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Ginger Bread Cookies By A Happy Little Chef (4)

Thursday, September 18, 2008 by , under , ,

LK, JP, Janine, & little Benjamin spent an afternoon with us 2 days ago while they were waiting for the power company to restore power to their house since Hurricane IKE hit.

The problem was that we don't have many toys to entertain the 4 years old Janine. What was there to do? Bake of course, suggested Faye, since Janine loves to help out in the kitchen, according to her mom.

So Janine help Faye and Yee make the dough. Then they cut out the shape of ginger bread man and various other things Janine like. It was a lot of fun thanks to our happy little chef, Janine!

The Making of Ginger Bread
Let the professional take care of the job.

Happy Little Chef
Roll, cut, smile!

Lots of Smile and Work
More works and smiles!

Ginger Bread Cookies
Finally, it's done!

Ginger Bread Man Cookies
According to Janine, this is daddy, mommy, and little Benjamin.

Ginger Bread House
Master creation of Yee. She spent a lot of time on this. I thought it looks amazing. Janine said this is "COOL"!

Chicken Dumbling
While Janine is busy making cookies, JP is busy preparing dinner for all of us. If you have tasted JP's cooking, you know her food never fail to impress. This is her creation, chicken dumpling, and yes it's very delicious!


4 Reply to "Ginger Bread Cookies By A Happy Little Chef"

BHL on September 19, 2008 at 10:39 AM

Nice, which lens did you use to take these photos?


Colin Woon on September 19, 2008 at 11:01 AM


I used the Canon EF 28-105 Standard Zoom lens.


卡珞 on May 15, 2009 at 9:41 AM

Wow, what a nice shot!!! The ginger bread cookies looks yummy yummy! Can I have one from the little cutie chef? Hehehe... By the way, are you using Canon model 5D or 1D ar?! The lens is great!


Colin Woon on May 15, 2009 at 10:31 AM

The ginger bread cookies was good but the little cutie chef stop making it since then, maybe I should ask her to open the kitchen again.

I'm using Canon 400D, I wish I'm using a 5D or 1D though. :)


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