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6-7 Nutella Souffle

8-9 Rainbow Pancakes

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INGREDIENTS 2 Eggs, Separated ½ cup of Nutella 2 Tbsp of Granulated Sugar ¼ tsp of Salt ½ tsp of Vanilla Extract ¼ tsp of Cream of Tartar

PROCEDURE 1) Preheat the oven to 375 degrees. Spray two 6 oz ramekins with non-stick spray, dust each ramekin with some cocoa powder and set aside. 2) In a large bowl, whisk the egg whites with the cream of tartar until they develop stiff peaks, set aside. 3) In another bowl, using the same whisk, beat together the egg yolks and sugar until thick and pale. 4) Add the nutella and mix until you have a smooth creamy mixture. 5) Gently fold in 1/3 of the egg whites to loosen up the better a bit then fold in the remaining egg whites. 6) Fold in the remaining egg whites, divide the mixture between the two ramekins and bake them for 15 to 17 minutes or until they have puffed up but still have a little giggle in the center. 7) Serve immediately!

rainpancakes bow INGREDIENTS

3 cups all-purpose flour 3 tablespoons white sugar 3 teaspoons baking powder 1 1/2 teaspoons baking soda 3/4 teaspoons salt 3 cups buttermilk 1/2 cups milk 3 eggs 1/3 cup melted butter


1. Combine flour, sugar, baking powder, baking soda, and salt. In a separate bowl, beat buttermilk, milk, eggs and melted butter. 2. Pour the wet mixture into the dry mixture, using a wooden spoon or fork to blend. Stir until combine. 3. Heat a lightly oiled griddle or frying pan over medium high heat. 4. Divide the batter into 7 equal bowls. Then add food colorings (red, pink, orange, yellow, blue, purple, and green) to the mixture, stir until combine. 5. Pour or scoop the batter onto the griddle. Cook until the batter starts to thicken and bubble up around a minute then flip the pancake and cook for another minute. 6. Serve with some butter and maple syrup

Raspberry Cubes INGREDIENTS Raspberry frozen or fresh


or any soda lemonade

Mint leaves optional


1. Add the raspberry into the ice trays. 2. Pour in lenonade or any kind of drinkinto the ice tray, filling about 3/4 way. 3. Put the ice tray into te freezer for at least 4 hours or until harden. 4. Serve with lemonade and


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14-15 Alcohol Based Markers

16-17 Pop Art

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ALCOHOL BASED MARKERS Alcohol based markers differ from water based markers in that the color is suspended in alcohol,rather than water. This means that alcohol based markers are not water soluable, but are alcohol soluable. Alcohol based markers tend to be permanent, and you can use them to mark on just about anything. Alcohol based markers tend to perform much better than water based markers. Alcohol based markers allow artist to blend in colors easily and smoothly, unlike water based which will tear the paper apart.

There's a variety of uses for alcohol based markers, and for each use, there seems to be a marker that suits that need. From stamping to fine illustration, graffiti to card makining, archecture there's plenty of options to choose from. Price varies depending on the brand. Prices start from 30 baht to over 130 baht. The different brands offer over 100 different shades of color.

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Pop Art, an abbreviation of ‘popular art’, is a movement inspired by popular culture that originated in England in the 1950s and traveled overseas to the United States during the 1960s. The term Pop art was first used by the English critic, Lawrence Alloway, describing all post-war work centered on consumerism and materialism. Pop Art made commentary on contemporary society and culture, particularly consumerism, by using popular images and icons and incorporating and re-defining them in the art world. Often subjects were derived from advertising and product packaging, celebrities, and comic strips . The images are presented with a combination of humor, criticism and irony. In doing this, the movement put art into terms of everyday, contemporary life. It also helped to decrease the gap between "high art" and "low art" and eliminated the distinction between fine art and commercial art methods.

LIGHTBLUB INSPIRATION: Pointilism, Georges Seurat “Try to look at things in a bigger perspective, you might see something different.”

GRA THAI PATTERN INSPIRATION: Ajarn Prasong Pattamanuch Overlapping objects

APHIC Life is an Experiment INSPIRATION: atom and flask “Because life is like an experiment, you’ve to keep on trying until you succeed.”

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