Special Event: Set Sail for the Spice Islands

29 Oct 2017 11:00 - 13:30
IDR 350,000
Casa Luna. Jl. Raya Ubud (Google Maps)

Set sail for the legendary Spice Islands over a three-course long table lunch at Casa Luna. Restaurateur and Festival Founder and Director Janet DeNeefe joins forces with culinary activist and filmmaker Rahung Nasution to evoke the extraordinary flavors and coveted ingredients that changed the course of history. Historian Ian Burnet and photographer-documentary maker Muhammad Fadli will help steer the ship.

Includes three-course long table lunch.

Berlayar ke Spice Islands yang legendaris melalui makan siang di meja panjang Casa Luna. Pengusaha Restauran dan Festival Founder & Director , Janet DeNeefe akan bergabung dengan pegiat kuliner dan Sutradara, Rahung Nasution untuk membangkitkan cita rasa yang luar biasa dan bahan makanan favorit yang mengubah jalannya sejarah. Sejarawan Ian Burnet dan Fotografer pembuat karya dokumenter Muhammad Fadli akan membantu mengarahkan sesi tersebut.

Termasuk tiga menu makan siang.

Featuring

Muhammad Fadli

Muhammad Fadli is a Sumatran-born photographer based in Jakarta. He focuses on documentary, travel, and portrait photography. He divides his time between editorial assignments, commercial works, and personal projects. Muhammad …


Rahung Nasution

Born and raised in Mandailing, North Sumatra, Rahung Nasution would cook dinner for his siblings daily while their parents worked in the rice fields. A food culture activist and documentary …


Janet DeNeefe

Melbourne-born Janet DeNeefe, Founder & Director of the Ubud Writers & Readers Festival and Ubud Food Festival, has lived in Bali for nearly three decades. Her latest book is Bali: …


Ian Burnet

Ian Burnet has spent 30 years living, working and traveling in Indonesia. His three titles, Spice Islands, East Indies and Archipelago – A Journey Across Indonesia, reflect his fascination with …



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