I have a plea.
Taste new things when you travel.
I am not asking you to channel television host Andrew Zimmern in his shock-factor hungry show, “Bizarre Foods,” and chow down on bull testicles or fermented whale meat.
But is there anything off-putting about corn, beans and pumpkin stewed in coconut milk with ginger and lemongrass, and eating a bowl of it to warm you up while in the chilly highlands of Pulau Flores?
If that sounds unappealing to you, then you are missing out.
Continue reading “Recipe | Uta Tabha ft. Nusa Tenggara Timur (Bajawa)”
It was a toss-up for my next destination — Maluku or Nusa Tenggara Timur.
“Ooooo, Maluku, for sure!”
Nusa Tenggara Timur (NTT).
Continue reading “Feature | First Pick”
Slow Food Bali hosted Crystal to present and demonstrate her findings from Central Kalimantan. In this presentation, she shares her experience traveling through the world’s 3rd largest island and its remaining biodiversity. Crystal also makes Kopu and Kenta, two traditional recipes from the Dayak Ngaju that are close to vanishing.
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We are pleased to partner with Slow Food Bali (SFB) and be the first to appear in their new Thirsty Thursday series, where they will be exploring the importance of biodiversity in local food systems in Indonesia.
Continue reading “Event | Food Traditions of Central Kalimantan with Slow Food Bali”
Regret is not a sentiment I typically feel after a trip comes to an end.
It is more a sensation of gratitude and satisfaction, as I am sure others feel as well.
But there is one place where regret has sunk in.
Kalimantan*. Specifically, Central Kalimantan.
Continue reading “Feature | Central Kalimantan, Version 2.0”