Sunday, May 15, 2011

A cake for mummy

It's a week since Mother's Day is over and I still haven't blog about it. Anyway, we didn't really celebrate it in a grand way, I baked a cheesecake for my mum, and she cooked us chicken porridge (forgot to snap photo, slap forehead) We prefer to eat at home to avoid the crowd at the outside restaurants.


a simple cheesecake for mummy (I didn't want to own the fats alone, so I shared this with my fellow friends too =P) It's the same like what I baked here


I think at the end of the day, it doesn't matter how much or what presents you give to your parents, it's the heart and appreciation that counts, most importantly, the quality time spend with them. My mum always told me to save the money and no need to buy her anything, well I guess that's how great a mother's love is....



Hope you're having a wonderful Sunday!!

23 comments:

  1. I think at the end of the day, it doesn't matter how much or what presents you give to your parents, it's the heart and appreciation that counts, most importantly, the quality time spend with them. My mum always told me to save the money and no need to buy her anything, well I guess that's how great a mother's love is....

    Very true! Haha my mum always told me to save my $$ & no need to give her since i was the "poorest" in my family LOL

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  2. LOoks great...must be very delicious!

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  3. I really want to learn to make cheesecake... i think its a chick magnet... haha i wanna attract my mom's attention too.

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  4. very nice cheese cakes. I just love them. when do I get to taste them? he he

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  5. Hi Hayley,

    Didn't manage to leave a comment in your blog when blogger.com did a maintenance work on blogspot.

    But it seems ok now right? Don't worry about the missing comments.

    You did the right thing by celebrating the event at home. I celebrated mothers' day at a restaurant. You were right, it was crowded and my car got blocked because people parked their cars sukahati. But then, we were lucky, because our food arrived fast.

    P/s: I'm sure your parents love the dinner you made. Happy Mothers' day to you.

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  6. Wow, the cake looks awesome!!! I want a piece!! :D

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  7. aiyoh, mother's day you still want your mum to cook chicken porridge?? should you you cook for her instead~~ :p

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  8. That's a nice way to express your love to your mother. Bake her a cake instead of getting one from the shop :)

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  9. Hi Hayley,
    found your blog through eugene and claire's blog. i'm a new blogger in town. nice to meet you =)

    so sweet of you to bake a cheesecake for your mom. i didn't celebrate mommmy's day with my mom as both of us were sick and i still owe her a meal till today. :P but she keeps saying that no need to spend so much. haha... mothers...

    have a good week Hayley :)

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  10. The cake looks yummy. :) If I'm in KL, I will be celebrating with my mum. We usually eat at my mum's house.

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  11. Hi Hayley, wow! Love that cheesecake!
    Good to know your resume includes baking too.
    And I guess your mom really enjoyed your masterpiece.

    Its always the thoughts....and mothers are one of a kind, irreplaceable.
    You have a nice day, keep well.
    Lee.

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  12. That's one of the most wonderful gift a loving mother would ask for, something made from heart!^^

    p/s: Your cheesecake looks nice!

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  13. LOL hmmm looks tasty hehe XD

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  14. Robinson, hehe, I guess most mummies are like that..

    ChrisAu, thanks! (Yay it was nice!)

    Daniel, go on and try! Practice makes perfect!

    Johnnie and Erika, haha, come Taiping =P

    Willie, yes, Blogspot was having problems last few days =_= It's ok now (I hope).
    Haha wise decision right? It can be nice too celebrating at home!

    SK, LOL. No choice, my mum is such a great chef =P

    Carrie, Yvonne and Kian Fai, hey, thanks!

    Ying Ying, welcome to blogspot =) Nice to meet you too!
    oh really? Nevermind, you can always celebrate for her now.

    Mummy Gwen, its ok. wait til you come back M'sia next time..

    Lee, yes, my mum and dad like the cakes~

    Alice, thank you! I know you're very talented in baking too!

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  15. I prefer any celebration celebrated in the modest fashion, not much ho ha,,, when attendees can really feel at home and talk and talk and have fun............

    one day you shall be mom and i am sure, you would love those small gifts from the children

    have a great week ahead and i know you don't like Monday, never mind it is ending soon

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  16. Wah, share some fats with me lah......I wanna put on weight leh!

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  17. Eugene, haha thanks! Yes I dont like Mondays, and cant wait to go home and start my one day holiday!

    Pete, haha come Taiping =) Or get some from your nearest bakery =P

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  18. U can bake!

    We had a dinner with both parents, so it's good too ^^

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  19. you are so thoughtful :) i bet your mom was very very happy :)

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  20. Yes, it is the heart that count, you have a great mum there.

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  21. YT, yes trying to improve on it actually!

    Barbara, yaya she is happy!

    Yan, thanks! =)

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  22. I bet your mom is so proud of you.

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