Today I’m going to bring up another traditional snack from my childhood. Well, I’m still getting this snack once in a while, it just turned out that I got lots of this when I was a kid. The name is apem and Read Complete Story..
There’s this one snack I’d like to bring up to surface because I just simply love it since I was a kid. There’s this one seller near not far from where I live. Up to several months ago he was 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..
Lately, I’m just moving back and forth between food and gaming, but it’s OK, my blog is about those 2 things, mainly. Today’s stuff is for food, or snack to be exact which can be found scattered all across Java. 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..
Great, finally I have an idea of making reviews of some local snacks in my country. Probably it starts in my city first, but in case I can travel to some cities for food in the future, the collection will Read Complete Story..