Introducing clients to our dishes is both delicious and fulfilling,
LAUNCESTON, Tasmania (PRWEB) June 27, 2016
Visit and taste the “Island of the Gods” without leaving your kitchen in David Barratt’s book, “A Traveler's Guide to Balinese Street Food.”
The small island of Bali is rich with a union of religion, tradition and people, yet many chefs and amateur cooks may be unfamiliar with her delicacies. Barratt shares his guide to Balinese food culture, emphasizing street food and festival dishes, recipes included.
“My wife and I have now been going to Bali for over thirty years,” Barratt said. “How much change and sophistication we have seen, yet the vital essence that attracted on that first visit still exists just around the corner.”
No visit to the island's culture would be complete or satisfying without understanding the spiritual implications of food, so co-author to the text, I Wayan “Budi” Budiasa, serves as a Bali-Hindu cultural guide.
“Introducing clients to our dishes is both delicious and fulfilling,” Budiasa said.
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A Traveler’s Guide to Balinese Street Food
By David Barratt and I.Wayan Budiasa
Available in softcover, hardcover, e-book
Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Xlibris
About the author
David Barratt was introduced to Balinese culture by his grandparents and quickly fell in love with traditional curries and spices. His book, “A Traveler’s Guide to Balinese Street Food” is an opportunity to share his passion with fellow adventurers. Barratt currently lives in Launceston, Tasmania.
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