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Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Morning Snack in Jogjakarta: Mini Durian and Gimbab

We were startled by the thin thud sound. It turned out to be a mini durian that just fell off the tree. We picked it up and sliced it open....only to find that it had no flesh enough to eat. 
But..what intrigued us was the size of the Durian. It's as small as a broccoli!!!
Did we eat it, then? Heck, no.:) 
But, instead, we had gimbab that my wife and her sister prepared for us.
We brought along most of the ingredients from Korea and we did it right here in Jogja. 
I could boast to say that even though we're in Jogja, we did have some Korean snacks or food occasionally. how cool is that, eh?

2 comments:

  1. Haha, you and your family are half Koreans now, Suray!

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    1. ^^. Well, most of our friends call us 'Korindo' already. ^^ (Korea-Indonesia).
      btw...apart from making gimbab, tteeokpukki, heottteok at home, during my 3-week stay in Jogja...I went to Korean restaurant ...twice.
      I could've just skipped it....but...I didn't know why..the urge to have 돌솥비빔밥 seemed to 'over power' me...^^
      ㅋㅋㅋ

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