Bangun pagi-pagi, ada rencana untuk belajar di luar. Hari ini tepat Veterans Day. Tak ada Bullrunner yang beroperasi. Puji Tuhan, HART masih beroperasi dengan jam seperti biasa. Aku ada rencana untuk mengerjakan tugasku di University Mall karena lokasinya dekat dari rumah. Sambil naik HART rute 12, aku meluncur ke sana. Eh, ‘gak taunya masih tutup. Mungkin karena masih jam 7 pagi kali ya? Hehehe. Mereka baru buka jam 10 pagi. Alhasil, jalan-jalan deh cari tempat yang ada meja dan kursi. Opsi kedua, rencana ke KFC, dekat University Mall. Tapi ternyata juga masih tutup. Andai ada McDonald dekat daerah itu, pasti aku sudah mampir. Jadinya misinya jalan-jalan pagi. Continue reading “Makan Pancakes di FirstWatch”
Do you know Indomie? I believe Indonesian people recognize this product. If you’re Indonesian and you are still being in America, don’t worry! You can find this product here. Actually, I know a lot of Asian market that sell Indomie. Well, I heard from my friends who live here. In Tampa, a place I’m living nowadays, you can find Indomie at MD Oriental Market, Oceanic, and some Asian market like that. It’s same with in Orlando, especially in Don-A market and 1st Oriental Supermarket. In order to prove it, I take some photos in 1st Oriental Supermarket. There we go.
For your Information, in Dong-A, they have a lot of products of Indonesia. Maybe next time, I’ll share you about it.
I, Valent, Freddy, Linda, Roy, and Putu have plan to eat together at Thai Temple. Actually, this place is called Wat Mongkolratanaram Thai Temple. According some information I read, it is a Buddhist Thai temple on the bank of the Palm River in Tampa, Florida. It is known for its Sunday food market. The temple is located at 5306 Palm River Road. I like this place because you can find some Thai foods, such as meatball, snacks, and so many foods there. Maybe, they have different’s name for their food. Their foods are delicious. So many people come there. Even you can find domestic people who is visiting this place. Here, I want to show some pictures to you.
I, Mr. Roy, and Miss Putu eat Tonkotsu at Sapporo Ramen, Orlando. It’s very delicious. Its cost is $9/bowl.
Based on Wikipedia,
Tonkotsu (豚骨, “pork bone”; not to be confused with tonkatsu) ramen usually has a cloudy white colored broth. It is similar to the Chinese baitang (白湯) and has a thick broth made from boiling pork bones, fat, and collagen over high heat for many hours, which suffuses the broth with a hearty pork flavor and a creamy consistency that rivals milk, melted butter or gravy (depending on the shop). Most shops, but not all, blend this pork broth with a small amount of chicken and vegetable stock and/or soy sauce. The noodles are thin and straight, and it is often served with beni shoga (pickled ginger). In recent years the latest trend in tonkotsu toppings is māyu (sesame oil), a blackish, aromatic oil made from either charred crushed garlic or Sesame seeds. It is a specialty of Kyushu, particularly Hakata-ku, Fukuoka (hence sometimes called “Hakata ramen”).