Sunday, January 04, 2009

Cavalock and The Mystery of the Sea Bird's Nest

Really, can someone explain to me if a bird can actually build a nest in middle of the ocean or under the sea, or is the nest of a new kinda 'sea bird'? Should I read it as a sea bird's nest or sea bird's nest? :P And in case anyone is wondering, it's from the juice stall Tracy at the basement of Raffles City.


Tried another recipe from The Book, something called Nutella Crepes. Real fast and simple like the rest. Tasted all rite but I used a little too much Nutella. Still got lots more crepes in the pack so I'll definitely be trying it again soon, before the crepes expire later this month.

Does that look like too much Nutella to anyone? Pop it in the oven for 10 minutes.

Decided to go with a banana instead of nuts like the recipe called for. Like I said, a little too sweet (yah I know, coming from me, it must have been VERY sweet), can't taste the rum at all.

5 comments:

Panther said...

What in hell have you concocted!?

Also, the "sea bird" actually builds its nest on a cliff, usually. Of course, the fact that they used "sea bird" means it is likely a fake product.

Lunch is Served! said...

Not enough nutella!!!

And about the seabird thing, it's definitely a fake.

ice said...

Ok got the answer simply by googling. This sea bird's nest is not even bird's nest at all! Check this out. It's called Funori or jelly seaweed! 'Nuff said. You got duped by these women. I walked past there before and found them too pushy so didn't want to buy anything from them.

Not enough nutella! LOL.

Lunch is Served! said...

OMG! I remember now! When I was a kid, there would be these stalls selling "haiyan" or "sea swallow" nests at funfairs. Definitely fake!

Cavalock said...

…er…guys, so is it fake?


Hah, just kidding. ok, so its fake. Anyway, didn’t buy any. Had the grass and apple drink.