Category: News


Divine Day Three of Ubud Food Festival

Posted: 13 May 2017 Category: Blog, News

Say it isn’t so! The third and final day of the Ubud Food Festival is here, but you better have room for a bounty of tasty bites as Day Three …

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Delectable Day Two of Ubud Food Festival

Posted: 12 May 2017 Category: Blog, News

After kicking off the Ubud Food Festival’s third year with a bang yesterday, we’re ready and raring to do it all again! For those who need a little help to …

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Delicious Day One of Ubud Food Festival

Posted: 11 May 2017 Category: Blog, News

It’s been months in the making and now the first day of Ubud Food Festival is finally here! Day One is packed with dozens of high-energy, maximum flavor events. Don’t …

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Ubud Food Festival for foodies on a budget

Posted: 06 May 2017 Category: Blog, News

Only three days remain until the third Ubud Food Festival, when thousands of food lovers flock to Ubud to celebrate Indonesia’s culinary scene and sample dishes created by Southeast Asia’s …

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Mindful eating at Ubud Food Festival

Posted: 01 May 2017 Category: Blog, News

With dozens of cafes and restaurants championing locally and ethically-sourced ingredients, Ubud is the island’s home of mindful eating. Ubud Food Festival has an extensive and diverse range of events …

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UFF17 Program Book Now Live

Posted: 26 April 2017 Category: Blog, News

With 100+ events and 100+ speakers to choose from, navigating the Ubud Food Festival is no easy feat! Our program book is your helpful guide to choosing your own culinary …

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Food for thought at Ubud Food Festival

Posted: 24 April 2017 Category: Blog, News

More than just three days of eating your way across the archipelago, the Ubud Food Festival is an opportunity for producers and consumers to share stories, swap ideas and unite …

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Refine your foodie finesse at Ubud Food Festival

Posted: 18 April 2017 Category: Blog, News

We know discerning foodies are always on the hunt for opportunities to sharpen their culinary skills, which is why our Masterclasses are designed to turn passions into professions. At Ubud …

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Weird & Wacky: Ulat Sagu

Posted: 29 March 2017 Category: Blog, News

As ubiquitous in Indonesia as eggplants, ulat sagu, or the larvae of the sago palm weevil, is only extreme-sounding as food due to the grubby connotations one has upon hearing …

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Ubud Food Festival 2017 Bertaburan Bintang Kuliner Benua Asia

Posted: 22 March 2017 Category: Blog, News

Di tahun 2017 ini Ubud Food Festival dipastikan akan menjadi yang terbesar sepanjang sejarah penyelenggaraanya. Penjelajahan kuliner selama tiga hari ini akan menghadirkan superstar dunia kuliner Indonesia dan beberapa negara …

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Come and get it! UFF17 lineup and tickets are on the table!

Posted: 22 March 2017 Category: Blog, News

More than 100 chefs, culinary icons, restaurateurs, environmental advocates and social innovators will descend on Bali this 12–14 May for the third Ubud Food Festival (UFF), which today releases its …

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Indonesian Superfoods: Black rice

Posted: 21 March 2017 Category: Blog, News

Indonesia is home to many of the world’s most nutritious superfoods. In our Indonesian Superfoods series we’ve spoken to industry experts about tempe, jackfruit, cassava and coconut. For our final …

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Weird & Wacky: Pagit-pagit

Posted: 21 March 2017 Category: Blog, News

If you find yourself in Batak Karo highlands of North Sumatra, invite yourself to lunch at a crowded eatery. Have a seat and order a pagit-pagit. Sweating though you may …

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Sambal Goreng

Posted: 20 March 2017 Category: Blog, News

An accomplished cookbook author and restaurateur, UFF Founder & Director Janet DeNeefe has enjoyed a love affair with Indonesian food spanning more than 30 years. In this series, we share …

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Weird & Wacky: Cacing nyale

Posted: 15 March 2017 Category: Blog, News

Borne by the waves to the lap of white-powdered coastlines under a moonlit sky, the sea-dwelling polychaete worms swim ashore by the billions for a few days per year, to …

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Pepes Ikan: Grilled fish in banana leaves

Posted: 08 March 2017 Category: Blog, News

An accomplished cookbook author and restaurateur, UFF Founder & Director Janet DeNeefe has enjoyed a love affair with Indonesian food spanning more than 30 years. In this series, we share …

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Weird & Wacky: Paniki woku

Posted: 08 March 2017 Category: Blog, News

There is a saying in Manado, capital of North Sulawesi: “Manadonese eat everything with four legs – except tables and chairs.” The Minahasans, the ethnic group of North Sulawesi, are …

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Indonesian Superfoods: Coconut

Posted: 06 March 2017 Category: Blog, News

The Western world has gone crazy for coconuts, which have been consumed and utilized in countless ways across equatorial regions for centuries. There are now more than 50 coconut products …

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Cucumber in roasted coconut milk (Timun Jeruk)

Posted: 05 March 2017 Category: Blog, News

An accomplished cookbook author and restaurateur, UFF Founder & Director Janet DeNeefe has enjoyed a love affair with Indonesian food spanning more than 30 years. In this series, we share …

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What to eat in… Surabaya

Posted: 01 March 2017 Category: Blog, News

In our #Whattoeatin culinary tour of Indonesia we’ve devoured a feast of delectable dishes, from babi panggang Karo in Medan to mantau sapi ladah hitam in Balikpapan. We’ve slurped mie …

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