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What do we do when we need advice on where to go or what to do? Right, we consult friends or relatives for advice. Usually they know best. Now you can add keasberry.com to your list when it comes to matters of food and lifestyle, especially of the ‘Indo Dutch’ kind.
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One of my joys in life is eating Italian food. I resonate well with Italians as we have a lot in common. Maybe it’s because we share our love for food and family. Like with Indo Dutch it’s a matriarchal society. The grandmother (nona in Italian and oma in Dutch) rules in the kitchen and beyond. She get’s the family together with her food. My love for pasta must have come from being raised on mie or noodles. Not sure. Maybe I was Italian in my previous life? I just love the pureness of the cuisine.
Much of Italian life revolves around the dinner table. It’s well known that Italians are deeply versed in the gioie della tavola, or “the joys of the table.” Perhaps the first thing people think of when they think of Italy is the joy, warmth and magic created around the Italian table. That’s what people also think of Indo people. When we sit around the dinner table familial bonds are forged at the table; the deepest ties of love and friendship are developed and strengthened around a dinner table. We enjoy the food, talk about it and then talk about what we are going to eat the next day. We also exchange information on newly found restaurants.