More than 70 cuisines served in Indonesia Culinary Festival held in Consulate General of Indonesia in Houston, United States, 15 November 2014.
"The typical Menu of Indonesia from Sabang until Marauke, almost all can be found and enjoyed by the people of Houston, this culinary wealth symbolize the diversity and cultural richness of Indonesia," said Consul General of Indonesia in Houston, Henk Saroinsong, according to http://kokimganteng.blogspot.com/2015/06/resep-empek-empek-kapal-selam.html …
a press release from the CONSULATE GENERAL Houston received Between, Sunday.
The Festival was attended by over 1,000 people of the local community, representatives from Indonesia, the Diaspora and Friends of Indonesia. Some visitors even willingly traveled from out of town like Dallas, Austin, San Antonio and Louisiana to come and enjoy food Indonesia.
"Indonesia Food is one of the best food in the world, I do not regret coming from far away," said Megan, who came from Dallas, the four-hour trip from Houston.
The activities of Indonesia is a culinary festival Festival Culinary Indonesia first in Houston that aims to support the promotion of culinary Indonesia to the international community.
This show introduces the Indonesia food was divided into four zones of the region namely Maduranese & Java Zone, Sumatra, Borneo, Sulawesi and zone & Bali, NTT, http://kokimganteng.blogspot.com/2015/06/resep-tumis-kangkung-saus-tiram-enak.html …
NTB, Maluku and Papua. Each Zone featuring food and drink as well as a wealth of distinctive cultural regions.
The Festival showcases the menus into a subscription fixed festival such as beef rendang, fried rice, chicken sate padang and sate madura, and rarely seen in the us such as gudeg Yogya, coto makassar, ijo banana, chicken cicane, chicken betutu, Oriental and sate lilit, panada, pelalah chicken and fish markets.
The Festival also introduced products that Indonesia got a good reception from the local community, such as instant noodles, Spicy Roa Bitchy, Andris Tempe and Gooday Coffee. Some community organizations also opened a booth to introduce and explain about the culture of Indonesia.
In addition to food, the event also presents a variety of regional and national anthem Indonesia to entertain participants of the festival, performances of angklung, jaipong dance, dance laleng, dance, pillar and rocking disco.
This Culinary Festival also managed to muster the funds amounted to us $ 1.235 organised by Indonesia Foundation (IDF) Diaspora to donate for the construction of several bridges in the area left in Indonesia.
This activity is part of a series of Indonesia the Week to promote Indonesia in Houston utilizing activities Citizenship Month downtown Houston during the month of November.
Before this, the CONSULATE GENERAL of Houston has been showing two notable film by Indonesia that he went and Lovely Man at the Indonesian Film Festival, Mini ladder 5-6 November 2014 and Product Exhibition in Indonesia Made in Indonesia: Indonesian Product Distributor Meeting November 14, 2014.