I didn’t go to culinary school or had any formal training in baking. I am a self-taught baker, and all baking and cake decorating techniques I acquired is self taught from books, watching online tutorials, and a lot of experimenting. Continue reading “Novelty Cakes (1st of 2 Parts)”
This is the 4th month of my blogging adventure, and I have so much to learn. I begin to feel like a child again, and that’s exactly how I feel each time I start learning something new. And I realised how brilliant God is to allow older people (like myself) have a sense of newness when their minds wander up a fresh learning path.
Situated in London’s political hub amidst Whitehall Court, Royal Horseguards is one of London’s landmark hotels. It is steeped with formidable history and remains one of the city’s best kept secrets. The building is known for its use by the Secret Service and the original Scotland Yard during the First World War. Rumour has it, and the British government has yet to confirm this, that a secret tunnel runs from under the hotel directly to Parliament and the Cabinet War Rooms so politicians could escape to the safety of the command center during the Second World War. Continue reading “Afternoon Tea at the Royal Horseguards Hotel”
As a young girl I had reverence for Audrey Hepburn, and she has become one of my all-time favourite icons. Her image clutching a paper cup of coffee and a croissant staring into a shop window full of jewellery always comes to mind when I think of the word ‘chic.’ I’ve watched Breakfast at Tiffany’s numerous times and really thought, as a young girl, that no one can live up to Audrey’s level of chicness. Continue reading “Audrey Hepburn Exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery”
Looking back, as a young student I was always hungry to learn new things. At the time, my focus was on academic learning trying to master a subject and become an expert at a particular field of knowledge. All my study was focused on this single pursuit. Continue reading “Life’s Journey: As a Foreign Student”