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Indonesia Eats is written and photographed by Pepy Nasution; an Indonesian-born Winnipeg (Canada)-based food photographer.
A collection of Indonesian and Asian recipes with style, eye-catching photographs and personal stories about cooking Indonesian and being Indonesian away from home. Indonesia Eats is a memoir of her homeland.
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Sushi Hut, Brandon
16 May 2013 9:26 AM | 2 Comments
Ikan Ceng Cuan (Braised Ginger Fish – Peranakan Style)
09 May 2013 7:00 AM | 7 Comments
Korean Stir-Fried Squid Recipe (Ojinguh Bokkeum)
07 May 2013 6:30 PM | 6 Comments
05 May 2013 6:30 PM | 6 Comments
Raw Kale, Carrot, Cucumber, Celery Salad
10 April 2013 7:54 PM | 3 Comments
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Posted on December 19, 2011 | 10 CommentsHave you entered your chances to get an English edition of Indonesian Street Snack – Sweet and Savory Treats Cookbook? Palembang, the capital city of South Sumatra is famous for its freshwater fish recipes such as pempek (fishcake with spicy tamarind sauce), otak-otak (grilled...
Posted on January 5, 2011 | 18 CommentsSeriously, I have been wanting to make Ankake Donburi (あんかけ丼) for so long. Harumi Kurihara the author of Everyday Harumi cookbook has the explanation what Ankake is. Ankake is a typical Japanese sauce, made from thickened dashi stock and can be served with a variety...
Posted on July 13, 2010 | 26 CommentsI still have a bottle of nuoc mam cham in my fridge, the leftover from my post Bun Tong Nuong Cha Ram. At that time, I tripled the recipe since I really love the taste. Vietnamese herbs are plenty at the Asian markets in Winnipeg...
Posted on November 6, 2006 | 1 CommentI grew up with Japanese cartoon characters. One of my favourites was “Born To Cook”. It was about a young guy who really wanted to be a chef. He had a cooking battle like Iron Chef. As I remember he cooked Japanese Style Curry, which...