Hamburg Christmas Market

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Date: 17th December 2015 I never imagined I’d have to write the second part of Hamburg, because I spent so little time there, and I really thought I have covered it all! Well turns out not, and my memory fails me :0, I write so little about the Christmas Market because I…

Berlin – Euro(esca) pe

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After fascinated by Doha’s Science Fiction wonders, I finally… landed in Berlin! Woohoo! Europe! It’s my first time being in another continent. Berlin is quite a wonder. After completing my trip, I realize how lucky I am to have Berlin as my starting point. It is really a mixed city, metropolitan, but…

Street Foods at UPH Karawaci: Bringing Back to the Childhood Times

Perhaps, only a few food-bloggers are concerned about having reviews about street foods, especially in our beloved country Indonesia. For today’s opportunity, we have es podeng, cilok, and kue cubit. Want to know how yummy and traditional they are? Let’s take a look!

The Beloved 3-in-1 Childhood Snack Stall

This is the stall that never failed to open and inevitably making a long queue line in UPH bazaar! Their place is always the same, too, in the far corner in front of the “lake”, or the weird structure when it’s dry. This stall is always crowded more likely to the sentimental and memory value…

Piscok

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Piscok, an abbreviations of pisang-coklat, roughly translate into “Chocolate Banana”. But Piscok is deep fried banana and melted chocolate wrapped in lumpia skin like dough, different from the choco banana usually found in Japan or America where a banana is freeze-dried and then dipped into chocolate. The melted chocolate usually caramelised,…

Lekker

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? I am pretty sure it is originally a Dutch snack, or maybe an Indonesian snack that are formed during the era Netherland invaded this country, judging from the name, Lekker. “Lekker is a commonly used word in the Dutch language that is more similar to the word English word luscious…

Telur Gulung

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I used to go “Tsk… tsk…” on people who have no choices but to purchase the expensive version of this snacks. I mean, this snacks should cost really low considering the ingredients that are used to make this : eggs, sometimes fish cake, and oil. Lots of oil. But now, yeah,…

Getuk Lindri

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Getuk, or the full name Getuk Lindri, is my most favorite traditional snack. It’s tasty, filling, healthy, not overly-sweet, and cheap. Very cheap for all we could get from it. Getuk Lindri, wrapped in used paper I get hooked when one day when my father bring me a very moist one.…

Cakwe

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Cakwe, one of my favorite street food from Medan, Indonesia. Actually, Medan host a lot of delicious snacks, but this one is my absolute favorite, I will be tempted to buy one every time I see them sold. Cakwe~ Cakwe is some kind of fried cake, like donuts, but it is…