This is awesome and exciting as I had accepted to work closely with the Red Tomato Chinese Weekly Newspaper as one of their contributor looking into their sweet dessert section . . . . . meaning I will get to select and publish my favourite recipes on a printed media, babe this is really cool!
I love lemon and they are plentiful and easy available at our wet market at this moment and also at the supermarket. Sometimes you just can’t ignore them as they come in huge sizes, eye catching bright yellow and also with a hint of lemony smell. Last 2 weeks when I was at the dry market, I just can’t resist of not taking them home (hahahaha… it was so cheap, it was really a good deal at Taman Tun Ismail’s Sunday evening market 12 lemons going for only RM10, just a terrific bargain).
On the next day, I was about to confront my lovely lemons, I was totally not sure what to do with them, so pure and so adoreable lovely. Initiately I wanted to turn them into bottles of home made jam but my mind flipped, I end up taking only one lemon, kept the rest and turned it into a lovely lemon tart, a creamy tart with hint of tangyness. I was so excited with this recipe that I decided to share it wiith you in print on my column!
I had a great busy sunday weekend, delivery a 5 tiers wedding cake for Carven Ong’s bridal show, it got so hectic later that I forgotten a morning appointment but manage to reschedule, lol!, a late delivery of a noon dessert (hahahah…Sid’s fault! . . . . angry media I joke, not so after my charming smiles! ), a bridal show, meet a client on planning her wedding dessert, an interview with the media and a quiet night to end as Sid’s mum cooking a delicious dinner.
Another event be soon happening on the 8th of August, don’t forget to come and join me baking and mooncake making with Mrs HT Wong at One Utama Shopping Cetre . . . . . Love Sunny Yaw