food

Cultural Exchange Series: Cajun Risotto with Shrimp and Sausage

As I’ve mentioned in my previous posts, in Jakarta it is indeed more economical to buy ready-to-eat food at your nearby street vendors or restaurants compared to cook everything yourself. Consequently, I’ve been cooking way less since we moved. Daily home-made dinners and bento boxes are no more. Even so, I try to treat Sean… Continue reading Cultural Exchange Series: Cajun Risotto with Shrimp and Sausage

food · observations

The perks of going to seminars and workshops in Indonesia

If you have been following my blog posts, by now you might have a general sense of the Indonesian obsession with food. Most Indonesians eat smaller portions than the regular American meal, but more frequently. We love food so much, that we even talk about what to eat next as we are enjoying a meal!… Continue reading The perks of going to seminars and workshops in Indonesia