Jakarta Street Food: The Heartbeat of the City

Jakarta's street food culture is rich, diverse, and incredibly interesting; I can't help but think that this is the 'heartbeat' of the city. Please join me on a tour of the street foods I'm familiar with in my local area; as well as introduce you to the hard working food vendors whose livelihood is invested in their recipes, cooking skills and the upkeep Continue Reading

How to make our Javanese-style Rujak

Have you eaten Rujak? In simple terms, this dish is a spicy salad predominantly made with fresh fruit that is sweet, crunchy and cold. Rujak is most often eaten during the *siang hours of the day, when the day is at its hottest. This spicy dish consists mostly of fruit (and some vegetables) and can be eaten as a snack in its own right, or occasionally as Continue Reading