Hello everyone, it’s been a week since I fill this new home a post. Last week I was taking about a week off writing to think about some stuffs. Stuffs about this blog at foodfunframe.com and the others. I was thinking Read Complete Story..
Having spare idea of destination like Bowling Fruit Bar (actually written ‘Bowl-Ling’ but I’m gonna shorten it) is a great thing especially during hot days. In Indonesia (in Yogyakarta, for example) during dry season, things can get pretty hot, literally. You can Read Complete Story..
I don’t actually know how to describe this snack called jongkong. Upon searching, I still can’t find out where this cake originally come from. I believe each region has its own recipe and style but this time I’m going to talk Read Complete Story..
Glutinous Rice is one type of Indonesian snack that was, is, and will be popular regardless the era. It was a snack even when my grandparents were still kids. Nowadays you can find popular glutinous rice-based snacks since people are Read Complete Story..
Hello, everyone! Greetings! Finally, I made it to my new home. I’ve talked about how I wanted to have a new and personal website (still) under WordPress, but at least I’m not in their dorm anymore. I’ve been thinking on Read Complete Story..
Few weeks ago was Chinese New Year, so congratulations to everyone celebrating it. Gong xi, gong xi.. 😀 In Yogyakarta, the euphoria was also strong in Chinese New Year, especially for the Lantern Festival or usually called Cap Go Meh. Read Complete Story..
After quite a long time at the brink between ‘yes’ or ‘no’, I finally have my decision. Couple of months ago, I’m thinking how to boost some viewers to visit and read my stories on my blog. I decided to Read Complete Story..
Having more snack references is always a good thing to do and lately my friend told me that there’s a small pie vendor near Condongcatur Bus Terminal, Yogyakarta. This place is actually pretty hidden if I may say, since it’s a small Read Complete Story..
That day my friends and I walked around a shopping mall in Yogyakarta. I didn’t recognize that it had some kind of mini hawker center inside that sold like street food and beverages. Then I saw this unique name, Seblak. I Read Complete Story..
Kipo is a very traditional snack, originally from Yogyakarta, my city. Back when I was a kid, my parents brought home kipo quite often so, yeah, I’m very familiar with this simple tasty snack. This snack looks like a ‘cocoon’ Read Complete Story..