Thursday, October 1, 2009

Homemade Yoghurt

today is the 60th anniversary of the peoples republic of china.
not a huge deal for me but i'm not complaining as i get a day off work. well not only me, so does the rest of hong kong.

we've had terrible weather here the last few days as we got lashed with heavy rain from the typhoon which caused all that death and devastation in the philippines, vietnam and cambodia.

hope their suffering ends soon...
today hong kong woke up to a sunny day but i've decided to stay at home and relax.

whipped up some delicious homemade yoghurt last night so it was ready to be enjoyed today.
as i didn't add any sugar to the yoghurt i drizzled it with the best honey in the world; manuka honey from new zealand.

i think food always tastes so much better when using the "right" dish.
my yoghurt works best using these small bowls which k-chan's mum made for us.

mmm, might just be about time for an afternoon nap...


karin said...

wow, I guess it's the perfect yoghurt.

Luuworld said...

home made yoghurt. sounds like hard work! is it? anyway, i totally agree: food tastes better in nice dishes.

funny you're a napper. i love naps too. i'm very "old man" in that sense. lol

thwany said...

that looks yummy

hiki said...

hmmmm looks yummy! i love having manuka honey on yoghurt. And those little bowls are wonderful!

world of sekimachihato said...

* Karin
thanks for stopping by.
yup, it's the perfect yoghurt in my book.

world of sekimachihato said...

* Luuworld
actually... i kinda cheated.
i have a so called "yoghurt maker" but i still have to mix a lot of stuff together!

i never used to be a napper but as k-chan is i can't resist to join in on a nap while the sun is still shining.
i find myself napping for 30 minutes before i go out for a big night too. age huh...

world of sekimachihato said...

* thwany
hey, you came via Luuworld right?
thanks, it was super yummy.

hope to see you back here.

world of sekimachihato said...

* hiki
you like manuka honey too? i guessed you tried that when you were in australia? or maybe you got to visit new zealand too while you were down under?!
these bowls are great, handmade by k-chan's okaasan makes them extra special.
the size makes them perfect for yoghurt, olives or tsukemono!

lea said...

no i haven't seen this post before! it looks delicious! how do you make it?

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