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Project 366 2020 – WEEK 26

Bismillah Hir Rahman Ir Raheem

Peace and blessings be upon you all

Sunday, 21st June

The trailer of Christopher Nolan’s movie, Tenet, has come out! It hasn’t revealed very much but given some idea about the movie. His previous movies include Dark Knight series, Interstellar and Dunkirk which are amazing, so I’m really excited!

Monday, 22nd June

Here’s this week’s menu of our takeaway option. I suggested that my family orders food from BLT – Beef, Lettuce, Tomato. They have great burgers and other dishes like Surf and Turf ones. Good news, my family was very happy with my choice.

Tuesday, 23rd June

Today was a thunderous day with intense rain, wind and dust entering my eyes. Here’s a highlight of that day.

Wednesday, 24th June

The after-effects of yesterday’s thunder was a lot of broken branches, scattered leaves and fallen trees (the thin ones atleast), like the one in the lawn in front of my house. I was very sad as it has remained a lone yet firm tree ever since I moved here and nothing could bring it down. My dogs would always run around this tree but now……I hope you lived well, tree.

Thursday, 25th June

I’d recently watched a movie called Arrival, which I loved and cried at the end of so I wrote a review about it. A commenter referred me to the book it was based on; Story of Your Life by Ted Chiang. The story is character are more or less the same with a couple of alterations but what I felt lacking a bit in the movie related to understanding of language was fulfilled in this book. As I’m learning Arabic, it interested me very much.

The book is a short story, 32 pages long, and a very interesting read if you wish to learn about the depth of language.

Friday, 26th June

Behold, a shorter than usual cheesecake baked by me! It tasted great but it turned out that the baking plate in my spring foam pan does not attack firmly to the sides of the tray so about 3/4 of my filling went down the drain. Even the biscuit base couldn’t hold it.

At first, I thought to bake the filling and base separately but taking the filling out of a cake tray would be a disaster like last time. Hence, I decided to bake the base for 20mins, then add the filling and back it for 40mins and i turned out great! I just wished I had the rest of the filling left so that my cheesecake could be taller.

Saturday, 27th June

Source: Amazon

I got the PDF file of The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes, the new book written by Suzanne Collins which is a prequel of the Hunger Games trilogy. I can’t wait to read it!

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16 replies on “Project 366 2020 – WEEK 26”

That takeaway food sounds so good. I think I would have gone with the Crusted Potato Chicken.
It sounds like you had a big storn. We had some thunder and rain today but it didn’t last long.
Well done with the cheesecake. x

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The cheesecake looks lovely. I’ve seen that book cover advertised, but hadn’t realised it was a prequel. I’ve read the others in the series so might give it a go.

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The thunderstorms in Pakistan are so intense compared to the ones we get here. Remember often feeling frightened at how loud they were!

The cheesecake looks good!

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That does look like a very stormy sky. What a shame the storms brought the tree down. That would have made me feel sad too. The cheesecake looks yummy even if you did lose a lot of the filling. #project366

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Cor blimey, that was one heck of a sky and clearly on heck of a storm! Sorry you lost the tree that had so many memories, such a shame to lose a tree in such a way.
I loved Dunkirk, so will definitely keep any eye out for Tenet, I guess films have been pushed right back now. If Covid hadn’t happened, I would have probably watched Top Gun 2 at least 3 times by now… unfortunately I have to wait for Christmas until it is finally released! 😦 Hope you have had a lovely week! Sim x

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Yeah, I feel sad about the tree. True, I was so excited for a local movie called Legend of Maula Jatt, & The Quiet Place part 2 (which was to release by end of March. Uggh!!) Now I have to wait for all of them

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That cheesecake looks so tasty and I do love a good storm. I have not heard of Tenet so will look the trailer up as loved Dunkirk

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Your cheesecake looks delicious. I wrap the lower part of the spring form into foil, so that it’s a tight squeeze when I insert it inside, and the cheesecake doesn’t leak through. Haven’t heard of Tenet, will try to find the trailer online. Poor tree! The stormy sky looks threatening.

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Wow, that’s a seriously dark sky, I’m not surprised there were storms. Sorry to hear about your tree – very sad ! The cheesecake looks great – what a shame that you ost some of the topping. Maybe you could put foil in the base of the pan next time? Oooh I loved Hunger Games, I didn’t know there was a prequel so that sounds great 🙂 Love the sound of your takeway too – yummm !

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So far we have only had to take out curry. I really need to expand our options as a burger sounds great. Sorry about the tree, hopefully, half of it is salvageable. Good job on the cheesecake I have not made one for ages.

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