baking since 2005
Specializes in pastries and sweets!
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Chocolate Chips Cookies with almond nuts
My 2 years old nephew's Darren doesn't want to eat anything green. We have tried to teach him to eat vegetables which most are green colour. I decided to create a green cake from Matcha (green tea from Japan) and decorate the cake like broccoli. We try to teach him that broccoli is green and good. Here you go Darren, green is so yummy. Bingo !!!!….Darren loves this green cake and I am sure that you will fall in love with this cake too.
IDR 35 - IDR 800
I was so frustrated the first time I moved back to Surabaya. I made several fancy cakes, yet no one was adventurous enough to try them. However, my cousin kept asking for a mocha cake. What? So, I made her one from the original recipe that evolved to what it is today. Well received since 2000, this simple cake is a combination of coffee, chocolate and walnut which suites every palate. I named it Mohican, like the American Indian whose heritage is rooted as I hope to make my Mohican rooted in my heritage.
IDR 15 - IDR 350
Oat Meal Cookies
Who doesn’t know Steve Jobs? The inventor of Apple products! One of the most respected individuals who creates technological breakthroughs. I named my apple tart to honor his amazing creations. However, my apples are not from Silicon Valley, California, but they are from home grown local farmers in Batu, Malang. I hope this amazing apple tart can earn two tumbs up like yours, Steve. Kudos Steve Jobs!
IDR 35 - IDR 400
Going to California Culinary Academy in San Francisco, I had this fear that baking is hard and difficult. Luckily, pound cake was the first cake I learned. The recipe is very simple yet so delicious. It broke all my fears and encouraged me to bake more cakes and create new recipes. Why One to One? A pound cake is baked with a ratio of 1:1:1:1 pound of flour, butter, sugar and eggs. Now, I am delightful to present to you my Jamaican rum pound cake that is humbly simple but moist and buttery with a kick of rum. Unforgettable!
IDR 15 - IDR 175
I once had this iced lemon soda when touring Europe. It was just lemon with crushed fresh basil leaves and soda. Interesting, I thought. You won’t believe the expression on my sister’s face the first time she tasted this cake. He he he he J Indeed, it is a shocking cake that makes you say WOW. It just melts in your mouth but at the same time, will boost the inner energy.
IDR 30 - IDR 600
Banana is one of my favorite fruits to eat for breakfast and I always choose Chiquita/Dole whenever I buy banana. They are two of the largest banana suppliers in Northern America. Usually, after several days, the bananas become too ripe and too mushy to be eaten fresh. So I mash them up and bake them so I can enjoy it the next morning. Spiced up with cinnamon, this nutritious banana bread is a perfect companion for tea or coffee to start your day.
IDR 15 - IDR 100
Growing up in Surabaya, I was only exposed to “salty” cheddar and parmesan cheese. The first time I tasted a cheesecake was during my high school time at Ms. McQueen’s birthday. I fell in love right away. I never thought a cheesecake can taste sweet, salty, creamy and so smooth. My version less dense but I am sure most of you will like it a lot. By the way, I also found out that New York is not the origin of cheesecake. It was invented 4,000 years ago in Greece.
IDR 35 - IDR 400