Category Archives: Indonesian

What’s BuHi Eating? – Fall 2012

Cut straight from a whole pig marinated in mojo criollo, crispy, sticky skin still attached… Continue reading

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What’s in My Pantry?

Pantries are meant to be cleaned out occasionally. Old, stale ingredients have to go, some items need to be used before they expire and some staple items just need to be replaced. I thought some of you might be interested … Continue reading

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Coconut Milk

Recently I posted a photo on Twitter of a gadget that I figured a lot of people had never seen. Typical of me, I didn’t bother explaining what it was. Pretty soon, enough chatter had developed around the photo that … Continue reading

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The Map

I’ve been promising this for a long time – so here’s the first draft. This is by no means a comprehensive listing of places to eat on Buford Highway, but it’s a start. There is still a lot to add, … Continue reading

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The Mortar & Pestle – Seasoning

If you’re serious about ethnic cooking, there comes a point where a mortar & pestle will become a critical part of your kitchen arsenal. The more you cook certain styles of food (Thai, Peranakan/Nyonya, Mexican, etc.), the more you will … Continue reading

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Hawker Food – Si Fang Cai (Secret Supper)

I’m not sure who had more fun at the first Si Fang Cai (Secret Supper) – me or the guests. The menu was based (mostly) on Asian hawker food – or “street” food. The weather cooperated, allowing for drinks and … Continue reading

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Random Winter Photos

Restaurante Guatemala Coffee Just a random selection of photos from the last couple of months. Detailed posts may follow on some… Taqueria Los Rayos Get Coffee Get Coffee Beef Shanks Pesto-stuffed Pork Chops with Caramelized Onions and Kale Pho Bac … Continue reading

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Buford Highway Farmer’s Market

For some reason lot of people still seem to have hang ups about the ethnic markets along Buford Highway. Regardless, BFM is still one of my favorites. The sheer volume of produce, meats and fish that move through this place … Continue reading

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Nusantara Recipe dan Resep Nusantara

Nusantara Recipe dan Resep Nusantara is a site of Indonesian recipes. I haven’t even spent 5 minutes on the site yet, but just random clicking produced lots of gems: Sop Buntut (Oxtail Soup), lots of Sambal variations, Ayam Masak Aceh … Continue reading

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Babi Ketjap & Xiao Bai Tsai

Cooked again Wednesday night (I can’t eat out every night). I’m tending towards spicy foods lately, and Indonesian seems to be an easy┬áchoice (maybe it’s the ongoing cold I’ve had – seems to be impossible to shake…). This time it’s … Continue reading

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