Three meals I made a few days ago at home. No need to look at recipe books, just do some trials and VOILAAA!! My sist said it was excellent so you might wanna try it as well. I’ll post the recipe for you, but because I made it based on trials, so maybe I don’t have any exact amount of spices to use in every dishes. Hahaha..

"Never judge a food the first time you eat it. For some people it might be as bad as hell, yet for another it could be their daily food, a tradition and sometimes sacred. Never think from it’s negative side"
— Matatita, as said on Travel Writing workshop held by Mapagama UGM on December 5, 2013.

I really lost my mind to think if this video is somekind of joke or what. Aside from it’s content, I should clear the statement in that video that Brunei, is actually not a part of Indonesia. We are two different countries. It’s as fool as the statement of Bali is a country. Haha..Sorry, but I really should fix their mistake.

The second is, quoting from Matatita (Indonesian travel writer), more or less, “Never judge a food the first time you eat it. For some people it might be as bad as hell, yet for another it could be their daily food, a tradition and sometimes sacred. Never think from it’s negative side”. And I’m sitting here, watching the video while enjoying a glass of tasty durian juice.

Not all contents in this video is true, so more research upon durian is recommended instead of watching this only. Or maybe those guys are intentionally did that for entertainment, who knows.. #FYH

This really is something to think about and what society might need to do. Choose your food right. GO LOCALS! #FYHinfo

There’s this new korean restaurant in Yogyakarta located in Jl. Colombo. I tried it last night with some of my friends and order bi bim bap with bulgogi inside (40k) + kimchi (8k) + orang juice (12k). Kimchi is korean traditional side dish contains of fermented napa cabbage, has spicy and sour taste. Since people said that Korean can’t live a day without it, I challenge myself to order one but sadly I don’t like the taste at all. I love the bi bim bab more. It contains of rice, bulgogi (Korean sliced beef), nori (dried seaweed), vegetables and mushroom with egg and oyster sauce. In order to enjoy the food, it has to be mixed properly and should not be remain unmixed too long unless you want to have hard overcooked rice since they are served in a hotpot (this is actually what happened to mine last night).


For all K-Pop lovers, why don’t you try your idol’s daily meal? I could recommend Michigo for you to start since they are a bit closer to the real Korean food taste compared to any other local Korean restaurant, and you surely worth to spent the money on regarding the taste and portion. Michigo also has applied modern technology for the services but unfortunately, they took too much time to prepare the orders eventhough it’s not on peak time. For those qualities last night, I gave 3 stars upon them.

Basically, I like tasteful foods, so kimchi is officially out of my list. Haha.. Does anyone else have other opinions or experiences upon Korean food? Feel free to share it through the message inbox :)

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This picture is actually picturing both of my favourites, FOOD and PHOTOGRAPHY :D

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I LOVE MARSHMALLOW!!! XD

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Pumpkin Pie Cookies Tutorial {click link for FULL tutorial}

Halloween themed snacks!!! :D

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One way to reduce the consumed calories for less fat

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Kopi Jos

It’s available in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. People believe if you put live coals into a cup of hot coffee will give you extra benefit for health

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Easy steps to make your own Butterbeer Latte :D

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» FYH Quiz: Where Do They Eat That?

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You won’t believe what some people eat around the world! Can you figure out where these crazy dishes came from?