My sister made up a rule already for me to study at least 9-5 everyday these holidays. So what do I do in those precious moments moments after I wake up to 9? Make pancakes of course. These pancakes were really soft and fluffy. They didn't turn out as high as I thought it would, seeing Evan's pancakes here, but maybe I was just having bad luck or not enough baking soda? I don't know, but they were still very nice so test them out- maybe they'll turn out higher and fluffier!
I am also officially in love with my new camera and lenses. I now don't need to take half as many pictures as I usually do with my old camera! Everything just focuses so well now that I'm working now with 9 focus points instead of the previous 5 I think- it's great. However, my heart nearly fell out when it no images appeared on my computer when I inserted the SD card to it... When I placed it back in the camera, it said could not play back image when a second ago it was fine when I was playing them back right after I took them. I got pretty frustrated because I thought I had such good photos in there! Hehe when I finally could retrieve some back using a free software, I found they weren't all that good but you know how when you exaggerate the goodness of things you think you lost only to bring yourself more regret and annoyance? Well anyway, I still don't know what happened to them, I just hope this won't be a regular thing that my photos disappear!
Recipe Adapted from Evan's Kitchen Ramblings
1 cup flour
1 tsp baking powder
pinch of salt
2 eggs, separated
2 eggs, separated
1 cup milk
2 tsps caster sugar
1 tbsp oil
2. In another bowl, whisk together egg yolk, sugar and milk followed by oil. mix well and add it into the flour mixture and whisk to combine.
3. Whisk egg white until soft peaks, then fold into the above mixture.
4. Heat griddle or a non-stick frying pan on medium low heat then scoop batter, about 1 ladleful onto the pan. cook until bubbles appear evenly on the surface, flip it over and cook until golden.
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