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Tea Story for Waffle and Bubble Tea

Above picture was taken from Tea Story pamflet by iPhone I don’t recall exactly when Tea Story first opened but this place is quite new.  When I entered the cafe, I suddenly felt I was in some cafes in Asia.  Although I have tasted many different bubble teas, I think Tea Story is the winner …

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Indonesian Cooking Demo with Indonesia Eats at d.a. Niels Gourmet Kitchenware

It was quite shock when Marty, the store manager of d.a. Niels Gourmet Kitchenware called me last week.  He was telling me that he has a slot for cooking demo on Saturday.  I was happy but I was worried if I could make it since I wasn’t sure I was working or not on that …

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Rosemary Sage Thyme

Although rosemary, sage and thyme are never included in traditional Indonesian cooking, I adore these 3 herbs.  I often use them for many uses in non Asian recipes especially Mediterranean as these herbs are native to Mediterranean region. Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis) Rosemary stimulates the immune and keeps the blood flowing to ensure a healthy nervous …

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Durian Snowy Mooncake

I was randomly asking on twitter, “which mooncake do you like the traditional or snowy ones?  I personally like the snowy one.  However, since I wasn’t grown up with mooncake I didn’t taste the one that a friend of mine, Tuty likes.   She likes the Indonesian mooncake ” Sin Hap Hoat” brand (Flavours: chocolate, cheese, raisins, durian,cashews). …

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Bunga Telang (Blue Pea Vine or Butterfly Pea), A Natural Blue Food Dye

Bunga telang (or bunga teleng or kembang teleng or or bunga biru) is also known as Butterfly Pea or Blue Pea Vine in English. This plant is native to tropical equatorial Asia, but has been introduced to Africa, Australia and America. I was a bit weird when I knew the scientific name Clitoria Ternatea. Then …

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Jadah Manten (Javanese Glutinous Rice Roll Wrapped in Omelet)

This Jadah Manten – Javanese Glutinous Rice Roll Wrapped in Omelet was shared by Tika of Cemplang Cemplung.  My third Indonesian food bloggers that I approached to be my guest blog post.  I just wanted to  you all realize that there are many talented Indonesian food bloggers.  Yes there are few that use English for the blog. …

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Emping Melinjo Manis (Indonesian Sweetened Paddy Oats Crackers)

Emping or Emping Melinjo is a popular cracker to company Indonesian foods. The crackers have a slightly bitter taste and are frequently served as a snack or accompaniment to Indonesian dishes and made from seeds of Gnetum gnemon (paddy oats, melinjo, belinjo). Melinjo is widely used in Indonesian cooking including the leaves. The leaves and …

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Jewish Yeast Bread

Honey Challah (חלת דבש) – Jewish Yeast Honey Bread

I am so happy to have Shulie on Indonesia Eats. For those who read this blog regularly must know Shulie of Food Wanderings, a talented foodie blogger with very unique culture background.  I was her blog guest post on April with my vegan easy sweet recipe, Jemblem/Misro/Pulung-pulung Ubi (Indonesian Cassava Fritters). I’m always curious what …

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Jemblem / Misro / Pulung-Pulung Ubi (Indonesian Cassava Fritters Stuffed with Coconut Sugar)

My fourth guest post for other bloggers. Shulie of Food Wanderings who loves learning other culture dishes. Both of us have been twitting along for quite some time now. I still recalled the day when she told me that she finally found fresh turmeric and how she loves the distinct flavour of fresh one compare …

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