My Heart and Soul

Post by MamaFiza on January 29, 2010 

Auto-Publish by MamaFiza: Week of Outstation Job .

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Good morning lovely ladies ;)

Wish you’re in superb health, Amin~ *hugs*

My dear, I hope you’ll be happy reading my speedy auto-publish post for the whole week, Insya-Allah I’ll be back next week and I got another 2 new big job waiting for me, oh yes, another future outstation job again. Thank you Lord *tears*

Today, I have special question to ask you >_<

Do you like or dislike cooking and why?

Cooking: I find it incredibly relaxing and a huge stress reliever to me!

I strongly believe what you make with all your heart and soul is made with L-O-V-E and should be shared with the ones you LOVE :-D

Having my very own family, to cook for was an awakening and each day I wanted to explore, create and taste. I haven’t stopped since *Alhamdulillah*.

One of the things I love about cooking is that it’s creative element, I love mixing flavors, colors and anything that go well together on a plate.

Homemade Korean Crab Stew *love it!*

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Homemade Crispy Garlic Fishy >0<

Beef + Herbs Bologne with Buttered Macaroni ^_-
*homemade, of course!*

Homemade Sizzling Yum Mee :
Chicken Herbs + Mushrooms + Eggs + Abalone Sauces ;)

Chocolate Dream Ice Cream Dessert for my kids ^O^
Simply easy to make from home!

Icy Chocolate Coke Floats for my hubby ^-^ , my hubby’s favorite!

However there is something about cooking up a bowl of nutritious meals and baking fresh cookies which just can’t be beat.

Sometimes, it may take a little longer to get dinner on the table, but in the end it is totally worth it and your family will thank you for it, what a huge blessed!

Wouldn’t you love to create those kinds of memories for your own family?

What could be better than recipes which come straight out of our grandmother’s kitchen?  It’s “comfort food” to me.  I don’t know about you, but I love to reminisce about being in my grandmother’s kitchen. She is extremely kind to me, she’s so skillful, she doesn’t even need to look at what she’s doing. I bet she may do everything even with her eyes closed! *heee* It was a treat to watch her cooking any type of homemade meals ;)

My mom is a great cook, especially when it comes to Malay traditional cuisine & baking. Undeniable my mom in law who is also a very good cook in pastries & spicy meals. With no doubt, I truly adore my grandma, my mom and my mil talented cooking skills.

Cooking is an act of love. For me cooking with love, heart & soul can mean a couple of different things. I heart cooking with the purpose of spreading joy.

It can be preparing a meal for someone that means something special to you. Where you try to make the meal remarkable for that person.

Plus, it can also mean that you cook with specific ingredients that you really like. Where you try your hardest to make it work the best. Giving it your utmost attention in hopes that it will develop into the best thing it possibly can.

Oh boy, I love cookbooks. For last few years (since year 2004), I’ve got supreme stuck on Sir Jamie Oliver and Sir Rob Rainford, Sir Jamie’s just inspiring, I keep learning something new every time I read one of his books, Sir Rob’s precisely awesome!

I always positively think that food prepared with love has the ability to pass the love along. Therefor, I never try to cook when I don’t have 100% focus as my mission to add a dash of love for those I’m cooking for :-D

Happy and successful cooking doesn’t rely only on know-how; it comes from the heart, makes great demands on the palate and needs enthusiasm and a deep love of food to bring it to life ~Georges Blanc, Ma Cuisine des Saisons

So, start from today, whether you make homemade cooking for your hubby or kids, just let your brainy imagination run wild.

May God blessed your day sweet mommies, Happy Cooking! ;)

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PhotoBlog: Takoyaki

Post by MamaFiza on January 27, 2010 

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PhotoBlog@Wednesday.

Hola prodigious mommies ;)

A lil update for our photoblog collection: Takoyaki Fever ^-^

Takoyaki (literally fried or baked octopus) is a popular Japanese dumpling made of batter, diced or whole baby octopus, tempura scraps (tenkasu), pickled ginger, and green onion, topped with okonomiyaki sauce, ponzu, mayonnaise, green laver (aonori), and katsuobushi (fish shavings), first popularized in Taisho-era Osaka, where a street vendor named Endo Tomekichi is credited with its invention in 1935. Yaki is derived from “yaku” which simply means “to bake or grill” in Japanese ~Wikipedia

My private quest with my adorable kids every month, love our “time-out” moment ;) *Alhamdulillah*


Special time with KiruaMi-cHan and ReiHi-cHan *hoho!*

Happiness ^_^

We had a great time together and our monthly snack routine: ate Takoyaki!

My kids love takoyaki (baby octopus!),
my darling hubby loves unagi version >_<

Oh! *drolls*

Truly yummy~

With mayo~

Just can’t resist~

Not forget to mention, Takoyaki is just simply awesome :-D

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Takoyaki is just one of the many enjoyable and delicious foods in Japan. Will you try it?

Have a lovely day mommies :-D

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Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 Game Guide

Post by The King on January 26, 2010 

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Normally littlekittle’s don’t post GameGuides *haha hehe haha ho* :-D

But I think this one will get gamer attention: Official Prima Game Guide for Modern Warfare 2 (PS3, Xbox 360 and PC).

Play “Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2” and win. Be prepared for anything with this guide.

“Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Signature Series Strategy Guide” features a complete step-by-step walk-through of each single-player mission in the game. You can find detailed maps which call out intel locations, alternate routes, flanking man-oeuvres and more.

There’s in-depth multiplayer coverage including custom maps showing vital locations in each mode of gameplay, as well as expert tactics for each team-based game.

You’ll find information on every feature, special weapon, camouflage, challenge and achievement.

Plus, a bonus foldout and more! This title covers PS3, Xbox 360 and PC.

Download Here

Bring it on! :-D

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The Adventure of My Cooking Diary (December 2009 – January 2010)

Post by MamaFiza on January 25, 2010 

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moshi-moshi foxy ladies ;)

A lil update about my healthy kitchen’s adventure as promised last month.

Alhamdulillah, I love to cook for my dear hubby and lovely kids. I’m definitely flattered each day inventing new recipes for my family.

I’m a woman who loves to be in the kitchen and just like with everything else I do, I put my heart into it.

Everyday as a mom, I am counting my blessing and trying to view everything in a positive perspective. Cooking calms me, and I love to feed the remarkable people in my life >O<

Due to my kids learned about African country last few weeks, so I used lots of African herbs & spices, add-on with jalapeno, tabasco sauce, cayenne peppers, garlic, apricots, lemon juice, chillies, olives oil and many more!

Okie dookie, lets begin my cooking diary for end of December 2009 till early January 2010, some of the pics:

1, 2, 3 . . . ;)

Wolf Herring Stew with Herbs~

Tomatoes + Lamb + Herbs Stew with Garlic Rice~

Thick Curry Noodle with Chicken Slices
+ Eggs + Tofu + Crab Sticks ~

Cheesy Creamy Macaroni Seafood~

Easy-Peasy Pizza~

Homemade Cheesy Coney Island Hot Dog with Hash-browns~

Black Pepper Udon + Squids with Teriyaki Grilled Lamb Strips~

Creamy Meatballs + Herbs + Fettuccine~

Bologne Meatballs + Herbs + Olive Oil + Spaghetti~

Bologne + Herbs + Macaroni + Olive Oil + Lamb Stew~

Cheesy Creamy Fettuccine + with Teriyaki Grilled Lamb Strips~

Cheesy Creamy Fettuccine + with Garlic Grilled Chicken~

Cheesy Creamy Macaroni + Herbs + Olive Oil
with Apple Crumbled Stew Grilled Beef Strips~

Italian Platters~

Hash-browns salad~

Apple Crumbled Stew Grilled Beef Strips

Japanese Spices Squids~

Grilled Lamb Strips~ (African Cuisine Theme)

Grilled Chicken Drumsticks~ (African Cuisine Theme)

Grilled Chicken Drumsticks~ (African Cuisine Theme)

Grilled Chicken Drumsticks~ (African Cuisine Theme)

Grilled Chicken Drumsticks~ (African Cuisine Theme)

Grilled Chicken Drumsticks~ (African Cuisine Theme)

Grilled Chicken Drumsticks~ (African Cuisine Theme)

Grilled Salmon~ (African Cuisine Theme)

Grilled Sting-Ray~ (African Cuisine Theme)

Grilled Sting-Ray~ (African Cuisine Theme)

Grilled Fishes ^-^

Grilled Silver Catfish~ (African Cuisine Theme)

Grilled Fishes, again~

Tangy Mussels~

Pepak belah Kong from Indonesia~

Jalapeno + Tomato + Apricots + Avocado
Lime juice + Tabasco sauces~

My rule for healthy meals: serve a variety of foods from all the food groups and always using foods in their natural state wherever possible.

Don’t forget to share your cooking moment with me, sugary momma :-D

Please remember to make family meals a priority. Make meals enjoyable and get everyone involved.

May God blessed your day, Amin~

See ya soon*tickles*.

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