Spunky!

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Now he is 15 months old (almost 16), he understands what he wants. So now I often ask him, do you want to do this? Do you want that food? Do you wanna drink?
And he would nod or shake his head. Yes..he answers with his body language.

Hmm…meanwhile…when I (try to) advise him, bla bla bla, he always replies me -.-

As long as I talk, he does so.

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So, why do we have to choose if we could have both in a plate?

Carbonara:
Union
Garlic
Meat
Grated Carrot (I always add this to all my son’s food)
Milk
A lot of Grated cheese
Salt n pepper

Bolognaise:
Union
Garlic
Meat
A lot of tomato ketchup
Salt n pepper
Nutmeg

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At tea house :)
He loves ice lemon tea!

But Nay for the bread, it was too sweet for him.

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Yes it is so difficult for us to take the three of us in a photo.

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Look!

He is so adorable, isn’t he?

And suddenly Christophers giggled and smiled stunningly (yes we taped it in a video, since he was sooo cuteee). Apparently, he was teased by the girls next table. :”)

It is so common for us, every time we go to the public places..that Kiz would always get special attention from others. Once, there was a woman run after us, following us to the store we had just came in, asking to hug him for awhile.
Of course, I was allowing her with one reason; if Kiz wants to.
Meanwhile, Kiz loves spread his charms, but he doesn’t like stranger hold him. Good boy…

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Tahu Aci & Tahu Pletok

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Cireng

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Boil them, and voila…Cilok!

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Cireng filled with cheese, sausage, meatball, mayonaise + egg.

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Cireng filled with vegiea and chilly.
Also called Olos.
We named it Cireng Mercon.

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Add an egg, you will get Cimol.

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Are you a meat-lover?
Try this Tahu Baso!

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Siomay ikan.
Everybody loves it!

From our customers, we also get the others creation, such as;

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Seblak

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Kerupuk Cihu and Kerupuk Cireng

Cheese Stick
(250 gr Aciku, 2 eggs, 100cheese; shape in womb likely, fry in cold oil)

Fish Meatball

Theseee snacks derived from ONE major ingredient only.

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One of the good thing of living in small town is….access to the traditional snacks! :)

Here, almost everyday I buy snacks, and Kiz loves snacks as well. Like mommy!

Below are some of my favorites;

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Kiz likes bikang and kue lumpur (mud cake).

Making bikang is out of my goal since it has to be cooked in its mould so we can get it blossomed.

I googled the recipe of kue lumpur or mud cake. Many variations of them. Some say to cook the flour, while other is telling to mix the egg untill fluffy. But I fall in love to thia easy recipe.
Mud Cake
(Translated from diahdidi.com)

Ingredients:
150 gr all purpose flour
100 gr castor sugar (I used 120 gr)
250 gr steamed potato, mash with fork when they are hot
1 sachet milk powder (about 2tbsp)
1 tsp vanila
100 gr margarine, melted
2 eggs
250 ml coconut milk from 1/2 coconut
Raisins (I used chocolate rice)

How to:
With blender, mix all ingredients but the margarine. Once they are soft, add the melted margarine.
Warm the mould and wipe with few margarine.
Pour the batter until 3/4 of mould.
Add raisins when the cake is almost done.

Hmm…I dont have the mould. And was too lazy to use my individual moulds and bake them in oven. So I used my pan (whose side is low) and cover it. Voila, I just made a snack maker LOL.

(Been craving for A Snack Maker Double Pan – already told my hubby to buy me this super rlfunctional mould! Yay!)

And then, u know..

My mud cake is as big as a plate…hahahaha..
Cant barely finish a single cake in once.

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So I called it The Giant Mud Cake

Easy. Yummy. Enjoy!

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In this fasting month, many food seller close their business for awhile. I was thinking to make this yellow rice by my own since Christophers loves this.
And u know…traditional foods always captivating in their exotic taste :) and in my case; Indonesian food.

Indonesian food varied in huge numbers since we have many islands, tribes and many things

And as usual, recipes written here are always easy to made.

YELLOW RICE
(for more info please see nasi kuning article by wikipedia)

All u need is a rice cooker.

And the ingredients are:
1 garlic
1 union
A lil slice of turmeric (Indonesia: kunyit)
1/2 tsp of salt
Bay leaves (I used Indonesian bay leaves called Salam leaves)
1 lemon grass (Indonesian: serai/sereh)
Coconut milk from 1/4 coconut

How to:
Blend the garlic, union, turmeric, salt and coconut milk.
Wash the rice
Pour the coconut milk batter into the rice.
Add some bay leaves and lemon grass.
Cook in rice cooker.

(Of course u could cook this in old traditional way for better taste)

This yellow rice served with many Indonesian dishes. One of the dish is sweet and hot crispy potato that I just posted.
You could add any dishes as desired.

Worth to try!

Have a good day!!

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In this fasting month, many food seller close their business for awhile. I was thinking to make this yellow rice by my own since Christophers loves this.
And u know…traditional foods always captivating in their exotic taste :) and in my case; Indonesian food.

Indonesian food varied in huge numbers since we have many islands, tribes and many things

And as usual, recipes written here are always easy to made.

YELLOW RICE
(for more info please see nasi kuning article by wikipedia)

All u need is a rice cooker.

And the ingredients are:
1 garlic
1 union
A lil slice of turmeric (Indonesia: kunyit)
1/2 tsp of salt
Bay leaves (I used Indonesian bay leaves called Salam leaves)
1 lemon grass (Indonesian: serai/sereh)
Coconut milk from 1/4 coconut

How to:
Blend the garlic, union, turmeric, salt and coconut milk.
Wash the rice
Pour the coconut milk batter into the rice.
Add some bay leaves and lemon grass.
Cook in rice cooker.

(Of course u could cook this in old traditional way for better taste)

This yellow rice served with many Indonesian dishes. One of the dish is sweet and hot crispy potato that I just posted.
You could add any dishes as desired.

Worth to try!

Have a good day!!

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