2 days after, she still sick and more worse than before. Sometime she look normal in the morning, but always has high fever at night , got bad dream and screamed alot. And with the swine flu out-break around the world, I more and more worry. Again, I took her to pediatrician. This time, doctor said.. 'she is actually healthy kid, just common flu and no antibiotic need, just buzz with vitamins only'
Hmm.. i can take a breath a little bit, no need to worry.. but honest to GOD, I couldn't do regular activity, she just want me 'around' her . That was probably good for me too. To take a rest for while.
No bake(ing), No 'hard' cook(ing), No chatt(ing), No face book(ing) !! LOL. But, you know me, I can't just relax do nothing, so I made a little toy for her, to make her smile . It was hard little bit, since I have no basic sewing skill, and finally I made it after 3 days struggle to put leg together hahahahah..
Finally after 10 days , she back on the track, she feels more better and already has special request, she said : "mommy, I want a rainbow cake"
Oh, well.. its time to back to the kitchen :D
A Rainbow Cake
220g caster sugar
150g all purpose flour, sifted
50 g corn flour (maizena)
100g butter, melted
1 tbsp emulsifier
1 tsp rosen water (I found this from International Grocery Store, the aroma was good)
1 tsp pandan food coloring
1 tsp chocolate powder, dissolved with 1 tsp hot water
Chocolate for decorating (additional)
Butter Cream frosting
100 g vegetable shortening
300g powder sugar (icing sugar)
2 tbsp condense milk
Preheat the oven to 350 F. Prepare 3 - 8inch round cake tins, lined with baking paper.
Beat the eggs , sugar, emulsifier until pale, thick and tripled in volume. Fold in the flour and butter . Divide into 3 medium bowl, and add food coloring in every bowl, mix gently. Pour into the tins.
Bake for 12-15 minutes or until springy to the touch.
Meanwhile, make the frosting.
Beat all ingredients until pale and creamy, about 6-8 minutes. Spread into the cake and decor with chocolate if desire