Wednesday, June 27, 2012


                                                                   BANGET!!!!!!! better yo die lah!
di kira jakarta dingin kali yah? tolol!! -__- sok hemat bgt lo! ngaca dong! ga punya muka , sok bersih , sok sehat u! ngaca deh tolong cepet mati lah lu nyusahin doang , semua gara2 lu, masi ga tau diri lgi , sampah mati deh cepetan

Tuesday, June 26, 2012


it's fun to imagine that i have a cake shop LOL. well i never think about it. when i browse the internet , i found many cute pictures about cake. i always like christmas cake. the decoration is so beautiful, and i found japanese christmas cake, look so delicious, and the decoration is too cute!. in youtube i found how to make japanese christmas cake, here...

Japanese Christmas Cake


Kasutera sponge cake

  • 2 tablespoons milk
  • 2 tablespoons honey
  • 4 eggs
  • 3/4 cup sugar
  • 3/4 cup flour, sifted
Stabilized whipping cream
  • 2 cups heavy cream
  • 4 tsp cold water
  • 4 tsp agar agar or unflavored gelatin
  • 1/2 cup frosting sugar
Also needed
    1 pint of fresh strawberries, hulled, washed and halved.


Kasutera sponge cake
  1. Preheat oven to 350° F
  2. Use a large 5″x9″ loaf pan or 8″ spring form pan. Line it with waxed paper.
  3. Place milk in a small microwave-safe bowl and heat just to warm (about 10 to 15 seconds). Mix honey in the warm milk, set aside.
  4. Fill a large bowl with warm water, set aside.
  5. Using an electric hand-mixer, whisk the eggs in a large bowl, adding the sugar gradually until completely combined.
  6. Place the bowl over the large bowl with warm water, continue to whisk the egg mixture until it becomes light yellow (almost white), remove from heat and add the honey and milk mixture and whisk to combine and cool the mixture slightly
  7. Sift flour, holding sieve nice and high above the bowl to get plenty of air in the flour as it goes down into the bowl, into the egg mixture. Using a large bubble whisk gently fold the flour into the egg mixture.
  8. Pour the batter in lined pan and tap the pan. Tap very gently on the table to release any air bubbles. Bake at 350° F for 10 minutes, then turn down oven temperature to 300° F and continue to bake for about 40 minutes, or until a cake tester inserted in the middle of the Kasutera comes out clean.
  9. Remove Kasutera from oven and grasping the parchment on both sides of pan lift the Kasutera out, carefully remove parchment and place on wire rack to cool.
Stabilized whipping cream
  1. In the bowl of your stand mixer pour the heavy cream into the bowl and place in the refrigerator to chill bowl and cream.
  2. In a small microwaveable bowl combine the cold water and agar agar or gelatin into the bowl and whisk to combine, keep whisking until the mixture is thick and looks dissolved.
  3. Place in microwave for 10 seconds until warm and continue to mix until cool. It should thicken slightly and not look grainy but smooth and syrup like.
  4. Put the chilled bowl of cream onto the mixer and on medium high speed with a whisk attachment, whisk until almost at soft peak. Add in the sugar slowly to the thick cream, and when it is at the soft peak stage slowly drizzle in the agar agar mixture into the cream until it thickens to desired constancy, I stopped at stiff peaks.
  1. Stabilized whipping cream (above)
  2. Kasutera sponge (above)
  3. 1 pint of strawberries, hulled, washed and halved.
  4. In the same container that was used to bake the sponge, line it with wax paper leaving an over hang enough to lift out the cake when assembled and chilled.
  5. Cut the sponge in half as evenly as possible. Place half of the sponge cake in the bottom of the pan. Layer a very thin layer of the whipped cream on top of the sponge.
  6. Arrange the strawberry halves around the entire pan. You can arrange them how ever you wish. I stood them up on the bases.
  7. Layer 2/3 of the cream over the strawberries until you are unable to see the tops through the cream.
  8. Add the last layer of sponge on top of the cream and gently push down to spread the cream in between the berries.
  9. Using 1/2 of the remaining cream spread a thin layer on top of the sponge cake in an even flat layer. Refrigerate for 3-4 hours, You can use the remaining cream to pipe a decoration along the edge of the cake when ready to serve.
  10. When ready to serve. Place your cake container next to your serving platter, and gently lift it out of the pan (or remove sides if you chose to use a spring form pan) and place on the platter. With a kitchen assistant and a large flat angled spatula you can then gently peel down the sides of the paper and lift the cake to remove the parchment on the bottom. At this point you have an option to use the remaining cream to pipe a decoration along the edge of the cake. Gently slice and decorate with extra cream and berries.

 delicioco LOL ;)

Saturday, June 23, 2012


hri  ini ama ulng tahun dd g jga, pastiu di sn lgi rayain deh , makan2 tahun lalu g bsa di sn , skrng gak sm sekali, pengen bgt pulang banget banget tapi ga bsa :( aaa gara2 tu satu orng nyebelin sedunia, semua jadi gini , semuanya, aa pengen bgt pulang ke sn, makan2 lgi, maen2, jalan2, ke sn sini, :( hmmmmmm
HAPPY BDAY AMA MA IAN, WISHHH U ALL THE BEST, GBUA , :* maaf yah ga bsa ke sn :(((((

Tuesday, June 19, 2012


HAH, bosenbgt lburan gak kemana2 huuhuhuhuhu,. so sad lburan jadi onliners sejati deh ol all the time till mata juling LOL,  i found this all quotes from tumblr dll , so tidak ad kerjaan T.T

                               but life is not about just reading quotes, but........ answer with your mind

Saturday, June 16, 2012


after watching D&G FW 2012 , the details is very beautiful, here's the photos of them

                                                         HOW COOL B)