It is Monday and I am having that usual ‘I need new ideas’ freaking out moments. I probably never told anybody but I don’t actually have plans. I am making things up as I go along. I am keeping my fruit konnyaku dish as a back up if I don’t come up with anything exotic or new. Since I didn’t have time to shop or do anything else, the konnyaku is making its appearance here.
Blogging every day for 30 days is kinda exciting, not only words flow more freely but I actually grow to love writing more. I started blogging 4 years ago and that blog I started wasn’t this one. I posted pictures and topics that interests me. I made quite a few friends and they remain good friends and most of them still blog. I got my camera and started taking pictures of food, and cooking them. A couple of food blogs were popular three years ago and they were really kind bloggers. They inspired me to start my own. This blog starts to evolve and taking a more solid shape and I am actually very pleased at myself, for sticking to doing something for, well, more than 3 years. Anybody who knows my mother probably would know that I never finish what I started. Classic humanoid character that is. I have always been interested in stories behind people who blogs about food. Mine starts from owning a camera and my reluctance to go outside and shoot outdoor.
I love konnyaku. Everybody loves it. Konnyaku jelly gets famous and becomes household names years ago when it was marketed together with cheap plastic moulds. I always make mine using glass cups. I used the Royal Selangor mould, obviously, and from the top view, these babies look like flowers, don’t they?
Prepare your favorite fruits, I based my fruit choices on their colors. Red, yellow and green. Strawberries, mandarin oranges and kiwi fruit.