At Frankfurt Book Fair

Event
Treasure and Flavours of the Spice Islands
12.15-13.15
Presenter: Bara Pattiradjawane
Venue: Gourmet Gallery, Show Kitchen

See and taste Bara’s Ambonese papeda, cassava sago porridge and its traditional accompaniment, Ikan Kuah Kuning, braised fish in yellow turmeric broth and Kohu-Kohu, the famous smoked fish salad, and other authentic taste!

Indonesian Business Lunch
12.00-13.00
Presenter: Indonesian Publishers & Book Committee
Venue: Indonesia National Stand, Hall 4.0 – C73

A networking opportunity with Indonesian Publishers while enjoying a tasty lunch at Indonesia National Stand.

From One Bean to Another
13.30-14.00
Presenter: Indonesian Culinary Team
Venue: Guest of Honour Pavilion, The Spice Island Cafe

Taste delicious Indonesian coffee and hear about the stories. Everyday we will feature a different coffee. Try them all, come back for more.

Indonesia’s Ethnic Ingredients for the World Cuisines
15.00-15.45
Presenter: Helianti Hilman
Venue: Guest of Honour Pavilion, The Spice Island Cafe

As an archipelagic nation, stretched over 17,000 islands on the equator, there is no simple description for Indonesia’s food diversity. Each ethnicity exhibits pride over specific ingredients, flavors, traditions and indigenous wisdom on food culture. Helianti will guide you through an astonishing selection of Indonesia’s ethnic food ingredients that are relevant for the world cuisine.

Happy Hour for Publishers
17.00-18.00
Presenter: Indonesian Publishers & Book Committee
Venue: Indonesia National Stand, Hall 4.0 – C73

A networking opportunity with Indonesian Publishers while enjoying delicious Indonesian canapes and drinks.

Event
From Jakarta Street Food to My Table
12.30-13.30
Presenter: Petty Elliott
Venue: Gourmet Gallery, Show Kitchen

Petty will transform Jakarta street food into gourmet dishes served at your table using her fun fusion style. Petty Elliott is a well-known food critic, writer and self-taught chef with a boutique, high-end private dining catering service. To have a seat in one of her cooking experiences is considered a coveted gastronomic coup. Sample her delicious recipes from her new book, Jakarta Bites.

Indonesian Business Lunch
12.00-13.00
Presenter: Indonesian Publishers & Book Committee
Venue: Indonesia National Stand, Hall 4.0 – C73

A networking opportunity with Indonesian Publishers while enjoying a tasty lunch at Indonesia National Stand.

From One Bean to Another
13.30-14.00
Presenter: Indonesian Culinary Team
Venue: Forum- Guest of Honour Pavilion, The Spice Island Cafe

Taste delicious Indonesian coffee and hear about the stories. Everyday we will feature a different coffee. Try them all, come back for more.

Food & Ritual in Bali
15.00-15.45
Presenter: Janet DeNeefe
Venue: Forum- Guest of Honour Pavilion, The Spice Island Cafe

Balinese ceremonial food is surrounded by complex rules and rituals with rice being the essential element that unites all. Chilli, garlic, red shallots, the gingers, aromatic leaves play a supporting role with each ingredient holding a significant place. Join Janet DeNeefe on a magical journey through the meaning of ceremonial food in Bali.

Happy Hour – Indonesia Party!
17.00-18.00
Presenter: National Committee of Indonesia
Venue: Guest of Honour Pavilion, The Spice Island Cafe

Party time for friends of the Guest of Honour Indonesia.

Event
Indonesian Business Lunch
12.00-13.00
Presenter: Indonesian Publishers & Book Committee
Venue: Indonesia National Stand, Hall 4.0 – C73

A networking opportunity with Indonesian Publishers while enjoying a tasty lunch at Indonesia National Stand.

Bali: The Food of My Island Home
12.00-13.00
Presenter: Janet DeNeefe
Venue: Gourmet Gallery, Gourmet Salon

Janet DeNeefe has made Ubud, Bali, her home for the last 30 years and owns Casa Luna and Indus restaurants, as well as the renowned Casa Luna Cooking School. She is also the founder and director of the Ubud Writers & Readers Festival and the new Ubud Food Festival. Join Janet DeNeefe as she presents Bali: The Food of My Island Home with tastings from her favourite pages.

From One Bean to Another
13.30-14.00
Presenter: Indonesian Culinary Team
Venue: Guest of Honour Pavilion, The Spice Island Cafe

Taste delicious Indonesian coffee and hear about the stories. Everyday we will feature a different coffee. Try them all, come back for more.

Jailolo Kitchen – West Halmahera’s Gastronomic Delights
15.00-15.45
Presenter: Maharasa Indonesia + West Halmahera Regional Province
Venue: Guest of Honour Pavilion, The Spice Island Cafe

Maharasa group will share the great stories and delicacies of Jailolo, a special region known as The Spice Island, the old world’s trading route and main source of spices. Rich volcanic soil, tropical temperatures, and monsoon rains are the key ingredients to the diversity of species and abundant indigenous ingredients, such as clove, nutmeg, coconut, sago, banana, palm sugar, cassava and pili nut.

One Nation, Thousands of Flavours
15.00-16.00
Presenter: Bondan Winarno & Sandra Djohan
Venue: Gourmet Gallery, Show Kitchen

Discover Indonesia’s rich and complex regional cuisines from two famous culinary presenters. Bondan Winarno’s popular TV show Taste of Indonesia sets off trends, awareness and appreciation among Indonesians on local food culture. While Sandra Djohan’s mishmashed cultures is what makes her unique in co-hosting her Spice of Life TV program.

Happy Hour for Publishers
17.00-18.00
Presenter: Indonesian Publishers & Book Committee
Venue: Guest of Honour Pavilion, The Spice Island Cafe

A networking opportunity with Indonesian Publishers while enjoying delicious Indonesian canapes and drinks.

Event
Leaf it to Tea, The Variety & Culture of Indonesian Tea
10.00-10.45
Presenter: Santhi Serad
Venue: Guest of Honour Pavilion, The Spice Island Cafe

A land of well-watered, sun-drenched highlands, Indonesia is ideal for growing top-quality tea. Santhi Serad will relate the history of Indonesia’s contribution to the world of tea, from the pioneering plantations in the 17th Century to the role of this refreshing, soothing beverage in contemporary Indonesian culture. Santhi will show various types of herbal teas and specialty tea beverages.

Indonesian Cooking Inspirations
10.00-11.00
Presenter: Vindex Tengker
Venue: Gourmet Gallery, Show Kitchen

Chef Vindex will share practical skills in cooking delicious Indonesian food. Vindex has worked in some of the best kitchens in Jakarta and Bali. He was a judge on Master Chef Indonesia and is a often called on to be a jury member in many cooking competitions around Asia. He is launching his new book Iconic Indonesian Cooking with a memorable tasting experience.

White, Yellow & Red, Indonesian Basic Seasoning Pastes
12.30-13.00
Presenter: Sisca Soewitomo
Venue : Gourmet Gallery, Gourmet Salon

Chef Sisca has always emphasized the keys to delicious Indonesian cooking are simplicity and advance preparation to fit our modern lifesyle. She will demonstrate how to prepare three basic Indonesian spice mixes: red, yellow and white, and prepare tastings of delicious dishes using these three spice mixes. Sisca is a pioneer in the Indonesian culinary world and has published more than 130 cookbooks.

Kecap Manis (Sweet Soy Sauce) a National Condiment
13.00-13.45
Presenter: Bondan Winarno
Venue: Guest of Honour Pavilion, The Spice Island Cafe

Kecap Manis, a blend of soy sauce and palm sugar, is Indonesia’s national condiment and used in many signature dishes. As a staple in daily life, only few are aware of the interesting stories behind it. In his new book, Bondan Winarno will share about kecap manis through folklore, anecdotes, and recipes, and showcase this exotic and unique creation.

Indonesian Artisanal Coffees
15.00-15.45
Presenter: Lisa Virgiano
Venue: Guest of Honour Pavilion, The Spice Island Cafe

Lisa will showcase Indonesia’s best coffees, from Gandangbatu Arabica, Merapi Robusta to Solok Arabica. She works tirelessly with Indonesian Coffee Project to raise the quality and production of Indonesian coffee beans involving coffee and agricultural experts, farmers, chefs/baristas, and coffee connoisseurs. Listen to her coffee stories and join Lisa’s coffee tasting session.

Happy Hour – Indonesia Party!
17.00-18.00
Presenter: National Committee of Indonesia
Venue: Guest of Honour Pavilion, The Spice Island Cafe

Party time for friends of the Guest of Honour Indonesia.

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Nasi Minyak Batanghari (Complex Spiced Fragrant Rice)
10.00-11.00
Presenter: William Wongso
Venue: Gourmet Gallery, Show Kitchen

Everyone can take their pick from the vast array of Indonesian culinary treasures. William Wongso will introduce regional food specialties and the culinary characteristics of the world’s largest archipelago. He will take you through an enchanting journey from the West to the mysterious East. Learn more about old spices and fresh ingredients used in Indonesian cooking.

Forgotten Grains: Gluten Free Baking & Healthy Meals
12.00-12.45
Presenter: Mary Jane Edleson
Venue: Guest of Honour Pavilion, The Spice Island Cafe

Mary Jane will share her journey & cooking in exploring the use of lesser known grains, tubers, nuts & seeds, applied to gluten-free baking & meals. Mary Jane’s 35 years in Indonesia has seen her become a culinary educator, organic gardener, author & artist. She is a founding member of the Bali Institute for Sustainable Agriculture, director of Amertha Studios & convivium leader of Slow Food Bali.

The Art of Banana Leaves Food Wrapping
13.00-13.45
Presenter: Sisca Soewitomo
Venue: Guest of Honour Pavilion, The Spice Island Cafe

From centuries ago untill today, Indonesian cooking often involves the use of banana leaves to wrap dishes and desserts. Banana leaf packages are mostly required in steaming and grilling process and it requires special skills to master the art of wrapping. Sisca Soewitomo will demonstrate the art of banana leaf wrapping by showing step-by-step methods in a practical and elegant way.