Thursday, 7 February 2008

Happy Chinese New Year

Today is the first day of the lunar new year, I like to wish all Chinese readers a Prosperous Lunar New Year!






祝你在新的一年里有:
鼠不完的幸福
鼠不完的活力
鼠不完的喜悦!!




As I didn't manage to bake much CNY cookies, to make up for the lack of photos, I have posted my elder boy's 春联 or couple he wrote during class.

新年快乐!

8 comments:

  1. My name : Angela K
    I have started my blog and linked some of yr recipe & blog link
    without reliease that i NEED to ask permission.

    now, i would seek yr premission on this issue
    and if you feel not comfortable with it, it's ok for me.

    I'll delete it immediately.

    Kindly reply me by 9 Feb'08.
    http://akresource69.blogspot.com/

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  2. Happy Chinese New Year! May the new year bring you much joy, love and prosperity :)

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  3. Happy New Year to you and your family!!

    Gong Xi Fa Cai!

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  4. Hi Angela, no worries! it's my pleasure to have you link me up, thanks! I like those cakes and bakes that you have been making, great job!

    hi ovenhaven, thank you!

    Thank you Cocoa, Xin Nian Kuai Le!!

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  5. Hello! I really enjoy reading your blog and looking at all your beautiful delicious pictures! I was looking at your ham and sausage buns post, and was just wondering, what kind of bread machine do you have? I am going to purchase one, but I'm not sure which would be the most economical with the best functions. I definately want a good kneading function thats for sure! Lol, well let me know! Thanks a lot! And happy baking =).

    Jo.

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  6. Hi HHB

    Xing Nian Kwai Le & Happy Baking!

    Nice caligraphy there!

    rgds

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  7. Your blog is so beautiful! I tried making your toast animal a few weeks ago and they were nowhere as cute as yours! :)

    You've been tagged for a meme!
    http://bakeat350.blogspot.com/2008/02/meme.html

    ~Bridget

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  8. Hi Jo, I bought my breadmachine from carrefour...there house brand, bluesky, it was around S$70...not a high end machine, but comes with the basic functions. I don't think the kneading function of a bread machine will be that good as a stand alone heavy duty mixer. Hope this helps!

    Hi Xan, thanks!

    Bridget, thanks for tagging me :)

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