Welcoming Ramadhan, another The Buchari’s Gathering

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This time, the Bucharis held meet and greet at the youngest; our beloved Aunt Upah.
The location maybe different, but the taste and dominant color in dining table stay the same: Red.
We love our balado! (Spiced Chilli paste)

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Shrimp Balado

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Tambuso (Veal’s intestine stuffed with whipped tofu and eggs) in coconut milk broth

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Rendang Jengkol (Dogfruit), bigger size than stinky bean but has similar left after smell

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Crispy beef Balado

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We called it Springbed-Ommelete (Deep fried heavily-whipped egg and sambal)

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Young generations of Buchari: Amy, he’s a newly wed dentist and the family’s religious leader

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Young generations of Buchari: Andra, neurosurgeon from dokterandra.com and balado aficionado, he said Ramadhan is about positive thinking and be with the family

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Young generations of Buchari: Iqbal, the eldest and one of beurocrate in the family

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Martabak, much beloved salty snacks while waiting the meal cooked

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Lepat Sogan, heavy snacks made from sticky rice, fresh coconut shreds, banana and a little bit palm sugar. Savory and sweet filling treat.

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