Paramaribo, Curaçao, Jakarta. Or, if we spoke the language of taste, we could use words like moksie alesie (super colourful rice with meat, chicken, mixed vegetables, white beans, chili and coconut milk), tutu (a creamy porridge made with black eye beans, nutmeg and sugar) or nasi goreng (traditional Indonesian main course with fried rice, chicken and prawns).To taste them all, however, we would have to take a long and demanding tour around the globe, going from Suriname to the Caribbean Islands and then all the way towards Indonesia. Alternatively, we could opt for an even more interesting choice: happily strolling around the canals of Amsterdam, searching for one of the many small or big gastronomic temples that, compared to the ethnic restaurants that have lately rooted in most of the contemporary metropolis, represent the distinctive cultural heritage of the city.
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|Stato di pubblicazione||Published - 2017|