The Hague is also known as ‘the Widow of the Dutch Indies’. After World War II and through the 1960s, hundreds of thousands of Dutch, Dutch-Indonesian and Indonesian-Chinese people amongst others, repatriated to the Netherlands. For many, it was the first time they had ever set foot in the Netherlands.
Whenever I roast a chicken for dinner, I use the leftovers of the chicken to make Soto Ayam for the next day, or Indonesian chicken soup. It's a family favourite and delicious to eat any day of the year. This Indonesian popular dish can be found all across Indonesia, but
When good people and good food come together, one thing is for certain: food becomes the main topic of conversation. Such was the case at the Indo Food Tours which Helena @eating_habits_nl and I have been organising in The Hague. What started as a joke, ended up as