So, it’s Wednesday?
Um, where did Malaysian Monday go then? (*whistles innocently*). I do apologise. We had visitors, from Malaysia actually, so I chose to hang out with them instead of feeding the blog :)
But luckily, I know we’re all friends here and you’ll understand. Speaking of friends, the lovely Fiona from Life on Nanchang Lu tagged me in The Tripbase Seven Links Project. After she said such lovely things about moi, how could I not play along? (You must check out Fiona’s seven, I don’t think I am doing this thing justice!).
So here they are, my seven “most...” posts.
My most beautiful post.
Hmmm, this one was tricky. Even though Fiona kindly said I was a good photographer, I honestly don’t think I am. Trying to choose a beautiful post, much less one that was the “most beautiful” was really hard. But in the end, I picked this post because it reminds me of my favourite place in the world. It’s where we go camping (the spot is called Treachery Camp), and every time I look at these photos, I want to go back. Now that I’ve told you the name of it, please don’t all flock there at once ok?
My most popular post.
This was easy. Put the words Yoda and macaron in the same sentence and everyone wants a look. It was even featured here on the edible craft section at craftgossip.com
My most controversial post.
Well, I could have picked the post that generated deafening silence (actually three brave souls commented) but instead I’ll choose this one about a custard apple because of the number of anonymous comments I received telling me that I was wrong and the fruit in question was actually called something else. (In the end I just chose to stop publishing comments on that post by anyone named anonymous. My blog, my rules).
My most helpful post.
Ok, I will readily admit that any recipes I post may not often be very detailed, and frequently have the words “adjust to taste” in them. But I think this attempt at kuih bahulu proved helpful to some of you. I hope.
A post whose success surprised me.
Definitely this one involving dipping fruit in compound chocolate. Not very foodie, but lots of fun.
A post that didn’t get the attention it deserved.
It has to be this one. Waaaaay back when I first started blogging, when I used a happy snappy camera to take flash photos, when my fondant work was still very lumpy and bumpy, when I had no idea what I was doing. That cake still makes me smile.
The post I am most proud of.
As you would have probably guessed by now, I have a tendency to verbosity. That’s why I love how I wrote this post. It was very concise, the writing flowed, and I wish I could capture that feeling and produce another post that way again.
So now it’s the “Tag! You’re it!” part. I’d love to know what Vanille, Beth, Lisa and Diana’s seven are. (If you’ve been tagged and don’t want to play, don’t worry, I won’t be sad).
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