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Tuesday, October 12, 2010

MaCaM2 Lagi Bentuk CokLat..yummy...

Agak2 kn...syg xnak mkn coklat2 yg cantik lg menarik ni???



AniSa CokLaT..yummyy...(aniscoklat.blogspot.com)

MeNeriMa TemPahAn CokLat dan MeNyediaKan KeLas Asas MemBuat CokLat

Coklat yang ditawarkan:
  • Coklat box : Coklat box love,  coklat box rectangular, coklat box oval, coklat box 4segi, coklat box bulat
  • Coklat grafik
  • Coklat hantaran
  • Coklat doorgift
  • Lolichoc
  • Coklat kad ucapan
  • Coklat bear
  • Coklat oreo


1)Isi Borang Pesanan (kat Penghujung Blog)
3)Quotation harga dari anisa coklat.
4) PAYMENT ke ac anisa coklat sebagai PENGESAHAN PESANAN
(hanya confirmation order yang akan dimasukkan ke dalam list order ).Emelkan bukti pembayaran.

4) Delivery/pick up sendiri pada tarikh yang dipersetujui.
 atau hubungi

hp: 013-3944064

alamat : Seri Kembangan,Selangor
(dekat Jusco Equine/Pasar Borong Selangor)

MAYBANK 163019415501

CIMB 12490083024525



(yuran RM180)
(KELAS ADA PADA SETIAP WEEKEND, EMAIL anis_464@yahoo.com.my untuk pertanyaan lanjut)

YURAN RM180.00
( 09 PG - 2 PTG)
Topik meliputi:
1) Sejarah, jenis dan perbezaan coklat.
2) Cara-cara membuat inti praline coklat
3) teknik 'tempering' coklat Couverture yang mudah di rumah
4) 'European Style' menggunakan coklat compound (coklat strawberry/orange delight, coklat lollichoc, coklat oreo,coklat edible).
5) teknik mewarna
6) Nama dan alamat pembekal coklat dan peralatan yang berkenaan.
7) cara pembungkusan , cara penjagaan mold dan cara sebutharga.
Kelas terhad hanya kepada 4-5 orang sahaja
(anda akan membawa balik I kg coklat yg yummy..yummy)
Packaging(Kotak Bertingkap/Special Box/Bekas Transparent)
Blueberry/Perasa Mint

Cornflakes bersalut coklat
Badam bersalut Coklat.

Peta ke Taman Desaminium Rimba (dekat Jusco Equine Park dan Pasar Borong Selangor)

Peta ke Taman Desaminium Rimba (dekat Jusco Equine Park dan Pasar Borong Selangor)

Kos Delivery
Sabah dan Serawak
RM48 utk 0 - 5 kg pertama
tambahan RM3 utk setiap penambahan kilo

Seluruh Semenanjung Malaysia
RM15 utk 0 - 5 kg pertama
Tambahan RM2 utk setiap penambahan kilo

Anda boleh meletakkan gambar sendiri di coklat. Tambahan bayaran dikenakan utk tujuan tersebut. Pastikan order dibuat 10 hari lebih awal dan gambar mesti dalam format .jpg serta melebihi 700 pixel,supaya kualiti gambar terhasil adalah yang terbaik. 





Borang Pesanan

No.Kod Coklat
Butiran Order (Tema warna, Filling dll)
Jika ada tulisan
Info untuk Penghantaran (Jika Delivery) (Tarikh, Nama Penerima, Alamat Lengkap, No hp penerima)
No Hp
Email Address:

Tuesday, October 5, 2010


TELNET is a network protocol used on the Internet or local area networks to provide a bidirectional interactive text-oriented communications facility via a virtual terminal connection. User data is interspersed in-band with TELNET control information in an 8-bit byte oriented data connection over the Transmission Control Protocol (TCP).
Telnet was developed in 1969 beginning with RFC 15, extended in RFC 854, and standardized as Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) Internet Standard STD 8, one of the first Internet standards.

Historically, telnet provided access to a command-line interface (usually, of an operating system) on a remote host. Most network equipment and operating systems with a TCP/IP stack support a Telnet service for remote configuration (including systems based on Windows NT). Because of security issues with Telnet, its use for this purpose has waned in favor of SSH.

The term telnet may also refer to the software that implements the client part of the protocol. Telnet client applications are available for virtually all computer platforms. Telnet is also used as a verb. To telnet means to establish a connection with the Telnet protocol, either with command line client or with a programmatic interface. For example, a common directive might be: "To change your password, telnet to the server, login and run the passwd command." Most often, a user will be telnetting to a Unix-like server system or a network device (such as a router) and obtain a login prompt to a command line text interface or a character-based full-screen manager.

Telenet was a commercial packet switched network which went into service in 1974. It was the first packet-switched network service that was available to the general public. Various commercial and government interests paid monthly fees for dedicated lines connecting their computers and local networks to this backbone network. Free public dialup access to Telenet, for those who wished to access these systems, was provided in hundreds of cities throughout the United States.

TiMe ManaGemeNt TiPs

People are constantly complaining saying they wish they had more time in a day. The fact of the matter if you learn proper time management your time your life would be less stressful and you would actually get more done in less time.

If you are someone who is always running short on time. Then continue reading this article on time management tips then start taking action by applying them in your life every day. If you do you will soon experience less stress and easily getting your daily tasks done in a breeze.

Here are 6 Easy Steps to Properly Manage Your Time.

1. Do not let others interfere with your schedule. This is so important because that is just what happens some calls or stops by and the next thing you know 2 to 3 hours has gone by and you are now way behind.

2. Make a list of what needs done every day as well as weekly tasks. This will really help you complete them because most people try to keep track of all of this in their mind. The next thing you know you are forgetting about this and that and it does not get done. Then you fall behind.

3. Keep a schedule of your list in a daily planner this way at a glance you can see exactly what you need to be working on and when. This makes your life so much easily and less stressful.

4. Learn to delegate chores and tasks out to others. This really helps to easy the load and you are able to do other more important things.

5. Try and combined trips to the store with other trips doing other errands this way it cuts down on your time running errands. Then it frees up time to do something you want to do like one of your favorite hobbies.

6. Limit the amount of time you spend on the phone, computer or watching television because all of these activities are time stealers. Once that time is gone it is gone.

I hope these time management tips are helpful to you

Monday, October 4, 2010


THE DIGESTIVE SYSTEMThe Digestive System contains organs for changing the food we eat chemically, for absorption by our body tissues. It is also responsible for processing food, and breaking it down into usable protein, minerals, carbohydrates and fats and other substances. The digestion process involves breaking food down into simple soluble substances absorbable by tissues.

The digestion process begins in your mouth when you start eating. The salivary glands produce secretions that are mixed with the food. The saliva breaks down starches into dextrin and maltose. Then it goes down your esophagus in peristaltic waves to the stomach. This only takes a matter of seconds. The stomach contains gastric juice and the gastric juice contains chemicals such as hydrochloric acid and some enzymes, including pepsin, rennin, and lipase.

THE DIGESTIVE SYSTEMPepsin breaks proteins into peptones and proteases. Rennin separates milk into liquid and solid portions, and lipase acts on fat. Another function of stomach digestion is to gradually release materials into the upper small intestine, where digestion is completed.

After the solid food has been digested, the fluid remaining is called chyme. When it is thoroughly digested it passes through the pylorus sphincter to the small intestine. Here in the small intestine all the nutrients are absorbed from the chyme into the bloodstream leaving the rest as unusable residue. This residue passes through the colon or large intestine to the rectum. The solid waste, called feces, then passes through the canal and the anus.

Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Health Benefit of Water

How much water should you drink each day? It's a simple question with no easy answers. Studies have produced varying recommendations over the years, but in truth, your water needs depend on many factors, including your health, how active you are and where you live.
Although no single formula fits everyone, knowing more about your body's need for fluids will help you estimate how much water to drink each day.

Water is your body's principal chemical component and makes up about 60 percent of your body weight. Every system in your body depends on water. For example, water flushes toxins out of vital organs, carries nutrients to your cells and provides a moist environment for ear, nose and throat tissues.
Lack of water can lead to dehydration, a condition that occurs when you don't have enough water in your body to carry out normal functions. Even mild dehydration can drain your energy and make you tired. 

How much water do you need?

Every day you lose water through your breath, perspiration, urine and bowel movements. For your body to function properly, you must replenish its water supply by consuming beverages and foods that contain water.
So how much water does the average, healthy adult living in a temperate climate need? In general, doctors recommend 8 or 9 cups.