Monday, October 23, 2017

Tomato Souce

Sauce tomato, made from french, Chinese sauce tomato, Indonesian sauce tomato, ABC sauce.

How to made this.

This recipe is use tomato as ingredient, so this cook will taste tomato sauce. Material and cooking procedure describe as follows:


200 gr aubergine, sliced
2 tbs vegetable oil
1 tomato, finely ground into paste
1 cup water


3 garlic cloves
5 shallots
1 tsp sugar
4 red chilies
salt to taste

Kiwi Fruit

Kiwi fruit is a fruit that just can grow in certain area, not all area in the world can be planted by this fruit plant. The Kiwi fruit is the fruit of a grapelike, deciduous vine, Actinidia Chinensis, native to south central China, where it grows on trees to heights of 10 m (30 ft) or more. About 1906 it was introduced into new Zealand, which is now the principal producer of the fruit, although plantings have also been made in California.

The small, round fruit has a fuzzy, greenish brown skin roughly resembling the plumage of the kiwi bird; its flesh is a translucent emerald green, with a refreshing limelike flavor. Kiwi fruit is eaten fresh or cooked, and like the papaya, its juice may be used as a meat tenderized.

Tomato Taste

Tomato is very interesting color fruit when already ripe. If the taste are sweet only many people will like this fruit and directly eat. Because the taste is rather sour, so this fruit is more delicious if eat in juice, or make of souse and sambal. (Indonesian)

The temptation of Tomatoes Color in the fast day. Not like kiwi fruit even the taste of these two kind of fruit are similar rather sour, tomatoes have different looking for our eyes because the color of tomatoes contains more temptation than kiwi fruit.

Sunday, October 22, 2017

Pepper Trees

Pepper is the dried fruit of a vine, Piper nigrum, that is native to the east Indies and is cultivated in Indonesia, Malaysia, India, Brazil, Madagascar, and Sri Lanka. A pungent spice and a stimulant, pepper has been highly valued for centuries. European demand for pepper was a factor in the 15th century search for ocean routes to the spices growing east. Black pepper is the dried, unripe berry, or peppercorn; white pepper, which has a milder flavor hull has been removed.

pepper tree

Black pepper is produced from the still-green unripe berries of the pepper plant. The berries are cooked briefly in hot water, both to clean them and to prepare them for drying. The heat ruptures cell walls in the pepper, speeding the work of browning enzymes during drying. The berries are dried in the sun or by machine for several days, during which the pepper around the seed shrinks and darkens into a thin, wrinkled black layer. Once dried, the spice is called black peppercorn.

Organic Vegetables

Organic vegetables are plating without any chemicals use as fertilizers. In horticulture, a vegetable is a herbaceous plant that is edible in whole or part. Parts usually eaten (and representative vegetables) include roots (beet); stems (asparagus); tuber (potato); leaf bases (onion); leaf petioles (celery); entire leaves (cabbage); flower parts (broccoli); immature fruit (cucumber; and mature fruit tomato). Of great importance in the human diet, vegetables are rich in vitamins and minerals and supply fiber and bulk. Some are excellent protein sources when combined with other foods, such as excellent protein sources when combined with other foods, such as beans with rice. They are usually low in calories.

Vegetables are cultured as annuals, with the exception of artichokes, asparagus, cardoon, chives, horse dish, and rhubarb, which are grown as perennials. Propagation is mostly by seed, but artichokes and rhubarb, for example, are propagated by divisions, and Irish potatoes by tubers or tuber sections.

Growth Requirements

Vegetables are variable in climatic requirements. Temperature and, to a lesser extent, length of day are the climatic components most influential in determining yields. Cool season crops grow best from 12 o to 20 oC (54o to 68o F) and include green peas, lettuce, cabbage, onions, and spinach. Warm season crops grow best from 18o to 20 oC (64 o to 82 oF) and include beans, egg plant, okra, peppers, sweet corn, and tomatoes.

The precise climatic requirements of many crops have resulted in much centralization of production in those areas with suitable climate. An excellent example is the Salinas Valley of California, which, because of ocean cooling, provides ideal conditions for the culture of such cool season crops as lettuce, celery, and broccoli during the summer months.

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