I made for dinner on Saturday. Simple but so awesome.

On Sunday, I went over to my sister’s place for dinner.



Awh, doesn’t it look so good?

And then we have this. The explosive blueberry cheese cake. It’s very delicious despite it’s looks.



Framed Eggs


So I made framed eggs for dinner last night. OH, HOW I THOUGHT IT WAS EASY TO MAKE IT LOOK PRETTY.

I used a glass cup to cut out a perfect circle.

 I want to make 2 different framed eggs. This bowl contains an unbeaten egg.

 And this one, I added a tablespoon of milk and beat the egg.

Some cheddar to burn on the pan later.

 So I pan fry the bread separately to make it toasty.

 Then I added in the egg… AND EVERYTHING WAS A MESS AFTER.

Look at that.. The picture above look so gorgeous. Then I just had to flip it over and destroyed it. I couldn’t even photograph what I was doing because I had to make sure I don’t burn the bread. Or the eggs. Or cheese.

 So voila, the end products. The sunny side framed egg look so sad. ):

As for the cut out breads, I dipped them into the egg mixture and pan fried it with cheese. I must say, I liked that better than the framed eggs.

It’s so embarrassing making such ugly food but it tasted good, so it doesn’t matter anymore. Hah.

A Bunch of Other Stuff , Rotorua, New Zealand


At Mercure Hotel, Auckland

 At Agrodome, Rotorua

 Super cool tractor that took us a ride around the farms in Agrodome.


 BABY alpaca.

 She’s 2 days old and this big. Amazing.

 We all thought it was so adorable.

 It could even do a selfie with me.

 Fur Cut!

 What’s up, dawg?

Deers hate selfies. Must remember that.

 At Te Puia, Rotorua

 By the time you pronounce that correctly…

The water ther is hot. Super, duper steaming hot.

 Bubbling mud pools.

 Overload on food at Pig and Whistle.

 The curly fries were awesome.

 So was this cheesy pasta. I forgot what it was though.. Mum ordered it.

Rotorua Museum

Lavender. So lovely, aren’t they?

More hot steamin’ pools.

 On the way to the roof top, there were plenty of rainbows to pass through. Felt so rainbow blessed.

360 degrees panorama shot from the roof top.

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