Baking cookies

Baking cookies

Ah! Ghost! OK, just kidding. This is me looking at the oven, waiting for the cookies to be baked nicely. Taken with shaky hands of Hui Shan. The poisoned cookies were offered to some participants of the Social Media Breakfast 6.

We met at Ang Mo Kio Hub at about 1PM. It was an hour off from our scheduled timing and I decided to eat ban mian while waiting for her to fetch me to her home. She introduced me to her 2 girlfriends who one commented to Hui Shan before,

so young boy wants to bake with a bunch of ageing aunties.

We went to NTUC to get the instant mix and the other necessary ingredients and tools before heading her place. First thing I felt about her house was, no, I am not going to get such a small house. Sorry, but I prefer staying in a spacious environment. Anyway, we baked chocolate and walnut flavoured cookies.

Half way through the session, everyone was distracted by the 小叮当 DVD that Hui Shan played. (I was long distracted by her laptop.) OK, I am starting to digress. The process of the session is as followed:

1. Stirring the egg

2. Cutting the butter

3. Melting the butter. Hui Shan did look happy at melting butter.

3. Pour the instant mix flour.

4. Mix it well.

5. Lay the paper onto the tray. Stop playing la~~

 

6. Wait for the cookie to be baked. While waiting, cam whore away and surf the Net.

 

 

7. Once done, eat pack away for storage.

 

The tray

The tray is very interesting. Just look at the picture. Hui Shan’s mother forgotten to pack the metal tray along with the oven. I had to use aluminium foil to create a makeshift tray for the cookies to bake on.

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