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Friday, December 19, 2014



Finally.. hahaha

X sabar punya pasal. Nak on projek tanam2 herba nih.

Rasa macam foyorrr ja nak tanam herbal cm omputih spt thyme, rosemary smua tu. Tapi, mungkin satu hari nt nak jugak kot buat kt rumah baru. Eh. Eh. Foyorr pun foyorr lah.

Itu kakak Mommy tolong beli & jaga jap pokok daun sup. Mommy x sempat pun nk melawat nursery.

Lepas ni nak pk susun atur bab pokok2 herba nih cenggini plak..

1) Letak kat area balkoni cenggini kan?
2) Gantung hasil2 kat susunan herbs & spices storage gitu..

3) atau simply letak dalam balang cenggini

4) ini cita2 sangat. tapi nan hado la plak kawasannya..

5) ini super bijak!

Uols tahu x sayuran2 lain yang boleh ditanam semula? Ini dia..

Saje lah try cari cara tanam sayur2an mcm kat atas tu (sumber Mommy gugel nih merata2):

Leeks, Scallions, Spring Onions and Fennel
You can either use the white root end of a vegetable that you have already cut, or buy a handful of new vegetables to use specifically for growing.
Simply place the white root end in a glass jar with a little water, and leave it in a sunny position. I keep mine in the kitchen window. The green leafy part of the plant will continue to shoot. When it’s time to cook, just snip off what you need from the green growth and leave the white root end in water to keep growing. Freshen up the water each week or so, and you’ll never have to buy them again.

Lemongrass grows just like any other grass. To propagate it, place the root end (after you’ve cut the rest off) in a glass jar with a little water, and leave it in a sunny position.

Within a week or so, new growth will start to appear. Transplant your lemongrass into a pot and leave it in a sunny outdoor position. You can harvest your lemongrass when the stalks reach around a foot tall – just cut off what you need and leave the plant to keep growing.
Camni kaedahnya:

Celery, Bok Choi, Romaine Lettuce & Cabbage
Similar to leeks, these vegetables will re-grow from the white root end. Cut the stalks off as you normally would, and place the root end in a shallow bowl of water – enough to cover the roots but not the top of your cutting. Place it in a sunny window position, occasionally spraying your cutting with water to keep the top moist.
After a few days, you should start to see roots and new leaves appear. After a week or so, transplant it into soil with just the leaves showing above the level of the soil. The plant will continue to grow, and within a few weeks it will sprout a whole new head.
Alternatively you can plant your cutting directly into soil (without starting the process in water) but you will need to keep the soil very moist for the first week until the new shoots start to appear.

GingerGinger is very easy to re-grow. Simply plant a spare piece of ginger rhizome (the thick knobbly bit you cook with) in potting soil with the newest (ie. smallest) buds facing upward. Ginger enjoys filtered, not direct, sunlight in a warm moist environment.
Before long it will start to grow new shoots and roots. Once the plant is established and you’re ready to harvest, pull up the whole plant, roots and all. Remove a piece of the rhizome, and re-plant it to repeat the process.
Ginger also makes a very attractive house-plant, so if you don’t use a lot of ginger in your cooking you can still enjoy the lovely plant between harvests.

Re-growing potatoes is a great way to avoid waste, as you can re-grow potatoes from any old potato that has ‘eyes’ growing on it. Pick a potato that has robust eyes, and cut it into pieces around 2 inches square, ensuring each piece has at least one or two eyes. Leave the cut pieces to sit at room temperature for a day or two, which allows the cut areas to dry and callous over. This prevents the potato piece from rotting after you plant it, ensuring that the new shoots get the maximum nutrition from each potato piece.
Potato plants enjoy a high-nutrient environment, so it is best to turn compost through your soil before you plant them. Plant your potato pieces around 8 inches deep with the eye facing upward, and cover it with around 4 inches of soil, leaving the other 4 inches empty. As your plant begins to grow and more roots appear, add more soil. If your plant really takes off, mound more soil around the base of the plant to help support its growth.

You can re-grow a plant from just a single clove – just plant it, root-end down, in a warm position with plenty of direct sunlight. The garlic will root itself and produce new shoots. Once established, cut back the shoots and the plant will put all its energy into producing a tasty big garlic bulb. And like ginger, you can repeat the process with your new bulb.

Onions are one of the easiest vegetables to propagate. Just cut off the root end of your onion, leaving a ½ inch of onion on the roots. Place it in a sunny position in your garden and cover the top with soil. Ensure the soil is kept moist. Onions prefer a warm sunny environment, so if you live in a colder climate, keep them in pots and move them indoors during frostier months.
As you use your home-grown onions, keep re-planting the root ends you cut off, and you’ll never need to buy onions again.

Sweet Potatoes
When planted, sweet potato will produce eye-shoots much like a potato. Bury all or part of a sweet potato under a thin layer of soil in a moist sunny location. New shoots will start to appear through the soil in a week or so. Once the shoots reach around four inches in height, remove them and re-plant them, allowing about 12 inches space between each plant. It will take around 4 months for your sweet potatoes to be ready. In the meantime, keep an eye out for slugs… they love sweet potatoes.
To propagate sweet potatoes, it is essential to use an organic source since most commercial growers spray their sweet potatoes to prevent them from shooting.

Mushrooms can be propagated from cuttings, but they’re one of the more difficult vegies to re-grow. They enjoy warm humidity and nutrient-rich soil, but have to compete with other fungus for survival in that environment. Although it is not their preferred climate, cooler environments give mushrooms a better chance of winning the race against other fungi.
Prepare a mix of soil and compost in a pot (not in the ground) so your re-growth is portable and you can control the temperature of your mushroom. I have found most success with a warm filtered light during the day and a cool temperature at night. Just remove the head of the mushroom and plant the stalk in the soil, leaving just the top exposed. In the right conditions, the base will grow a whole new head. (In my experience, you’ll know fairly quickly if your mushroom has taken to the soil as it will either start to grow or start to rot in the first few days).

To re-grow pineapples, you need to remove the green leafy piece at the top and ensure that no fruit remains attached. Either hold the crown firmly by the leaves and twist the stalk out, or you can cut the top off the pineapple and remove the remaining fruit flesh with a knife (otherwise it will rot after planting and may kill your plant). Carefully slice small, horizontal sections from the bottom of the crown until you see root buds (the small circles on the flat base of the stalk). Remove the bottom few layers of leaves leaving about an inch base at the bottom of the stalk.
Plant your pineapple crown in a warm and well drained environment. Water your plant regularly at first, reducing to weekly watering once the plant is established. You will see growth in the first few months but it will take around 2-3 years before you are eating your own home-grown pineapples.

mommy punya plan selepas daun sup
1) halia
2) daun bawang
3) cili
4) kunyit
5) lengkuas

cth2 nak buat pun dah ada kat atas tu. mana yg xde tu, later2 lah cari.

Amacam? Jom geng? Kita tanam sendiri!!

Regards, Mommy Hannah Damia & Ariq Emir

Wednesday, December 17, 2014



Hari2 check blog.. ada komen x? Hahaha. Teruk sanaaat la Mommy nih.

Kadang2 tu dari komen & persoalan orang, Mommy dpt idea nak update entry baru.

Tapi, dari pagi smpai petang, kadang2 blur jugak.

Aiseh sangat!!

Nk update blog pasal apa nih????


Eh.. dah update la! Kihkihkih


bawah ni plak gambar ori dari Customer Mommy, sis Sally. Tq cayammm!

hari ni ramai order Olaf nih.

sebab tengah on sale. Harga asal RM20. Sale sekarang RM17 je!

Postage RM6

Nak order?

PM Mommy @ order terus kat page Lil HDAE Closet

Regards, Mommy Hannah Damia & Ariq Emir

Monday, December 15, 2014



First Cinema Hall with Beds in Moscow

Unusual experiment was carried out by IKEA in Kinostar De Luxe in Khimki. Until December 14, in one of the cinema halls all seats will be replaced on the bed. Depending on the time of the session ticket prices range from 200 to 400 rubles, while the rate for the whole bed (which is in the hall of 16), and how many people you invite to it depends on your desires: you can come with your partner, and possible and the whole family. The aim of the event was the desire to awaken people to the brand love, because we are the closest to each other under a blanket.

**ini betul tau. dorang revamp cinema tu. ish. jgn silap2 haribulan, benda lain jadi. Almaklumla dalam selimut. hihi. x pun, dengkuran yg maha bergema ke. haha. xyah la bwk mai Malaysia.. haha

Regards, Mommy Hannah Damia & Ariq Emir



Untuk mantapkan lagi skill ber-blogging, dengan ini, Mommy dari

ingin mengajak kalian share link korang kat sini. Boleh ke tidak?

Tq tau :)

Regards, Mommy Hannah Damia & Ariq Emir



4 jenis yang Mommy ada la. Hiii. Rasanya ada lagi jenis2 lain tapi Mommy x minat nak jual.
Ok. Serius cun! I x tipu coz 4 jenis NAELOFAR HIJAB nih i dah try. Cuma RM50 sehelai (pos 6) sahaja!!
Jenis2 spt berikut :

1 & 2 : Premium Lycra ada 2 jenis - with & without soft awning (memang bleh labuh. superb cun). X jarang.
3 : Premium Como Crepe (siap metal label). Semi Instant Shawl. X jarang langsung. Cun melecunggg this one. I sendiri jatuh cinta.
4 : Instant Shawl Crepe with pleated. Yg ni perlu inner neck. But still memang cun jugak.

Sape nak?? Tell me ok? Sies memang cun!!

Boleh PM Mommy sendiri atau kt Page Lil HDAE Closet, ok??

Regards, Mommy Hannah Damia & Ariq Emir



Buat pertama kali

Mee Suah Goreng.

Sarapan AE pagi nih.

Resipi Mee Suah Goreng HDAE

Regards, Mommy Hannah Damia & Ariq Emir