The Kitchen: Bali’s Ceremonial Food

28 Oct 2017 14:00 - 15:00
/ IDR 100,000
Toko Toko. Festival Hub, Jl. Raya Sanggingan (Google Maps)

Ubud culinary expert Gusti Nyoman Darta is a leading authority on Balinese culinary culture, in all its forms, flavors and ceremonial purposes. Join him for a session based on one of Bali’s most commonly found foods, lawar. With a colorful array of varieties – from Muscovy duck to octopus – lawar is both a much-loved meal and an important ceremonial dish.

Pakar kuliner Ubud, Gusti Nyoman Darta adalah ahli budaya kuliner Bali yang terkemuka, dalam segala bentuk, rasa, dan tujuan adat istiadatnya. Bergabunglah dengannya untuk sesi yang didasarkan pada salah satu makanan paling terkenal di Bali, lawar. Dengan beragam jenis yang berwarna – dari bebek Muscovy sampai gurita – lawar keduanya merupakan makanan yang sangat disenangi dan hidangan upacara adat yang sangat penting.

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Gusti Nyoman Darta

Gusti Nyoman Darta is an expert in the traditional culinary culture of Ubud. He began dabbling in the culinary world in the beginning of the 1970s, and a year later …



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