Sunday, November 30, 2008

Honey Bees

Hanako will be here in 12 days!
I will continue my I-Spy game soon :P Sorry about that!
A Pair of Bees
Have also been into drawing stick characters...
Looks ugly, but that'll do~ coming soon k!
I will be updating more often now that exams are over.
World of Warcraft, I'll be back!

Venue: Royal Adelaide Botanic Gardens

Honey Bee

Karaoke was great!
I'll be recording "Retrovertigo" by Mr. Bungle soon~
Also will be singing/self-recording Christmas songs :)
The time of the year has come...

Close up Honey Bee

Venue: Adelaide Royal Botanic Gardens

Make: Canon
Model: Canon EOS 350D DIGITAL
Shutter Speed: 1/200 second
F Number: F/5.6
Focal Length: 55 mm
ISO Speed: 200
Date Picture Taken: Sep 20, 2008, 2:50:21 PM

Tuesday, November 18, 2008

How to: Homemade Pan Mee Noodles

I wonder if they would spell my name correctly if I were to say "my name is Eleanie Tan"?
If you don't get what I mean, you should see my previous posts.

In the mean time, want to learn how to make a Malaysian noodle dish?

パンミと言うのメン作り方 |学会制作板面的方法
How to: Homemade Pan Mee Noodles

Ingredients (enough for 2):
  • Plain Flour (100grams)
  • Corn Flour (small handful)
  • Salt & Pepper (suit yourself)
  • Water (1 tbsp)
  • Egg (1)

You will need:
  1. Rolling Pin
  2. Extra flour to prevent dough from sticking
  3. A place to dry your flatten dough

How to make Pan Mee Noodles

Have fun playing with dough like I did!

Leave the flat dough to dry for 15mins. Fold the flatten dough to a tube shape and slice it as you like. Otherwise don't fold because some people like it teared :) It's called "nie" in Mandarin.

I googled a picture of the noodle with soup.
I did not make the whole meal because I did not have enough soup ingredient.
:) There are a few ways to cook your noodles!

Pan Mee Noodles

Pan Mee Noodles

Pan Mee Noodles

How to make Pan Mee Noodles

Be creative and experiment it yourself!

Venue: At home in Adelaide

Monday, November 17, 2008

Adelaide Sunday Mail

Adelaide's Sunday Mail

Me, Curtis and Tim in Sunday Mail
People here can't spell.
Most can't tell the difference between 'Your', 'You're' and
'There', 'Their', They're.

When they asks for my name,
they'd expect me to say something like "Ching chuung tei",
but instead I say "Elaine" and spells it out for them...
I must have been saying "Ken euu sipella?"
My name is now Eleanie Tan.

Venue: North Adelaide

Saturday, November 15, 2008

Beached As!

Stella Artois coasters are great headphones!
The room was so crowded I had to find my own spot to dance.
Between the drum sets and the window.
Me DJ-ing the drums

Adelaide is unique.
Throughout these few years in Adelaide, a girl would dress up,
go to pubs/clubs, and then go home...normal yea?

Today however, I was not dressed to go clubs so wore my new Beached As baby-T and had atleast 6 guys and girls walk up to me saying...

Human 1: "D'you want a chup brou?"
Me: Can't chuuu brou! Got 'ne Pleenkt'n?

Human 2: Beaached aess!!
Me: LoL~

Human 3: Aww shiut! You're Beeeached aess!
Me: Tell me s'thing I doun't knuw!

The others just said "Awesome shirt!!"

Watch video here if you don't get it!

Venue: The Archer Hotel

Saturday, November 1, 2008

Cosplay Halloween Dress Up Party

I didn't know what to dress as...
but I really wanted to make use of my cape I bought from ebay,
so that's my overall mix of costumes I've collected.

Me in Costume Mix
Does anyone have any suggestions on what I can dress as next?
Let me know~ I am keen to collect more costumes :)
In the mean time, I'm getting ready for another party tonight.
Still have not idea what I will be~

Venue: Curtis's Halloween Party