The Kitchen: Food Memories from The Heart of Timor

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

Author and food activist Dicky Senda will summon childhood food memories from his home in Taiftob Village in the highlands of Mollo, known as ‘The Heart of Timor’. Serving up jagung bose (white creamed corn porridge) and lu’at Mollo, a type of fermented sambal, this is a rare chance to discover unusual flavors and hear stories of food that binds families and communities.

Penulis dan Pegiat makanan Dicky Senda akan memanggil kenangan makanan masa kecil dari rumahnya di Desa Taiftob di dataran tinggi Mollo, yang dikenal sebagai ‘The Heart of Timor’. Menyajikan jagung bose (bubur jagung krim putih) dan lu’at Mollo, sejenis sambal fermentasi, ini adalah kesempatan langka untuk menemukan rasa yang tidak biasa dan mendengar cerita makanan yang mengikat keluarga dan masyarakat.

Featuring

Dicky Senda

From Mollo in the highlands of Timor, Dicky Senda is a novelist and food activist who has published a short story collection and a poetry collection. He founded the social …



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