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Cooking For A Large Family

cooking for a large family
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Sangkaya (Coconut Pudding)...for YOU...
Sangkaya (Coconut Pudding)...for YOU...
Delicious Thai dessert...Are you hungry :-)? I cooked it yesterday. You can try it by yourself :-)..It is so easy to cook...My family love it very much because of its sweetness and softness:-)..Hope you like it. Enjoy eating and keep smiling. Have a lovely week :-)... ************************************************************************************************* SANGKAYA (Coconut Pudding) While this custard can be made in a bowl, you can really impress your guests by baking it inside a small, hollowed-out pumpkin, squash, or young coconut. It can be served with sticky rice, if wished :-).. INGREDIENTS 250ml/1 cup thick coconut milk 5ml rosewater 240g/1 cup sugar 0.5 tsp salt 3 eggs PROCEDURE Dissolve the sugar in the coconut milk, add the rosewater and salt and stir. Add the eggs and mix well. Pour the resulting custard into a tray or a bowl, scooped out pumpkin, squash shell, or young coconut. Put in the top of a preheated steamer and cook for 30 minutes, or until set :-)... So easy!! FOI THONG (Golden Threads) First the eggs are separated and then the yolks are beaten in a bowl. This is then placed in the refrigerator until it is needed. A syrup is then made with a mixture of sugar and perfumed water. This is done in a large wok. The egg yolks are then put into a funnel with two small holes at the bottom. This is then swung above the wok in a circular motion. As soon as the egg yolk hits the hot syrup it starts to cook. It only takes about 1 minute before it is ready. then used what looked like knitting needles to collect these threads and dipped them into another syrup solution which gave it a gleam and then placed it on the tray :-).. ************************************************************************************************* SMILE...SMILE..SMILE...SMILE...HAPPY...HAPPY....HAPPY :-).... Thai Dessert with LoVe for you... Mix sugar with coconut milk and good feeling for the start.. Add rosewater and color of heart.. Sprinkle salt and add egg.. That's how the wonderful and delicious Sangkaya.. Just for you...GUTEN APPETIT with my Thai Dessert.... Ich liebe dich..I LOVE YOU now and forever, my Dearest :-). J-A-S-M-I-N-E.. A pretty little girl in Thailand... Samutprakan, Thailand.. ***NO INVITES PLEASE***...Thanks so much for your visits and also for any comments and faves. I am so appreciated for all. All your words are nice awards for me. Thank you..thank you :-)..
KAp in Palmerston atoll Cook Islands
KAp in Palmerston atoll Cook Islands
Palmerston was discovered by Captain Cook in 1774, but he did not land on the island until 13 April 1777. He found the island uninhabited, though some ancient graves were discovered. Cook named the island after Henry Temple, 2nd Viscount Palmerston, then lord of the admiralty. The ancient name of the island was supposedly Avarau, meaning “two hundred harbours.” In 1863 William Marsters, a ship's carpenter and barrel maker, arrived on Palmerston from Manuae with two Polynesian wives and annexed the island from the British government. He added a 'third wife' and sired a large family of some 23 children, whose descendants now inhabit Palmerston. Thus, Palmerston Island is the only island in the Cook Islands for which English is the native language. William Masters is said to have originally come from Leicestershire England, and his descendants now spell the name "Marsters", possibly due to the Leicestershire accent. By the time his youngest daughter Titana Tangi died in 1973, there were over a thousand Marsters descendants living in Rarotonga and New Zealand. Though only some fifty family members remain on Palmerston, all Marsters descendants consider the island their ancestral home. In 1954 the family was granted full ownership of the island. Three branches of the family remain on Palmerston, each branch being descended from one of Williams 'three wives', marriage within a family group is prohibited.[1] Palmerston is now administered by the Cook Islands government in association with New Zealand. -------------------------------------------- Solo KAp session during my South Pac cruise expedition on board the MV/ Bremen AutoKAP - PFK Nighthawk delta ( kiwi delta) - Ricoh GX 200 -------------------------------------------- Too much wind to go much higher but it was fun to photograph this very remote atoll in the cook Islands. -------------------------------------------- Here is the Champs Elysees of this community of 55 souls

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