Sunday, April 3, 2011

Old picture of the day

Here are a few pictures from 2000. I had 1920's make up that day and decided to make it last forever. I think the pictures are so cute, even if the quality leaves much to wish for..
This tiara was a gift from my thoughtful husband <3
(What I don't tell you is that this is actual pictures from 1920's.
I really AM a vampire you see..)

Chocolate Pie and earrings

Me and Fairlight took a stroll on town today. Her birthday is coming up and she had to tell me what she wanted.
We also had my parents in law over for dinner tonight. We had a very nice time.
Here's on our way out. I look like Gigantor next to her!
 Do you mind me tiing my dotted bow?
 Me and my husband baked a chocolate pie for dessert.
It was pure love in my mouth.
 Today my husband bought me those fantastic glamourous earrings I'm wearing. He sure knows how to treat his wife! I love glitter (and him)!
Chocolate Love Pie  12 pieces converter
(Notice: The cake must set for at least 3 hours after it's been baked)
150 g milk chocolate (I used IKEA's)
150 g butter
2½ dl sugar (I'm sure you can use less)
3 eggs
2½ dl wheat flour

200 degree Celsius in the oven.
Put a baking paper at the bottom of an openable baking tin.
Stab the chocolate multiple times, like you would on a heart.
Melt the butter and pour it over the chocolate to make it really dead. Stir.
Put in the deadly ingredient: sugar (and that is NO joke).
Crack the eggs to it and enjoy the sound of a crushing head while doing it.
Shove down the flour and stir the mixture violently intill it's helpless and accommondative.
Pour to the pan, put it in the middle of the oven (be aware - burned chocolate taste awful) for about 15-20 minutes.
Then let set for at least 3 hours before eating the damn thing. I put it on my balcony where I had 10 degrees today (there you got a free weather report from Sweden).

Serve with:
powdered sugar, raspberries and lightly whipped cream

I thought it would taste like pure sugar, but I was wrong. It was soooo good and I really recommend it!