For the next part of the challenge, I am already more than a week late because of work, where it is just one of those week when everything that could go wrong, actually went wrong. I wrote to the people at Royal Selangor that I have to drop out of the challenge but I will still complete the 30 posts. And, for the people who don’t know it yet, I agreed to take part of a 30 day challenge by Royal Selangor, a pewter making company, to create recipes using these cone-shaped mould designed by Nick Munro in this October for Breast Cancer Awareness cause. That is why you have been seeing a lot of booby shaped food in this blog, and nine others.
For my 20th birthday, I was working at a restaurant in the city and the chef, who is a dear friend of mine, made a huge birthday cake in form of baked alaska. He lit it up on fire at this birthday party they held for me. It was pretty impressive, as many people had never seen or eaten baked alaska before. It was a cake with style.
Again, not my most original idea, but I had huge craving for some chocolate ice cream. So after I churned out a batch of the ice cream, I froze some on the mould and decided to make one.
I had never made it before, but with so many disasters going on, there’s nothing that could go more wrong, I suppose. Let’s burn some ice cream.