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once upon a norza

i am norza and this is my blog
 

jackpot...!

...cos I baked 3x within a month. weird, I know. but it's a good feeling because I got to do something different (and fun!) than photography. Maybe this is becoming a new hobby.

Fight Creative Exhaustion

When you have to be creative on-demand in your day job, things can get very tiring. Adding new creative muscles will help you feel and think differently, especially if they’re in a totally different field. There are lots of benefits to taking up a new art:

1.Feed your need to be creative without worrying about making money.
2.Make creative connections and be exposed to new influences.
3.Take a break from working on a screen.
4.Learn things that’ll influence your day job.

from Creativity Reloaded: Why You Should Try New Creative Activities

Now back to my baking adventure, I did smores brownies.


These brownies have a crunchy graham cracker crust on the bottom and a layer of rich chocolate brownies in the middle, all topped with toasted marshmallows and semi-sweet chocolate chunks. They’re a chocolatey crunchy ooey gooey mess just like real s’mores. You’re going to love them!

from The Craving Chronicles

yes, I LOVE them but the marshmallow part was a real mess and really tricky. The crust didn't stick that well and crumbled (must be a lack of butter) and my brownie is a bit too dry (i like mine chewy!) and not sweet enough (I made the mistake of mixing the flour in first instead of last). I didn't add enuff sugar this time round (only 1/3 cup). Well, the marshmallow balanced the taste of this treat but I gotta use more sugar next time. There will definitely be a next time for this recipe.
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