Two more days left to the Academy Awards. I'm all excited. Have you watched any of the nominated films yet? I have watched The Descendants, Iron Lady and Midnight in Paris. I wanna watch My week with Marilyn but no chance..
blom sempat nak melanun..he he
I'm not sure whether you will share the sentiment as me, but Meryl Streep deserves her long awaited Oscar this year.(Even though she has won two Oscars previously) Her role in Iron Lady is simply stunning. Michelle William should win but naah, not this year babe.. he he The Descendants should win Best Picture while my handsome man, Clooney should win Best Actor.
I'm so gonna lepak on my old cushion sofa and watch the show this Monday morning. I know it's a boring ceremony..I can tweet while watching that. There'll be a live telecast on Channel Five and Billy Chrystal will be back as a host. Arggh..I want Eddie Murphy or Ellen! BTW, do you know that Kodak theather is no longer referred to as such..Kodak lost it naming rights due to its bankruptcy...Pity.
Anyway..enough with the Oscar. I gain nothing..just an entertainment. Let's talk about this dessert. The original name is Milkado Cage. I used Pocky sticks, instead of Milkado, thus the name change.
Anyone craving for chocolaty, velvety and scrumptiously sweet dessert? If so, you should whip this up. Yerp, this dessert is a bit of work, but trust me.. you'll satisfy with the end result. I halved the recipe and got 4 glasses out of it.
The dessert consists of 3 parts; the upper banana mousse, the bottom chocolate cream and the Pocky cage. The best way to eat this dessert is by 'dipping' the Pocky sticks with both layer. Nyum!