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review: infinite delight

10 November 2011 in food review 2 Comments
review: infinite delight

Tried these cookies when I had to do a wedding for one of my long-term clients in bali. And surprisingly it was made by one of my sweetest clients as well. Curious, I tried the cookies, and it was surprisingly delightful. I mean when I saw the package, it was really sweet, simple and elegant. It represents the bride and groom at that moment (everyone who attended the party would have agreed with me I'm sure! ). At first, when I tried the chocolate chip cookies, it was quite common ...

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review: berroca vitamin C

10 November 2011 in food review 0 Comment
review: berroca vitamin C

It was recommended by one of my clients, saying that she had been counting on this whenever she had exams and important project deadlines. it is like a redbull, performance booster, just that, this contains vitamin C and B complex ( B complex is known for making the body work fresher and improve health after illness ). One thing I know is this thing really works. Once you drink up the liquid, you will feel more energized. Although the effect wears out about 3-4 hours later (again this is NOT ...

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fruit salad with muesli

11 March 2011 in recipes 1 Comment
fruit salad with muesli

Salads always a special place in my heart. I mean i really love the mixture of either veges or fruits with suitable sauces! Nyummmm So I saw this homemade mayonnaise made by my mom sitting right there at the corner of her fridge. So I brought it home and made something with it. Since it has a little bit of sweetness, I reckoned it will be nice with fruits. Both sweet and sour ones. Here, I add apples (fuji RRC), navel sunkists, carrots ( I shredded into small noodles ), potatoes ...

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bitter gourd snack

1 March 2011 in food review 0 Comment
bitter gourd snack

It is deffinitely not many people's favorite. Most people complaint about its bitterness. However, I find this snack very interesting. Bit of bitterness in the end, but it mainly tastes sweet and salty. This is the dried bittergourd. They use machines to draw out waters from the vegetable, leaving the meats, very crispy. Love love this!

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homemade fruit punch

6 February 2011 in recipes 0 Comment
homemade fruit punch

My family had this recipes. Not really sure where it started from, but it's really like the family's secret recipe. Not many found the way to it. The key is not too sour yet not too sweet. Balancing the taste of all the tropical fruits into one. Basically anything can go inside. As long as it doesn't go out of taste. Passion fruit syrup, lemon and young coconut water is a must. The rest just add accordingly. Here I add some lychee, guava, and soursop juice. I like to have some ...

pagoda chai

10 January 2011 in food review 0 Comment
pagoda chai

Bought this from a fruit market ( Jakarta fruit ) nearby my house. It looked so nice and green. I mean look at the shape, isn't it fantastic? I mean the creation of GOD? Besides the shape, the taste ( I just stir fry this with lots of garlic and oyster sauce ) was kinda ordinary. Nothing special. Taste almost like pak choi and that's all. This is especially nice for those who has special occasions and you serve the dish like a few flowers together. It will be a ...

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bakmi Asui

7 January 2011 in food review 0 Comment
bakmi Asui

bakmi asuiWent to one of my frequent noodle shop nearby my house, in Tj. Duren. This is like an old brand that many people doesn't really know (coz it is located near the housing complex instead of the big main street). I first tasted this when my boyfriend ( now my husband ) brought me there since he knows I'm a big fan of noodles. It looks like one of the noodles you can find anywhere else, but the amazing thing here is that you can choose which parts of the chicken ...

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rujak emping

3 January 2011 in food review 0 Comment
rujak emping

As promised, I will review on the rujak emping I ate last month from my trip to Singkawang, pontianak. The materials seems simple though, nothing too fancy. Just some cucumber, bengkoang, and pineapples. But it is the sauce that tastes amazing. There was sweet, and sour. And the crushed peanuts were also great combo. I think the peanuts were baked first before it was crushed. Besides there were also my favorite emping, it was nicely blended in with the whole thing. It is deffinitely something to look for if I'm going back ...

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soya udon

30 December 2010 in recipes 0 Comment
soya udon

boiling soya udonHad bEen cooking since the christmas! Coz I had to finish for what was left from my mom's fridge since she left for Singapore ( hiksss! ). And since my mom have 3 fridges, she had lots of veges and meats and fishes left. This is a kind of traditional udon style I combined from all kinds of udon I've tried so far.. 1. Cut the tuna (maguro) in tubes. That way, it's easier to draw the essence out of the fish. 2. On the other hand, cut some ...

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pengkang – bugis food

7 December 2010 in food review , General , personal 0 Comment
pengkang - bugis food

Tired. Exhausted. Curious. Fun. All in one. Has been travelling the whole day just to get to my bride yesterday. Went to airport at 11, checked in, 1.35 flight, and travel by car for 4,5 hours just to get here. This is the speciality food we found at the road side, pontianak's suburban on the way to singkawang. It tastes like lemper, but without the chix, yet replaced with dried ebi (little prawns, like ). Cheap and nice snack ( Rp. 5000/batang (and there is 2 in 1 batang ). It ...

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