The third evolution of my version of spaghetti Bolognese For me, spaghetti Bolognese is another dish associated with my late childhood memory. I remember when my grandma first made it for me, probably when I was around 10, and I told her how much I loved it. Being my grandma, of course, she ended… Continue reading Cultural Exchange Series: Spaghetti Bolognese
In California, vegetarian dishes are available in almost every restaurant. Your typical menus even state that everything can be made vegetarian upon request. How do they do this? The most common strategy is by substituting meat with tofu. For an example: sweet and sour chicken can be served as sweet and sour tofu. As a… Continue reading Is Jakarta vegetarian friendly?
I was an avid Uber and Lyft user in the US. It was particularly convenient when my husband and I are travelling, so we don’t have to worry about drinking and driving. Moreover, your driver may even give you really good suggestions for restaurants, bars, etc. We ended up eating at Jacques-Imo’s in New Orleans… Continue reading Uber in Jakarta: a blessing for the Big Durian?
Today is day 13 since Sean and I landed at the Big Durian. For me it had been a bit more than six years since I could proclaim myself as a temporary non-Jakarta citizen, and for Sean it had been a bit less than two years since his first visit to this bustling metropolitan city.… Continue reading Things about Jakarta that piqued my interests since coming back home