Culinary Journey

There are 2 comments on the Forbes.com story from May 24, 2011, titled Culinary Journey. In it, Forbes.com reports that:

Yono Purnomo is living the American dream as a celebrity chef earning millions. Although U.S. President Barack Obama loves Indonesian food, it's still an unknown cuisine to most Americans.

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eki

Since: Oct 10

Indonesia Raya

#1 May 25, 2011
Makanlah makanan Indonesia yang sehat. Kurangilah memakan makanan sampah untuk memperpanjang umur dan hidupmu!
Anonymous

Bandung, Indonesia

#2 Jun 3, 2011
So true Eki.
We are what we eat. We need to stop eating rubbish.

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