Pegagan or Pennywort (centella asiatica) is not common to be used in Indonesian cooking.  It's more useable for a herbal medicine.  Hence, there is an exceptional in Indonesian culinary.  Aceh food has been using pennyworth to make sambal and it's named Sambai on Peuga-ga (Sambal Pegagan or Pennywort Sambal)....
Note: this was inteded to be posted 2 years ago when I travelled to Indonesia in 2014 where I spent 6 days in Bali before I saw my family back in Sidoarjo. Pasar Ikan Kedonganan or Kedonganan Fish Market is one must visited place for foodies if you go for...
One day, I watched Jamie Oliver, Jamie at Home that was aired on Food TV Canada. It was talking about lamb. A Welsh sheep farmer visited Jamie and one of the conversation topics is the difference between lamb, hogget and mutton. This conversation suddenly stopped me from typing the...
I have known Sushi Hut restaurant back when I still worked in Boissevain around 2009. Since the distant of Boissevain and Brandon is about 45 minutes driving, I went to Brandon quite often to satisfying my craveness for Asian foods. Sushi Hut is an all-you-can-eat sushi place...
Visiting traditional markets in Indonesia was one of my "must-visit" lists when I was in the country. One of the markets was Pasar Senen (Senen means Monday while pasar means market) in Jakarta. Pasar Senen is a heaven for foodies who collect food props and enjoy photography. With my...
Please find 3 more pictures below that have been in my file since early January and April this year. I went to this place about 3 times already. I first came to try this restaurant with a friend and chose Ohjinguh Bokkeum meal. It came...
To celebrate my birthday on May 10, I told to my closest friends to go out with me. As a foodie off course, I'd take them for something to fill our belly. When I contacted them, I was so happy to know that both of them...
Bali is a heaven for fish and seafood lovers. To be honest, I don't enjoy sushi as much as sashimi. I used to love sushi so much but now if I have to choose sushi or sashimi, I'll go fo sashimi all the way. Somebody craved for Japanese...
Poutine (Quebec French pronunciation: putsɪn) is a diner staple which originated in rural Quebec, in the late 1950s. According to wikipedia, several Quebecois communities claim to be the birthplace of poutine. Now, this savoury dish can be found across Canada. Poutine has become staple menu...
Bakso is such a staple food in Indonesia, though this food was influenced by the Chinese. In Indonesia, it's sold mostly at street food vendors or hawkers. In several cities in East Java, such as Probolinggo, bakso is a meatballs soup that is served with lontong (rice cake),...
Last Saturday (March 29, 2008) was only 2C, but it had sleeted as you can see in the first picture, the road was so nasty. I was quite upset with the pictures here. It was my mistake too, I was in rush to take the pictures *too hungry:-P*. Also...
Eyeing for Soondubu Jjigae (Spicy Soft Tofu Stew) ever since I read maangchi and found out through urbanspoon.com that Choice Sushi has this dish on the menu. I said I better try this first at a Korean joint before making it by myself at home so I...
Yummy Gravlax The Stella's Cafe and Bakery serves all day breakfast menu.   I never ordered the same food whenever I went there. The first time I felt in love with this cafe was about 3 years ago. I adored their homemade jam. With a perfect sweetness, I meant for...
This is the second series of Go Green. It was actually served with dashi miso broth, wakame, tofo, chrysanthemum greens (other names: garland chrysanthemum, edible chrysanthemum, tong ho), lo bak (other names: Japanese daikon, Japanese/Chinese radish), and green onion. Since I wanted to take several shots of matcha...

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