Weekly Word Challenge : Food / Makanan


I love culinary adventures, and sometimes (but more often recently) I take some photos of them. When I saw this challenge, I wanna share it to you all, particularly Indonesian cuisine at least some of them. As Indonesian food is various depend on the region as well as external influences, but the typical one is…

(Goody Foody Indonesia) : Open Sandwich with tempe-tofu burger


During my vacation in my hometown, Malang, East Java, I wasn’t as diligent as when I was in Jakarta. I just slept a lot, went somewhere, had a chat with my family, went out together as well as joking. Sometimes I cooked for them, and finally for new year’s eve I decided to make something…

(Weekly Photo Challenge) : INSIDE / BAGIAN DALAM


Do you know the inside? Some are covered, but some are uncovered Mysterious and vulgar in occassion What do you think? For this week’s challenge Inside Tay Kak Sie (Gang Lombok) Temple, Semarang, Indonesia  Inside Lumpia   Inside filled Tofu Salam Manis Nono

Travel Theme : Sweet/Manis


For me, even though life is hard and bitter in one time But in many times, life is as sweet as these cakes. You can enjoy life sweetness even within bitterness. As long as you know how to overcome it. Because the medicine for getting sweet life is actually on yourself. For this wonderful travel…

(Goody Foody Indonesia): Laksa Tangerang


Hello everybody! This is my next goody foody Indonesia special for you. Now I am living in Tangerang, a city belongs to province of Banten and directly bordered to Jakarta. I was looking for its iconic culinary and as it is part of Betawian culture sphere, we can see various Betawian foods along with Sundanese…

(Goody Foody Indonesia) : Mie Ongklok Wonosobo/ Wonosoban Styled Noodles


For this edition, though I am not culinary expert, let me share about one uniqueness of Indonesia from the closest thing. As I cannot go anywhere right now. Hahahahaha…This one is Mie Ongklok of Wonosobo. Wonosobo is a regency located 120 km south westernward of Semarang, Central Java and covers Dieng Plateau as well. Besides…

(Eyes’candy of Friday) : Wonderful Cakes…Wanna Some?


I just walked to a mall in Semarang this afternoon. There’s a baking festival held until Sunday. There were many beautiful cakes, made of course participants, and some of them were contested. So beautiful and wonderful till nobody dared to eat it (as you’ll be beaten by the jurors!). Taken at Paragon Semarang, Fortune Baking…

(Goody Foody Indonesia) : Sate Jamur/ Mushroom Satay


Mushroom.. In Bahasa it is called as Jamur or Cendawan. But for Indonesian sense, cendawan has got connotation as poisonous fungi and usually it has got very bright colour and surely they’re not edible at all. Mushroom can be created in accordance to our tastes. It can be part of our soup, omelette, fried, sauteed…

(Goody Foody Indonesia) : Cassava Fritter


I love snack and I believe you love it too. Indonesians love fritters as well as other nations and one of them is cassava fritter or in Bahasa named ‘Singkong Goreng’. In some Indonesian regions, particularly among Javanese people who live in southern part of Java, cassava becomes main staples and created into many typical…