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Old 2012-07-05, 04:59   Link #361
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are you from malaysia? we had similiar food in Indonesia called martabak manis.

but I prefer the one with egg+meat+veggies.
"Martabak" is rather confusing in Indonesia since we have two distinct culinary entities bearing that name that are doubtfully related with each other (but always made in the same vendors in the streets). The sweet dessert type like in the picture MUHAHAHA posted that alternatively being called "Terang Bulan" in certain places. While the more commonly called martabak being the non-dessert type, which is the one you mentioned.
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Old 2012-07-05, 05:09   Link #362
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are you from malaysia? we had similiar food in Indonesia called martabak manis.

but I prefer the one with egg+meat+veggies.
Yup, Malaysian. We also have murtabak mini and murtabak maggi. Yum yum
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Old 2012-07-05, 05:27   Link #363
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"Martabak" is rather confusing in Indonesia since we have two distinct culinary entities bearing that name that are doubtfully related with each other (but always made in the same vendors in the streets). The sweet dessert type like in the picture MUHAHAHA posted that alternatively being called "Terang Bulan" in certain places. While the more commonly called martabak being the non-dessert type, which is the one you mentioned.
ah exactly how could I forget

been 6 years since my last visit to my hometown, I kinda miss those stuffs.
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Old 2012-07-05, 05:54   Link #364
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ah exactly how could I forget

been 6 years since my last visit to my hometown, I kinda miss those stuffs.
We are typically ignorant about it though. But I think someone should bring this up eventually....

Btw which city are you from ? I'm currently in Bandung, but I was born in Surabaya and spent most of my life in East Kalimantan.
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Old 2012-07-05, 06:54   Link #365
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We are typically ignorant about it though. But I think someone should bring this up eventually....

Btw which city are you from ? I'm currently in Bandung, but I was born in Surabaya and spent most of my life in East Kalimantan.
I was born in Surabaya and lived there until I finished highschool, then I moved to Germany to study and work.

I have to say asian has lot more variety in foods, snacks and dessert
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Old 2012-07-05, 19:59   Link #366
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Some cucumber salad I made a couple of weeks ago. It had cucumber, yellow onion, olive oil, extra virgin olive oil, red wine vinegar, cracked black pepper, kosher salt, and spicy red pepper flakes. It was very good.



Some kabobs and rice I made a couple of weeks ago. Chicken marinated in a mango sauce on skewers with red bell pepper, yellow onion, and nectarines, and then a skewer with some shrimp.



The presentation in this pic isn't all that good, but I'm uploading this because it was a rather good meal. The soup is lentil soup and it turned out great. Up there with one of the best things I've made. Easily one of the best soups or stews I ever made. It was hearty and tasted really good. The chicken was good, too. Drumsticks with some fresh thyme, and they were steamed in a frying pan with some chicken stock. I ate this today.




What I upload is usually determined by presentation (how good it looks in a pic) and how good the actual dish was.
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Old 2012-07-06, 15:05   Link #367
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Does anyone know of a good cassoulet recipe, or a site that'd be good for cooking French food at home? I'm thinking of using duck meat for this dish, but I'm lost on the rest of it and what would make good cassoulet. I would like to make a white bean variant of it.
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Old 2012-07-06, 15:24   Link #368
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I often use BBC's website because there are many recipes, and the comments, level of difficulty and ratings are very helpful.

http://www.bbcgoodfood.com/search.do...m=&filterItem=
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Old 2012-07-07, 11:04   Link #369
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noodles soup with roasted pork

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Old 2012-07-07, 12:08   Link #370
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noodles soup with roasted pork

Looks very tasty! I do like the presentation, very neat and clean, too.
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Old 2012-07-07, 12:17   Link #371
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I made some traditional Chinese steamed cake today, because I have been craving for it. I used blue, yellow, orange and green for the colouring. The first batch turned out well, but I figured it would have been better if I added raspberry jam and chocolate spread. This cake is not meant to be very sweet, it's quite plain, but great for afternoon tea break. I always dip it into a cup of hot chocolate, and it's super yummy.

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Old 2012-07-07, 15:14   Link #372
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Some kabobs and rice I made a couple of weeks ago. Chicken marinated in a mango sauce on skewers with red bell pepper, yellow onion, and nectarines, and then a skewer with some shrimp.

those kebabs looks great, and the shrimp looks nicely made, the pic made me hungry
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Old 2012-07-07, 17:15   Link #373
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noodles soup with roasted pork

Hmmm.... I'm amaze how the pork was sliced!!!! Its the noodles that bugs me..... I bet it taste good though I'm Muslim and don't eat pork. Nice presentation and wonderful chopsticks.... mines stainless
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Old 2012-07-09, 08:01   Link #374
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I'd like to start making pizza at home. I found out that the grocery store I usually go to has pizza dough you can buy (pre-made). Should I buy some pizza stones for the oven? Are they worth getting? Does it make them better? Or should I just stick with my big, metal pizza sheet?

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those kebabs looks great, and the shrimp looks nicely made, the pic made me hungry
The chicken kabobs were good. Steak kabobs are even better.
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Old 2012-07-09, 11:27   Link #375
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I don't really have a speciality in cooking food.. but my most fav and proud food that I cook is this!!

It calls La La in my area/dialect here.. basically clams~

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Old 2012-07-09, 13:22   Link #376
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I don't really have a speciality in cooking food.. but my most fav and proud food that I cook is this!!

It calls La La in my area/dialect here.. basically clams~

Are you from Hong Kong? I'm Chinese, and that is usually how we address it. I once mistakenly called it lala in front of my European friends, and they were like huh?
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Old 2012-07-09, 23:39   Link #377
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Are you from Hong Kong? I'm Chinese, and that is usually how we address it. I once mistakenly called it lala in front of my European friends, and they were like huh?
nope.. i'm from Singapore.. but I'm a chinese too.. so maybe the term we used is the same =)
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Old 2012-07-18, 12:08   Link #378
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Made prawn noodle today. It's nice to cook a hot dish to match the sulky weather.

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Old 2012-07-18, 13:22   Link #379
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^ wow that's one good meal to have
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Old 2012-07-18, 20:18   Link #380
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I do make a good seafood chowder when I am in the mood for cooking something that little bit different. I mostly live off chicken stirfry, minced beef, or curries, with noodles, rice or pasta when I am in college. Those are quick to make and inexpensive.
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