February 4th, 2007

Does My Bomb Look Big In This?

Mardi Gras Alternative - UNITED COLOURS OF BENT

Looking for something a affordable, queer, and alternative to do on Mardi Gras Night - Saturday 3rd March, 2007? Well dust off your leathers, make a strange costume, strip down to your g-string or cum in your best trailer trash outfit for:


Two musical spaces, set over two levels with 6 DJs and 3 suitably trashy performances.

Cum inside the Global Ghetto (Phoenix) to hear dirty, underground tribal, with a global/ middle eastern flavour from DJs Feisty (ZIP) and Chadi (Club Arak).

Dj Feisty

Watch this space to hear what’s in store in for the Trailer Trash (Spectrum) space over coming weeks. Tickets available soon!

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Does My Bomb Look Big In This?

Recipe - Coconut Bread

Today I made some delicious COCONUT BREAD because I was walking through the Norton Street Plaza and I found some amazing curls of shaved coconut in the health food store. It was my first attempt at a sweet bread in the new Bread Machine.
It smelt like heaven as it was baking, drenching the house in warm coconut smells. And it looked pretty darn good too:

You can see the curls of coconut in the crust, and also in the sliced bread... I can't wait to toast some for breakfast tomorrow!

And for pinkandsparkly (and any others who are obsessed with their bread machines) here is the recipe:

Coconut Bread

1      cup unsweetened coconut milk (not cream of coconut)
1     egg yolk
1 1/2     tablespoons vegetable oil (I used Peanut Oil)
1 1/2     teaspoons coconut extract
1            teaspoon vanilla essence
3     cups plain white flour
1    cup coconut (I used shaved coconut)
2 1/2     tablespoons sugar
3/4     teaspoon salt
1 1/2     teaspoons bread machine yeast
1            teaspoon bread improver

1. Add ingredients in the usual order, as specified by your breadmaker.
2. Bake on the SWEET bread setting (on mine, 3hr 20min), I chose a Medium Crust.
3. This makes a 750g loaf.

Next time I would add even more coconut, perhaps substituting one cup of flour for a cup of dessicated coconut.

My partner, now know as The Rotisserie King, made a more traditional roast chicken: