Showing posts from May, 2017

Let’s Go to Taco Town!

Everybody loves tacos, especially when they are made with extra love and creativity. You can pretty much put everything under the sun as a filling and it will turn out great. Aribar , your favorite Mexican restaurant, has come up with a new and mouthwatering menu that will make you come back for more. Introducing Chicken Teriyaki Taco! We love it so much we are going to share the recipe so you can make it at home and share the love at your next dinner party. Teriyaki Chicken Taco Ingredients 350 Gr. of Boneless Chicken Breast Marinade 80 Ml. of Pineapple Juice 2 Tbs. Soy Sauce 1 Tbs. Lemon Juice 2 Tsp. Chilli Powder ¼ Tsp. Garlic Powder ½ Tsp. Cayenne Pepper 250 Gr. Cheddar Cheese, shredded Garnish 150 Gr. Green Onions, chopped 300 Gr. Lettuce, shredded 300 Gr. Fresh Tomato, chopped 8 Pcs. Flour Tortillas Method: Mix all Marinade ingredients in a bowl, add boneless chicken breast.  Coat chicken breast in marinade mixture. Cove

Free Things To Do and See in Bali

Nothing is free in this world but Bali has so many cultural activities and natural beauty that holiday goers can enjoy without having to spend a dime.  Sunset Gazing Kuta beach is famous as the place to watch the sun sets in every afternoon. At around 5 pm, the color of the sky starts changing into a mix of purple, yellow and red. Find a good spot on the beach, spread your sarong on the sand and relax while nature does its magic. @ Religious Ceremony In Bali, everyday you will have the chance to catch a traditional ceremony held by the locals. Every morning you will see Balinese morning ritual of giving offerings to their Gods, placing canang or flower offerings in front of shops, restaurants and houses. Big ceremony such as Ngaben or burial ceremony will involve the whole banjar or village to carry the deceased to the cemetery. On special days such as Purnama or Full Moon, you will find all Balinese dressed in their traditional clothin


So you have arrived in Bali , you have got a cold Bintang in your hand and what’s missing? Good snack to be munched by the pool. Don’t settle with the rows of unhealthy snack easily found in the mini marts. Grab a bag of good quality corn tortillas and upgrade your snack time with homemade Guacamole and Pico de Gallo. Guacamole 2 Ripe Avocadoes Half of Medium sized Tomato, small diced 1 Tablespoon Onion, small diced 1 Bunch of Fresh Cilantro, chopped Juice of 2 Fresh Limes Half the ripe avocado and take out the pit, carefully, and scoop out the flesh. Mash the avocado flesh with a fork until it is soft and add lime juice to prevent the bright green color turning brown. Add the other ingredients and season with salt and pepper. It is as easy as 1 2 3. Pico de Gallo 5 Ripe Red Tomatoes deseed and chopped 2 Tablespoons Onion, chopped 1 Bunch of Fresh Cilantro, chopped Juice of 2 Fresh Limes Chilly as desired Mix all ingredients in a bo

Afternoon Tea by Kopi & Kue

AFTERNOON TEA “While there is tea, there is hope." ( Sweet Lavender )”  ―  Arthur Wing Pinero There is really no other proper way to start a Blog about Afternoon tea than a quote about tea by an Englishman. The history of Tea begins in China with the earliest record in writing by Hua Tuo in the 3 rd century. Legend has it that a Chinese emperor was sitting under a tree while his servant was boiling drinking water. A Few leaves dropped into the boiling water and starts to steep. China may have an extensive history of tea as a medicinal drink for centuries but in the 17 th century the British started to popularize the tea drinking culture. By mid-19 th century, Afternoon tea became a social event introduced by Anna, the seventh Duchess of Bedford. It was started as a habit of hers being hungry in mid afternoon and she would ask for a tray of tea, bread and butter. She would then invite her friends and they would dress up for the occasion. Afternoon tea then evol