Victoria Park Hawker’s Market

Victoria Park Hawker’s Market on Friday night, now becoming one of our regular activities for the week. It’s really nice because we could find lots of food from around the world in one place, the other thing that make it perfect is because we can bring our lil puppy ‘Lola’ comes along together to join the crowd. It was a great venue to catch up with friends and family, the music is groovy too. You can bring picnic rug or chair because sometimes it’s hard to find empty table.




Those are some menu that you can have there. From up-left and move clockwise : Pad Thai(Thailand) $6 – Roo Steak Sandwich(Australia) $15 – Spaghetti bolognaise(Italia) $15 – Jamaican bbq jerk chicken(Jamaica) $15. Last night i try Bombolini (Italian Doughnut) $5, a Arancini (Italia) $6 and Portuguese egg tart $4.5 as our dessert. My son bought Lamb Curry Rice (India) $12.5 and my hubby choose Bento Box (Japan) $15 for their dinner.

We haven’t try some of the food there, but we plan to try them next week 🙂



My work on Scarllett Magazine

Months ago, a new magazine based in US offering me to be one of their food photography contributor. The name of the magazine is Scarllett Magazine. They had online and printed version of it.  I just feel proud  of my self when i saw my works was there, lol.

Feel free to find some of my works here, you can click the link to find the recipe.

Citron mint with presse


citron presse with mint


grilled eggplant with chilli


grilled eggplants with chilli

IDFB Challenge #16 : Kukis (Peanut Butter Cookies)

peanut butter cookies




Another challenge from Indonesian blogger group, this time the theme is about cookies. If you would like to join us, find the link to submit your post here.


When it comes to the kitchen, sometimes i’m a bit selfish, i only cooked every food that i like…lol. Cookies are related to eid mubarak, because i only made cookies when it comes. When admin announce the challenge, yay…thank God, i still have some cookies left at home. Peanut butter cookies usually made from peanut, but recently there are some modification in ingredients to make it easier, some people using peanut butter to replace peanut. In my childhood, peanut cookies always made when lebaran or christmas. The texture so far a bit different between cookies that made from peanut and peanut butter. The one made from peanut had stronger texture which i love more.

Peanut Butter Cookies

Source : NCC

250 gr        low protein plain flour
100 gr        icing sugar
125 gr        smooth peanut butter
100 ml       canola oil
2 sdm         milk powder
½ sdt         salt
1 sdt           butter


3  egg yolks, whisk with 1 tbs fresh milk

peanut butter cookies 1



  1. Preheat oven 140’C.
  2. In a bowl, mix icing sugar, peanut butter, milk powder, canola oil and butter. Add flour gradually and mixed well.
  3. Make any shape you like, this time i make heart shape. Arrange in cookies pan.
  4. Bake in the oven until half cook, then polish the top with egg yolks mixture.
  5. Bake again until crunchy or the colour change into golden brown.


peanut butter cookies 2



peanut butter cookies 4


Putu Ayu

NCC is stand for Natural Cooking Club. It is one of the biggest foodie community in Indonesia. They hold event called NCC Week. This time the theme is about Jajanan Pasar. Putu ayu is one of Indonesian traditional cake. In indonesia putu ayu is be included into jajanan pasar. I asked my mum to buy the molds for me when she came to visit us this month. I already browsing around to see the recipe for a long time but since i didn’t have the mold yet, I couldn’t try it.

Now it’s my first experience to make putu ayu. It looks simple but it’s not. To find the right recipe and the right texture that I love, I should try more than one time. This time, the taste was perfect but the texture it’s not that spongy like the one I had in my mind. I should try to improve the recipe next time I make it again.

But for now I’d like to share the recipe because sometimes some people love to have cake with this kind of texture. It’s a bit heavy for me though.


Source: keluarga Nugraha


  • 75 gr shredded coconut
  • 100 gr sugar
  • 100 gr plain flour
  • 2 eggs
  • 75 ml coconut milk
  • 1/4 tsp salt
  • pandan paste


  1. Spread the molds with oil or margarine. Heat up the steamer.
  2. Using electric mixer, mix eggs and sugar until fluffy.
  3. Add coconut milk, salt and pandan paste. Mixed well.
  4. Put shredded coconut at the bottom of the mold then pour the pandan mixture.
  5. Steamed for about 15 minutes using medium heat.
note: cover the pan lid using tea towel so the fumes not drip on the top of the cake.




Ramadan Mubarak – The Month of Fasting Begin Today

It’s School Break – Part 1 (Margaret River – Augusta – Gracetown in Winter Time)

Yay, it’s school break already. Kiddos and mummy really wants to have a proper holiday 🙂 Alright dad?

Our friends asked to stay overnight at Margaret River, one of suburb in Western Australia. As we had passion in photography, Margaret River and around are beautiful places to go to. We could capture some beautiful nature from farm, forrest, country town and beaches. It’s gonna be a lovely adventure for all of us.

We start our journey at 7.30 am  from Perth to Margaret River. Arrived at Margaret River at about 10.30 am. Welcome to Margaret River 🙂

We went to information centre and looked around the city while waited for the Tavern Steak House opened. I recommended you to eat at that place if you go to margaret river. I loved the steak and lamb shank. So mouth watering.

After had lunch we went to our hotel to put some stuff and then headed to Augusta.

On the way to Augusta we saw farm with some farm animals.

And we went through beautiful forrest. You could did hiking there. What a beautiful nature!

And psttt…..don’t forget to take a snap in a forrest 🙂 Yes, that’s me and my lovely husband.

At Augusta we went to the beach near the lighthouse. This time we’re not going to the lighthouse. We’ve been there a couple time and thought that this time it’s not necessary. I tried to capture the beach with the ray of light. This picture was taken at around 4pm in the afternoon. A bit cloudy and rainy day. But it won’t stopped us to take a picture 🙂

On the next day we went to Gracetown beach. The waves in this beach a bit rough compare with the one in Augusta, but still it’s so beautiful.

“The earth has music for those who listen.”
? William Shakespeare

It’s music from the Beach they called it waves.

The journey still continued in my next post. Hope you enjoy the story and the photos as well.

Kopdar IDFB @Mighty Culinary with Sajian Sedap

Buat temen-temen Indonesian Foodblogger yang di Indonesia, jangan sampai ketinggalan event yang satu ini, di jamin yang ga datang bakal nyesel deh *tunjuk diri sendiri 🙂 lol*


Untuk detail acara bisa klik disini

Starting my Donna Hay Project

Borrowed Donna Hay book from library last week. Really love her style, and my husband said “why don’t you make your own Donna Hay project to challenge yourself?”. Why it’s challenging? Because even you see the photos but it’s not easy to make the same photos with the same quality. And after study about low key, i thought it’s time to learn another lesson. So this time, i choose Donna Hay style for my subject. And here I am with my project. Enjoy the photos!!!!

Why I started my Food Blogging?

I felt like it was ages ago since the first time i wrote for blog 🙂 And now start to write again for following Tika’s even. She’s celebrating her second year of her blog, she called it SECOND BLOG ANNIVERSARY GIVEAWAY

 To remain me why i started this blog, it’s almost the same as her, I want to follow food challenge online event and one of the requirement was had blog to post your photo and recipe. I started my blog 6 months ago. And now it’s one of my passion, food photography had brought me became a professional photography, even though i am still working on my photography skill and never satisfied with what i did so far. One of Australia promotion website had employed me as one of their photographer, and it’s because i sent them my food photos collections. 

Now it’s time to say that I felt in love with food photography. It’s not an easy job with all the things that you had to do to make a good photo but one that I love so much is when i had to do props hunting 🙂 And the worst thing is when i had to think about styling 🙁 But overall it’s all the story from my lil’ kitchen, with all my heart for my lovely family. You deserve all the good food guys 🙂 



with love






Stop Photo Stealing!

Been found out from members of Indonesian foodblogger, about their photos that had been stealing by dbc network. You can find some of their photos that had been stealing in this website  registered to CV. JOGJACAMP

THeir contact person can be reach through this email (Mia Kusumawati)

Address Jl. Aneka Elok Rt. 11 Rw 4 Cipinang Muara Jakarta Timur Jakarta Timur,13420

List of stealing photos by

– Indonesia Eats (

  • Ayam Goreng Kremes
  • Cwi Mie Malang
  • Gandasturi
  • Kering Kentang
  • Lombok Kethok
  • Mie Sop Ayam Medan
  • Nasi Ayam Hainan
  • Sop Kaki Kambing Jakarta


– Bianca’s and Jordan’s Mom by Lidia Ratnawati (

  • Lepet Jagung had been post in her blog but already put in her flickr Lidia
  • Sambal Matah


– Cooking with Love by Yulyan Parwati (

  • Colenak
  • Roti Ubi
  • Soto Ambengan
  • Bakmi Jawa
  • Lontong Mie Surabaya
  • Pisang Rai
  • Ulukutek Oncom
  • kering tempe (kalo foto yang ini malah ngambilnya dari FB ku, aku nggak pernah posting di Blog)
  • Macaroni schotel (sama juga foto yang ini gak nampang di blog)


– Cemplang Cemplung by Tika Hapsari (

  • Apang Gula Merah


– Yummy Corner by Dita Wistarini (

  • Martabak Manis