Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Setup Rambutan / Ice Rambutan with cinnamon syrup


Hi...how are you all doing ? I'm so excited to be here again with new recipe. I promise to keep update with minimum a post each month. I feel soulless lately, not really in the mood to post anything. But as you can see, I made few changes here and there in this blog. Do you see my new logo on my blog header ? Hahaha...I accidentally made it for my 3rd belated blogiversary, where it supposed to held in January.

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I'm not fully back again into blogging and cooking things at the moment. I lost my passion every time I want to cook something. I know my dad's death really affects my mood. I just go with the flow and try not to fight it. Family is still my top priority above all. I have filed my resignation from "Rasa Indonesia" Online Magazine where I was one of the author for Food Photography articles. It was such great opportunity and experience to work with Arfi Binsted of HomemadeS. Although we worked together for only a short time, I learned not only about photography but also how to improve my writing skill. Nevertheless, I thank all contributors in "Rasa Indonesia" Online Magazine (Yulyan, Yulim, Hesti, Turida and Pepy). Hope "Rasa Indonesia" Online magazine will grow even bigger than before in the future.

In my lovely tropical country, we can easily find various kind of tropical fruits. One of so many is rambutan. We call it rambutan or hairy fruits, because its rind is covered with hair. While the white flesh has sweet and mildly acidic flavor. The fact is, canned rambutan in syrup is available in most of grocery stores. But since I can make it my own, then it would be a healthy one and of course with no preservatives added. 

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Enjoy.....




17 comments:

  1. Mmmhhh, delightful! Rambutan taste divine.

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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  2. glekkkh...berasa haus seketika! membayangkan menghirup kuahnya yang segar dan ngunyah rambutannya yg kenyil kenyil...

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    1. Hahaha..iya kayak rambutan kalengan gitu lho. Suegeeerrrrr

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  3. This is one of my fav fruit ! Glad to see a post from u , hope u will continue blogging :)

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    1. Thanks Jehanne. I'm glad as you are. Since this blog is my virtual home, I'll keep it maintained. :)

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  4. This is beautiful! You do gorgeous work. Is Rambutan similar to lychee in flavor?

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    1. Thanks Brooke !

      Yes, rambutan tastes almost similar to lychee. But rambutan has sour and also sweet flavor.

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  6. I love the new look Mbak Tika, looks cuter than the previous one :D. Your Setup Rambutan sounds refreshing, I can imagine if we use Rambutan Binjai, wow! :D

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    1. Wow....thank you for your kind words, Tata ! Love the new look on your blog too.

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  7. This look so delicious and so beautiful. can't wait to try it! Thanks so much for posting.

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  8. liatnya bikin ngiler kak, hasil jepretannya itu lho bikin ga tahan.. haha
    kapan-kapan mampir lagi kesini ya.. makasih

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    1. Thanks Hani. Semoga tambah semangat masak ya :)

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  9. So glad I stumbled upon your blog! Love it already. :)

    just wondering where you got your mason jars with handles from?

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    1. Hi Berliany. Nice to know you and thanks for coming.
      I bought them from US a year ago. They are used stuffs, not brand new ones.

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