Category Archives: Snacks

The (usually) not so healthy packed snacks

Hamburg Christmas Market


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 thought I lose all of the photos. I mistakenly think it’s in Hanover! Haha, well, here it is. Honestly, this one is the less crowded and more explained one, because I am in my friend’s town!

Euro(esca)pe Index

update-1 Totally never see pengamen with this instruments back in my country

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Indomie Now Turns Out into Bites!

Indofood, one of the enormous food industries in Indonesia keeps developing its products starting from instant noodles within abundant kinds of flavors you can see at supermarkets up noodle bites – another sensational snack you can grab only on AEON supermarket at the moment. It has three flavors from seaweed (green), BBQ pizza (orange) and seafood tempura (pink). For this time, I just grab the green and orange colors as I am run out of cash (oops….) LOL Continue reading Indomie Now Turns Out into Bites!

Shin Cup Ramyun: Reddish & Spicy Korean Noodle

I believe this Korean instant ramyun (noodle) is quite abundant at most supermarkets even mini-markets. I buy the mushroom flavor as its tantalizing picture drives me crazy. The taste is somewhat scrumptious ans spicy. Besides, it has chunked mushrooms inside the seasoning. Very recommended for those who are spicy lovers, but this is not affordable as this is worth IDR 12,500,-. Despite the price, it is worth a try! Continue reading Shin Cup Ramyun: Reddish & Spicy Korean Noodle

Sozzis: An Indescribable Chicken Sausage

Who does not know this chicken sausage local brand sold at supermarkets? Its colorful packaging and cute pictures successfully grab the attention of children, especially. Besides, its handy sausages consisting of three pieces and ready-to-eat features make it pretty handy as a snack. Well, for about IDR 5,500,- per package, this is affordable. The taste? Of course it can not be exactly what you have imagined just like having a plate of sausage at restaurants. The texture is somewhat “abstract” and its taste is weird. I am not so sure enough how well I can describe it. I do not think that I will come back for this though it is free. If you want to challenge yourself of tasting an anti-mainstream chicken sausage, consider this as an option.  Continue reading Sozzis: An Indescribable Chicken Sausage