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Archive for December, 2016

Indonesian Traditional Cookies for Festivities Posted by on Dec 29, 2016

Festivities are not complete without the must-have, scrumptious, mouthwatering cookies that are always present in Indonesian households. ‘Kue kering,’ or dried cookie, is Indonesian for a cookie. Kue is a relatively broad term used in Indonesia for a wide range of pastries, from ‘kue kering’ (dry cookie) cookies to biscuits, scones, pies, ‘kue basah’ (wet cake) cakes, and tarts.…

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Best Culture and Travel Posts of 2016 Posted by on Dec 27, 2016

2016 was a big year here, as we had tons of great posts about Indonesia and its language and culture. We’ve already put together a list of the best language posts from this year, so go back and check that out to build your vocabulary and learn lots of useful grammar. This blog is also…

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Best Language Posts of 2016 Posted by on Dec 22, 2016

Most Common Indonesian Words

Another year has almost passed us by, as we get ready to move into 2017. While many are saying that 2016 was a pretty awful year, it was a good year for learning about Indonesian language and culture. I was fortunate enough to spend most of the year doing just that on the beautiful island…

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Celebrating the Holidays in Bali Posted by on Dec 19, 2016

Bali is a very popular place to celebrate Hari Natal (Christmas) and Tahun Baru (New Year). See what it’s like celebrating the holidays in Bali in this video. Hit an awesome Christmas buffet in Sanur, take part in a Balinese full moon ceremony (which is very rare to fall on Christmas Day), and party in Seminyak…

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Indonesian Food – Nasi Campur Posted by on Dec 13, 2016

No matter where you are in the vast archipelago nation of Indonesia, there’s one item that’s constant on menus – nasi campur (mixed rice). Whether you’re traveling on Sumatra, Java, Bali, or any of the other thousands of islands, you’re sure to find this Indonesian classic. Let’s learn a bit about this Indonesian staple food,…

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