Hazelnut Opera Cake
After months of school in Taiwan, I’ve realised that there’s something scarily wrong in society. It may be the influence of the media, according to my analysis, that’s making girls feel that they have to conform to the media’s definition of what is “beauty” in order to fit into society. My skinny underweight friends in medicine complain that they are too fat while their chests are as flat as most guys and even flatter than some guys (you know, those who work out). They set weight loss goals which would turn them into skeletons while the other girls, still slim but of acceptable weight, whine about how they need to lose weight all the time. Its downright annoying, and to an extent, even disturbing.
I can’t understand why people can’t accept their weight for what it has been the last 5 years of their lives (the same weight since past puberty). My other friends tell me its because guys like girls that way– bony and slim– and so girls, in order to attract the guys they like, want to look skinny for them. Honestly, I doubt guys enjoy girls yapping to them about how they should lose weight without fail everyday. I believe its not the guys’ fault. True love is about loving the person for who he or she is, accepting the person for being him/herself, whether he/she is thin or fat, ugly or beautiful (everyone’s bound to get old one day). Trying to make yourself look skinnier to attract guys, or just because you want to look like a model is wrong. Its alright to believe in yourself, and to believe in God, because He will lead us to the right person.
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Alright, and what better than a calorific Hazelnut Opera Cake to end this post?
In case you were wondering, here’s the layering of the cake components from top to bottom:
This recipe was adapted from Honeybee Sweets
Recipe for Coffee French Buttercream was adapted from 萧影欢城
For the text version of this recipe, click here: Hazelnut opera cake