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Food porn: Bali edition

Food porn | October 2, 2015 | By

I was lucky enough to spend Chuseok in Bali, though in Ubud rather than the beaches and clubs of Kuta (I am too old for 5am partying these days).

I didn’t take photos of everything I ate – I’m Korean, but not that Korean! – and not everything I ate was worthy of being photographed, anyway. But here are a few highlights.

wpid-Photo-20151002090804113.jpgFunky coffee set at Seniman coffee in Ubud

wpid-Photo-20151002090804118.jpgBabi Guling (roast suckling pig) at the mighty Ibu Oka in Ubud – now a bit overtouristified, but still magnificent.

wpid-Photo-20151002090646541.jpgChicken curry for lunch

wpid-Photo-20151002090733213.jpg wpid-Photo-20151002090748105.jpgHotel breakfasts

wpid-Photo-20151002090646561.jpg wpid-Photo-20151002090646565.jpg wpid-Photo-20151002090646567.jpg wpid-Photo-20151002090646571.jpg wpid-Photo-20151002090646575.jpg wpid-Photo-20151002090733228.jpgI did a cookery class at Paon Bali, just outside Ubud (free pickup from the surrounding area). A large group size – some 16 people – but the lady in charge kept us all busy. One of the more entertaining classes I’ve done, and I now know how to make the basic Balinese sauce that is used to flavour so many dishes here.

wpid-Photo-20151002090646577.jpgResults of cookery class, with chicken satay, chicken curry, baked tuna in banana leaf, sweet and sour tempe, and more.

wpid-Photo-20151002090646517.jpgReally nice pizza, too! This was at Mamma Mia in Ubud.

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