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This memoir, peppered with authentic Balinese recipes, is a love letter to the food and culture of Bali When Janet De Neefe stepped off the plane in Bali in 1974, she felt an immediate connection to this island paradise. Though curious about Bali's culture, its warm people and its mouthwatering cuisine, she didn't expect to fall in love with a Balinese man and make a new life there.
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Richmond Community Services in Richmond, New South Wales Australia on Tuesday, June 15, 2021
Released 1 mo ago (6/15/2021 UTC) at Richmond Community Services in Richmond, New South Wales Australia
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In this delightful memoir, Janet shares entertaining stories of being 'gently shaped like warm rice for offerings' as she adapts to another culture and way of life. She offers insights into the ancient myths and rituals still alive in Bali today and passes on delicious recipes handed down through generations of her husband's family.