Tuesday, December 26, 2006

Rejoice! It is Christmas!

Merry Christmas, everyone! A day late, but hey, it is still Christmas!
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The days leading to Christmas were so busy. Tons of last minute shoppings and bakings, in addition to the usual parties and events as well as church practices. Nonetheless, these are part of the fun of Christmas, my favourite time of the year...

So what did I bake for Christmas? Take a look below:
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Chocolate Banana Cake (based on wonderful recipe from SeaDragon with slight changes.)

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Vanilla Sugar Cookies (recipe taken from epicurous.com)

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More Chocolate Chip Cookies (recipe from Williams-Sonoma). Supposed to be crispy, but mine still turned out chewy (???).

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Mini Vanilla Butter Cupcakes for the children carollers!

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Triple Layered Chocolate Oreos Cake for brother's birthday. (truly yummilicious, thanks to Fatboy for recipe. I use my own recipe for chocolate sponge and chocolate ganache.) - (FAVOURITE RECIPE)

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Tiramisu (laddened with alcohol, the flavour gets better the longer it sits in the fridge (i.e., days not weeks or months, mind you). I had a slice 3 days after making it, and I couldn't stop at 1 slice. Recipe taken from Kitchen Capers - see sidebar for link). - (FAVOURITE RECIPE)


Once again, have yourself a blessed Christmas and a fantastic New Year!
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"Celebrate in the Wonders of His birth, Rejoice in the Beauty of Christmas!"

8 comments:

MeiyeN said...

merry xmas to you! very nice cookies :D

Anonymous said...

i must say u r really a good baker and hardworking baker..hehe...it looks soooooooooo yummylicious!!

gina said...

viv! i want tiramisu leh! been so busy with my mom's meals every day. planning and going to market just to shop for her food. I didn't have time to send out any cards this Christmas. Thank God I sent you something earlier! Love, Gina from Singapore

myCoffee said...

Thanks, Meiyen. You too! :)

Hi Anonymous,
Thanks, but I am not a very good baker yet. Still a long way to go to get there.

Hi Gina,
Such a pleasant surprise to see you here. Know that you would be very busy but hope that you still enjoyed your Christmas and New Year nonetheless!

boo_licious said...

Happy New Year Viv! Everything looks cook. Having tried fatboybakes' oreo cake, I know what you mean as it's yummy.

J said...

Wow... everything looks so good!
(Especially that Tiramisu with the adorable Santa relaxong on top of it)

Well, just wanna wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year...
(Sorry... but better late than never, right?)
:)

Sukkimi said...

Wanna ask is there a particular brand of rm and liquor to buy
Also did u use a tupperware to make the tiramisu ?

Thanks

myCoffee said...

Hi Sukkimi,
No, there's no particularly brand of liquor to buy although most would use a coffee liquor for Tiramisu. Popular ones are Kahlua, Baileys and Tia Maria.
Also, you can use any plastic container.