Gonna be blogging about my first outdoor shoot for TJM in a long long while! I usually do studio shoots cos I can’t stand the heat but decided to give it a try since Donna wasn’t in Singapore that week. And we did it at Bt Timah railway track @ 9am………!
Some behind the scenes shots!
Hahah I just get weird after awhile.
And here are the proper photos if you haven’t seen it!
Thank you Daniel for being such a good photographer considering he’s an amateur! I really like this collection, especially the forest green romper, tribal bralets (which can match in so many ways!), the red leather skirt, black knitted floral top and the white chillax pants!!! Did I just mention almost everything?
SHOP JUICE 99 HERE NOW!!!
Last week was my 4 years anniversary with Daniel. It was the day he confessed to me, not the day we got together but it’s still very significant to us nonetheless. Couldn’t do much cos I was busy preparing for exam so he brought me out for a picnic at a super serene and picturesque place!
See the little white “building” in the middle? We set up our picnic spot beneath the tree next to it. By the way, this was at lower pierce reservoir…i think.
Outfit by @thejuicemarket ! Will be launching it soon!
The pair of pink sandals I wore in Boracay was also from them! Both pairs are of very decent quality, and also very very affordable. This pair of white flower sandals matches almost everything I wear, and it costs only $19.90!
Thank you for preparing everything and for buying all the food I like! It was a really nice day since we hardly have time to just chill around. Let’s do this again soon k!
Hehe and some camwhore pictures this morning before heading out to study.
Been SUPER busy studying for my exam! Can’t wait for it to end on 9th November!!! Please pardon me for the hiatus and promise I’ll be back with Boracay part 3 soon!
I’ll be sharing my “soba set meal” which can be prepared within 15 mins with the right ingredients at home! I learnt it from my mum when I was younger (not off an online recipe) but it’s still very similar to what you get outside.
Ingredients needed :
– 1 inch diameter of buckwheat/soba noodles
– A small bowl of Soba sauce
– Dried seaweed (amount to your preference)
– 1 Egg
– Just a few drops of sesame seed
– Edamame (amount to your preference)
*For one serving
1. Start by boiling the egg and soba noodles in a pot of boiling water for about 10-15 mins
2. Boil the edamame in a separate pot for 5-7 mins. Afterwards, drain the water out and add some salt to your bowl of edamame.
3. Drain the cooked soba noodles and place the noodles in a bowl with ice. Remove the ice/water when the noodle is cold.
4. Shell the egg and cut into half
5. Prepare the soba sauce.
– Pour about half a cup of soba sauce into a small bowl, add a few drops of sesame seeds and seaweed into it.
6. Garnish the noodles with some seaweed.
IT’S NOW READY!!! DIP THE SOBA NOODLE INTO THE SOBA SAUCE AND EAT AWAY (:
You can switch brands if you want but the above are my preferred ones.
Edamame from Fairprice
Soba sauce from Cold Storage
Sesame seed, bag of seaweed and buckwheat noodles SHOULD be from Isetan (mum got it so idk but she usually gets her jap stuff from isetan)