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Kitchen Stage: Black Box Mystery Challenge

Start: 14 May 2017 | 16:00 - 17:30
Category: Venue: Kitchen Stage @ Indus. Festival Hub @ Taman Kuliner (Google Maps)
Cost: International IDR150,000 | Resident IDR100,000 | Indonesian National IDR60,000 BUY TICKET FOODLOVER PASS

Three teams representing Hujan Locale, Kubu and The Ayung Resort, one and a half hours, one mystery box. With the local ingredients lurking within, each team will produce one dish while Arie Parikesit – the ‘walking dictionary’ of Indonesian street food – discusses their roles in regional cuisine. The winning team will be determined by Ibu Sisca Soewitomo, UFF Founder & Director Janet DeNeefe, and Spice Sisters Tasia and Gracia Seger.

Tiga tim yang mewakili Hujan Locale, Kubu, dan The Ayung Resort, dalam waktu satu setengah jam, dan satu kotak misteri. Setiap tim akan memasak dengan bahan makanan khas Indonesia yang ada di dalam kotak tersebut, sementara Arie Parikesit sang ‘ensiklopedia berjalan’ makanan kaki lima, akan mendiskusikan peran masing-masing bahan di daerah asalnya. Tim pemenang akan ditentukan oleh Ibu Sisca Soewitomo, UFF Founder & Director Janet DeNeefe dan ‘Spice Sisters’ Tasia dan Gracia Seger.

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Janet DeNeefe – Founder & Director

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