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Creamy Comfort

[17 Oct 2015 | No Comment | 1,728 views]

Visiting Creamy Comfort in Kerobokan, Bali, you’ll suddenly feel like visiting some place out of this world. Creamy Comfort is designed like an imaginary place that make you feel like you’re in the middle of ‘Alice in Wonderland’ set. The place is like an oasis in the dessert, so different …

Nasi Kuning, The Food of Gratitude

[29 Jan 2011 | Comments Off on Nasi Kuning, The Food of Gratitude | 637 views]

Nasi Kuning or Yellow rice is a typical Indonesian food. This food is made from rice cooked along with turmeric and coconut milk and spices.

With the addition of spices and coconut milk, yellow rice has a more savory flavor than reguler white rice. Yellow rice is one variation …

Tips For Solo Backpacking In Indonesia

[16 Jul 2010 | No Comment | 728 views]

You have your own tips? Put them in comment. These what I have so far:

Confirm whether you really want to do the trip alone.
Also make sure that your destination is a relatively safe and not in any conflict .
Search for information as much as possible about your destination, at …

Rawon, East Java’s Black Soup

[28 Mar 2010 | No Comment | 1,109 views]

Rawon is typical cuisine of East Java. It’s a kind of soup, but if for most people soup is usually served in a clear or diluted broth. However, in East Java, the soup’s served in a black broth. And that soup is called Rawon. Generally, the beef is cut …

Rabeg, Serang’s Typical Food.

[17 Mar 2010 | No Comment | 1,502 views]

If you had the chance to visit Banten, Jakarta, it would be incomplete if you didn’t taste the typical dishes of food for the Sultans of Banten. Local residents called this Banten-Arabic acculturation food ‘rabeg’. The main materials are goat meat and innards, which in Serang Javanese dialect or Java …

Surabi Duren, Just Can’t Get Enough of It

[10 Mar 2010 | No Comment | 836 views]

Let’s take a visit to Bogor,West Java, Indonesia, precisely at Jl. Sukasari 1 at the end of the road adjacent to the road Pajajaran. There’s a clearly visible fluorescent marker sign here. It says ‘Surabi Duren‘. Here, we can ejoy many kinds of surabi with diferent taste and flavor, from …

Soto, Simply Irresistible

[2 Mar 2010 | One Comment | 879 views]

Soto,coto or sroto is a typical Indonesian food made from meat and vegetable broth. The most commonly meat used are chicken and beef, though pigs and goats are also used in some regions. Various regions in Indonesia have their own kind of soto, with different content, for example, Kediri Soto, …

Nasi Goreng, The Food of Cultures

[1 Mar 2010 | No Comment | 925 views]

Nasi goreng or ‘fried rice’ in English, is actually simply fried pre-cooked rice, a meal consists of fried rice with other items, generally spiced with tamarind and chilli and including other ingredients, particularly egg and prawns.

The main ingredients for nasi goreng include pre-cooked rice, shallot, garlic, soy sauce and some …

Rujak Cingur, A Challenging Taste

[17 Feb 2010 | No Comment | 842 views]

Rujak Cingur is a traditional food that can be easily found in the area of East Java, especially in its homeland, Surabaya. Rujak Cingur usually consists of several kinds of sliced fruits like cucumbers, krai (a kind of East Javanese cucumber), bengkoang, young mango, pineapple, kedondong and with addition of …

Kerak Telor, Betawi’s Specialty

[15 Dec 2009 | No Comment | 830 views]

Kerak Telor or Eggs crust is Betawi native foods that have been around since ancient times and is a Jakarta typical food which was already scarce encountered. Its existence started to run over as fast food fast-attack in Indonesia society.

In the former Dutch colonial period, egg crust elite had …

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