Parting is such sorrowful sorrow December 23, 2010 1.9 Others Tomorrow we bid farewell to what has been our second home for the last few years. I baked a cake to commemorate the day. Sniff. Share this post!FacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsAppLike this:Like Loading... Related Share this Facebook Messenger Twitter Pinterest Whatsapp Email 365days2play 3 Comments I can imagine how nostalgic you must feel. I still feel nostalgia over my old office and colleagues. your cake look soooo yummy!! love the blue icing! Sigh…here marks the end of an era. On a happier note, everyone liked the cake. Do you still keep in touch with your colleagues? It’s a little bit different in the sense you can always visit them at the old place. I can’t do that anymore because it doesn’t exist anymore. […] pretty easy to make too. I had a few naked oranges with me after using their zest for the earlier orange and almond cake (the farewell cake). This orange marmalade cake uses orange juice instead of zest. The original recipe called for […] Comments are closed. Previous Story Mr Teh Tarik Next Story Lava East Restaurant, Bar & Gallery Latest from 1.9 Others What to see at Singapore Garden Festival 2018 The biennial Singapore Garden Festival is back again and this is the 7th edition. SGF is 7 unique places in Singapore to watch the Fifa World Cup Russia 2018 1. Watch it with tourists all around the world â€“ Changi Airport Photo Credit : Changi 70 Best places in Singapore to watch the 2018 Fifa World Cup Russia Need some ideas on where in Singapore to watch the 2018 World Cup held in Russia? Eatigo App – How to enjoy 50% discount at hotel restaurants and popular restaurants in Singapore If you like to dine out often, youâ€™d probably keep an eye out for promotions and 5 great book recommendations for toddlers aged 1.5 – 2 years Prior to having Edward, I loved going to the bookshops to browse cookbooks and food magazines.