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Indo-Dutch cooking course

Thursday 26th of October 2017 7:00pm - 10pm

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Indo Dutch cooking style is a little known culinary secret in America. It’s part of a shared Dutch & Indonesian heritage and one of the oldest fusion cuisines in the world - united by diversity and more than 350 years in the making. Join chef and author Jeff Keasberry for a hands-on exploration of this unique cuisine.

We will welcome you in Restaurant Kopi Kopi at 7pm with an aperitif and some Indonesian nibbets. After Jeff's introduction talk about the history of the Indo Dutch kitchen, we start cooking. We will make a three-course dinner together and Jeff will explain and guide us every step of the way. In small groups, you will learn how to do the prepping, cooking and plating of your dishes, before we will taste what we made. Afterwards, you get all the review of dishes & recipes. We will learn how to make:

    • Pangsit Goreng
      Deep-fried wonton filled with a shrimp/meat mixture

    • Gado Gado Lontong
      Vegetable salad with peanut sauce
      Lontong (compressed rice cakes)
      Krupuk Udang (shrimp crackers)

    • Pisang Goreng with ice cream
      Banana beignets with ice cream and melted palm sugar
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JEFF KEASBERRY

Jeff Keasberry is a Los Angeles-based entrepreneur and author of three popular cookbooks 2 published in the Netherlands (2012 & 2014), where he is known for making the Indo Dutch cuisine more accessible. His third book is published in the US – the first Indo Dutch Heritage cookbook in English. Jeff was born in Amsterdam, Holland and raised in his late grandmother’s once renowned Dutch Indies restaurant Djokja, of which he became the owner at the age of eighteen. Following his move to Los Angeles in 2005 he started craving his comfort food and realized that little is known about the cultures he belongs to and the food he grew up with. His passion to pursue the taste of home turned into a mission to preserve and promote his culinary heritage. He currently hosts cooking events, produces videos and writes about food on his blog.

There are only a few tickets left in the Thursday class.
If you would like to attend, please get your tickets via the 'Register here' button below.

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