Ooookay, I’m not super sure the English term for it, but it’s basically another Indonesian take at sambal (if we could put sambal on everything, we would—wait.) Kentang is potato, sambal is, well, sambal (chili paste — mixed with garlics, shallots, salt, sugar, pepper, and sometimes, shrimp paste,) and goreng means fried. This dish isContinue reading “Sambal Goreng Kentang”
Hi all! Eid Mubarak! May all of us are having blessed Eid except some of you who refuse to wear masks and keep violating the self-quarantine rules. Anyway, we talked about opor ayam yesterday. For lunch, I had ketupat with oxtail soup. Oxtail itself is not a stranger for many culinary delicacies. Italian knows codaContinue reading “Eid Mubarak! (and Indonesian Oxtail Soup recipe)”
Hey! How are you folks? I’ve been pretty pumped up as tomorrow is Eid, and I’m going to enjoy my one week-long AFK (Away From Keyboard) vacation. The AFK was submitted way before the whole Covid-19 thing, but I decided to stick with it and do things that I can do at the house andContinue reading “Opor Ayam”
For many Indonesian 90s kids, most of us are familiar with a Hong Kong TV drama series ‘Journey to the West‘ (in Indonesia, we know it as “Kera Sakti”.) Journey to the West is one of the most well-known saga in Buddhism — a story about a monk, Tang Sangzang, with his three disciples inContinue reading “‘Heart Sutra’”
So recently I have been seeing many online articles and social media updates and tips about urban farming. The idea itself has been around since… 10 years ago? Or maybe even longer. However, since half of the world is now stuck at home, the idea revived and for some reason, it’s like bringing this… ConceptContinue reading “Green Onions”
What’s the first thing you guys will do once the MCO is lifted? A question in a watercooler Slack channel I would create appointment with the air conditioner technicians to fix and do the thorough check on the air conditioners in our unit. Ari had done a good job in fixing some annoying leaking issue,Continue reading “After all these things and through all these things”
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