The Food Research Revolution

Start: 25 Jun 2022 | 14:00 - 15:15
Category: Venue: Indus Restaurant. Jl. Raya Sanggingan Ubud (Google Maps)
Cost: Free

In Indonesia, the field of food research has come into its own as a means to investigate and preserve cultural heritage and long-lost recipes. But how can you transform information into an engaging publishable story? Why is writing food history important, where do you start in researching and what makes an international success?

Di Indonesia, bidang penelitian pangan telah hadir sebagai sarana untuk menyelidiki dan melestarikan warisan budaya dan resep yang telah lama hilang. Tapi bagaimana Anda bisa mengubah informasi menjadi cerita menarik yang bisa diterbitkan? Mengapa menulis sejarah makanan penting, dari mana Anda memulai penelitian, dan apa yang membuat sukses internasional?


Bea Crisostomo

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Michelle Prasad

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Helianti Hilman

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Janet DeNeefe

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