As I promised in the previous post, I will post a short update AT LEAST ONCE EVERY WEEK so this is it ^^
Red bean plus glutinous rice. You cant really see the glutinous rice in from the pictures there because its of a small amount only. Could only feel its presence when you put it into your mouth.
The white colour thing to pour in is something like milk cream, I don't know the exact name for it though which makes it slightly creamier and sweeter and apparently, tastier xD
A homemade dessert by my mom's friend ^^ I don't have the recipe for it, sad case
Ok, can't blog too much right now, gonna go do my Mathematics homework already :/ have a nice week everyone xx
Now, I will TRY to update every week because my hostel is giving us FORMAL HALL DINNER every Wednesday, which is the only day with super duper good food LOL
In the meantime, I am sharing some of my favourite desserts which are being served in my hostel during dinner, occasionally.
Passion fruit cake :D
I always chose passion fruit over blueberry and strawberry, that's why I only have this photo. OOPS :/
Sometimes me and my friends would pack this for next day's breakfast. Feel so blissful eating this early in the morning especially taken right from the fridge~awww...
Such guilty indulgence for me!
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How to Find Great Restaurants
Dining out can be fun. Dining out can also be boring. Going to the same restaurant time and again makes for a lackluster experience. Instead of venturing to the same eateries, you might visit a new venue. Discovering new places or even attempting to try new restaurants can be disappointing.
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If a reviewer happens to enjoy a particular genre of food, his advice can guide you to places to try and restaurants to avoid. The insights of a food critique can ensure you get nothing but the best.
Smartphones continue to reinvent the way customers shop. Smartphone applications, most notably Yelp, help you locate all the restaurants in your area for a particular genre. Got a craving for Chinese, Yelp it. Are you dying to try the best sushi in town, Yelp it. Yelp works as a user-oriented critique, meaning it can be both a good and a bad thing.
The good: Users will offer honest opinions on the food, pricing and atmosphere giving some insightful information. The bad: Users may not be objective in their reviews like a professional will. What a user may find disgusting, you might enjoy. User-review based applications should be viewed with an objective eye. Take the good and bad and average the two. If a restaurant has nothing but four or five stars, chances are the place serves up some delicious food. If the restaurant only has ones or twos, avoid it.
Flyers, food menus and television commercials aim to try to get you to visit a restaurant. Why not give these advertised locations a chance? If you feel a bit wary about the food, you can always give a user-review application a whirl or check out a professional review to see if the restaurant is worth the hype.
If food is your passion, and dining out an adventure, you might find a professional career as a food critic. For more information on the restaurant business or careers in the industry, visit onlinecollegeclasses.org.
Rick Steve's Europe (2012)