Indonesian Sweet Talking with Farah Quinn

Meet Farah Quinn, Indonesian celebrity chef, restauranteur and award winning media personality, known for her culinary television shows.  Farah Quinn hails from Bandung Indonesia, has a bachelor’s degree in finance at the Indiana University of Pennsylvania and is a graduate of culinary arts at Pennsylvania Culinary Institute in the US. She participated in the World Pastry Championship…

Listen to Chef Yono - new podcast The Rice Table

Taking Indonesian Cuisine to New Heights

Meet award-winning Chef Yono Purnomo of Yono’s restaurant in Albany in NY. Owned and operated by the Purnomo family, this fine dining restaurant has been serving contemporary American and Indonesian fusion since 1986 and has been recognized by the James Beard Foundation, Wine Spectator, Santé, DiRoNA & The American Culinary Federation among others. Chef Yono…

Promoting Indonesian Culture in Philly

We are talking with Sinta Penyami Storms, passionate dancer, marketing expert and promotor of Indonesian culture in Philadelphia.  Sinta’s vision is to preserve the traditional culture through dancing, food, events and other experiences for the South Philly’s Indonesian community as well as the greater Philadelphia public. Listen to our conversation with another Indonesian entrepreneur in…

The Rijsttafel Club – LA

Welcome to The Rijsttafel Club Rijsttafel POP-UP Dinners Rijsttafel is the Dutch word for ‘rice table’ and is often referred to as the Ambassador of Indonesian culinary. Explore and discover a myriad of flavors and nuances coming together in this unique fusion cuisine. Chef Jeff will offer a 3-course menu which includes an appetizer, specially…

The new sriracha on the block: Chabé

Sriracha has become the modern synonym for hot sauce, as Kleenex is for tissue and Band-Aid is for adhesive bandage. The cult-like popularity of the trendsetting, U.S. made, fiery red condiment in the green-capped squeeze bottle with the rooster logo (aka rooster sauce) has even inspired Heinz, Tabasco and Lee Kum Kee to follow with…

East Coast Indo Dutch Food Talk

Another Indo Dutch food talk was on the schedule for the East Coast this time. Of course there was more because we know that talking about food grows an appetite. So, there I went on the red-eye to New York with a suitcase full of terasi, krupuk and spices. An invitation to speak and cook…

Jeff Keasberry interviewed at Heritage Radio Network

SHARE THE MESSAGE: TRY THIS AMERICA

There is so much to share on the subject of Indo Dutch Culinary Heritage. Luckily the media has shown interest in Indo Dutch Kitchen Secrets to help amplify the message. We need exposure to support our mission: to get America to explore this fascinating cuisine. I have been humbled by rave reviews and warm responses.…

Neville Keasberry at the Rijksmuseum

Before the times of television and 3D-viewers there was Stereoscope, a device by which two photographs of the same object taken at slightly different angles are viewed together, creating an impression of depth and solidity. My great grandfather Neville Keasberry was a well known photographer in Malang, Java. He had a subscription service you could…

Chef Jeff Working NYC

When East Meets West with Jeff Keasberry. A whole week Me, Myself and Chef Jeff were in wonderful New York to conduct two Indo Dutch cooking workshops in the Village for members of the Netherlands Clubs. Eager foodies ready to learn to cook and eat ‘Dutch Indies’ food, as there are not that many Indonesian restaurants…

Jeff’s Indonesian Banana Fritters are a hit

At Irvine’s largest annual event Global Village Festival (23 September 2017) more than 20,000 visitors experienced a multi-cultural day with musical performances, dance, arts & crafts and food samples from all over the world. We were there to launch our special festival treat PISANG GORENG (pronounced: pee-sahng-gor-reng), Indonesian style banana fritters. It was a festive premiere of our…