Contact

My preferable contact mean is by email. Do contact me at irenechristiana[at]yahoo[dot]com[dot]au. Please send me an email to this email address as well if you wish to use any text or image from this blog.

In addition, you can also get in touch with me via social medias, as I am often online and checking them regularly:

Facebook page: Irene's Getting Fat!
Twitter: @irenesgf


Birthday, Christmas, Thanksgiving, Valentine's gifts are most welcome.

Just kidding.
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9 comments:

  1. hi irene! I am currently starting to write few posts in my blogs about food, still haven't claimed myself as a food blogger though. ;) I visited sydney last year and your blog really makes me miss it even more! feel free to visit my blog, anyway ;)

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    1. Hi Jessica!
      Love the name of ur blog and I enjoy flicking through the posts :)
      I hope you're enjoying mine too! Thanks for dropping by :)

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    2. Hi Irene, apakah ortumu berasal dari Bagan? Just curious. :)

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  2. hey :P I live in Sydney lol and my parents came from Indonesia. Anyways I went to Bandung a few years ago and had Ambokueh that you stated in this post "http://irenesgettingfat.blogspot.com.au/2012/09/mischellaneous-eats-5.html"

    In your post you mentioned that you had it home-made. Do you know how to make the sauce hahaha? I'm craving it >__< lol *spent hours googling for the recipe but couldn't find it :'(*


    Thanks :)!

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    1. Hi there!
      Yes it is homemade, but it's my aunt's friend who made it so I have no idea either about the sauce. Sorry! :(

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    2. If you want some good bandung food in Sydney go visit Bandung Rasa in Mascot. Amazing indonesian food, try the ayam sereh its super yummy!

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  3. Hi Irene,

    We hope you can join us this Saturday 24 August 2013 for our Haldon Street Festival from 10am-4pm. It'll be a foodies haven!

    Find out more at http://www.haldonstreetfestival.com.au

    City of Canterbury

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  4. Hi :) well i tried to find the deobokki recipe in Indonesia. But i couldn't find any, have any suggestions for the recipe that available in Indonesia?

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    1. Hi, I think the recipe can also be made in Indonesia, I reckon the ingredients are available in big supermarkets around. Thanks for your comment :)

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