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NEW INDO DUTCH COOKBOOK

An inspiring full-color, hardcover cookbook about a unique culinary heritage, told through a collection of delicious recipes & stories. CLICK ON THE BUTTON BELOW To get updates and special rewards SIGN UP FOR OUR NEWSLETTER by clicking  HERE You will receive the latest news first and benefit from the special offers. MILESTONE! At a loss for words…

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Sending you best wishes

This year went by as fast as the Orient Express Train: Woo-Wooo! In retrospect 2015  was a good year and I am grateful for the loving family and friends who I got to share it with. I am excited about the new projects lined up for next year and thank you for your continued interest…

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The Land of Our Mothers.

Having roots in both Indonesia (motherland) and the Netherlands (fatherland) I have accumulated a nice mix of cultural elements from both countries that create a sense of belonging. My exploration is ongoing and I keep finding new things that I enjoy. For instance, when eating Indonesian food I sometimes play some Indonesian music to complete…

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A better day with a cup of Java.

[:en] In many countries the word “Java” has become synonymous with the word “coffee”, like “Xerox” has become for “copying.” Java coffee refers to coffee beans produced in the Indonesian island of Java. In the times of the Dutch East indies, the Dutch began cultivating coffee trees on the island of Java and started exporting…

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Padang salad for a Summer day

This dish is inspired by a salad from the Island of Sumatra with a mediterranean heritage. A proper meal named after the city of Padang with shrimp crackers of the city of Palembang. It’s fresh and varied and delicious voor a sunny day. Easy to prepare. The Krupuk Palembang is available at better Asian grocery…

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