During the time of pandemic and being stuck at home for a long long time, our mental health will be greatly affected. But food always heals me. Taking care of myself by eating nutritional food helps to uplift my mood. As July is National Blueberry month, I can’t say no to blueberries as they beckon to be savored at the peak of perfection!
If you’re starting out in baking, one of the easiest things to bake is good old fashioned cookies. They’re popular amongst children, easy to sell at bake sales and definitely a good dish to bring to parties or potlucks with friends. During Malaysian festivals such as Hari Raya and Chinese New Year, cookies are also the go-to snacks to have in your house when you expect plenty of visitors since cookies are easy to make in large batches.
Despite them being easy to make, there are some fundamental tips and tricks you can follow to prepare, bake and store cookies the proper way. Here are some of the tips.
Yesterday is the start of Movement Control Order as announced by Prime Minister of Malaysia in order to stop the spread of Covid-19. I strongly suggest everyone to stay home and cook your own meals to minimize the risk of getting contracting this disease to the lowest. Staying at home for 14 days is pretty suffering but if this partial lockdown fails, it will turn to total lockdown and the duration will be extended. Imagine it… I’m sure you don’t want that, right? So let’s try our very best together, alright?