With a picture of dried sorrels, I would like to say Happy Holidays to all of you and Merry Christmas for those who celebrate it.

2010 has been an interesting year for my career in real life and on the internet base.

When I started blogging in 2006, I gave a name “The Art and Science of Food“. However, I started using “Indonesia Eats” in 2010 as I feel this new name is more suitable to what I am sharing here. Indonesia Eats has showed more Bhineka Tunggal Ika (Unity in Diversity) of Indonesia through recipes, many different foods from Sabang (west part) to Merauke (east part).

As Indonesia Eats is sharing more authentic Indonesian foods, it’s also a place to learn cooking from other parts of Asia. Yet at the time, I am also learning about Caribbean and Mediterranean cookings.

Through this blog, I found many talent foodies and food-photographers. Learning by doing that is what I have done. Being more advanced with my photography ability, this year I am branching to do wedding and interior shots.

This year, I sell a 2011 calendar “Celebrating the Joy of Indonesian Foods” that is included with beautiful pictures and recipes for you to enjoy. I thank you for being avid readers of Indonesia Eats.

PS. These sorrels might not symbolize anything to you. But, these are meant lots to Caribbean community especially Jamaicans.

The sorrel drink is very popular during the Christmas holidays. Due to Christmas season, I’m able to get fresh and dried sorrels at Caribbean markets in Winnipeg.

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