CMN Video: Indonesian Cooking – Pepes Ikan dan Udang

Chef Mark’s Indonesian Adventure concludes with a trip to the Wayan Cooking School in Bali, where Chef Mark learns how to make Pepes Ikan dan Udang, or fish and shrimp steamed in a banana leaf. The most aromatic blend of spices makes this dish amazing! (And yes, that is prodigious perspiration on Chef Mark’s shirt! It was HOT!)

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Video: Chef Mark’s Indonesian Adventure, Part 2: Central Java

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Video: Chef Mark’s Indonesian Adventure, Part 1: Bali

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More Great Coverage of Pesta Blogger & Indonesia

Here are a bunch of other great links to coverage of Pesta Blogger.

Some Vlogs from Indonesia

Some more of my quick bite vlog posts from Indonesia!

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We learn about some of the special spices from Africa, and about how tea is processed.

Photos from Jakarta

More pictures from my amazing trip to Indonesia, as we arrive in the capital of Jakarta for Pesta Blogger.

More Photos from Indonesia

I continue my trip to Indonesia, visiting JogJakarta, where we see Prambanan Hindu temple and Borobudur Buddhist temple, both within sight of the magnificent Merapi volcano.

Quick Bites: Chef Mark in Bali

Chef Mark learns how a proper Balinese man dresses & dance with a beautiful girl!

Photos from Bali, Part 1

The Road to Pesta Blogger 2008 begins for me in Bali, where a group of Indonesian bloggers and 5 foreign bloggers meet up to discover the wonders of Indonesia. These are photos from the first 2 days in Bali.