About Free Spirit Food

Free Spirit Food is inspired by my travels and (mainly) foodie adventures with some detours to special art and cultural experiences that (mainly) end in associated eating memories.

Having spent my early childhood in South Africa I grew up surrounded by the smells and taste sensations of my extended family’s delicious Indian cooking. I also took for granted our weekly Sunday roast dinners and sitting down to sample traditional African food.

Growing up in Australia my horizons expanded to Italian and of course Thai, Chinese and Vietnamese delights. Having leased a house in Ubud with friends for 3 years or so I also learnt about and love Balinese and Indonesian food.

My travels have fanned my abiding interest in cooking and exploring the tantalising flavours of the world.  I hope my recipes, reviews, tips and tales will inspire you to try some new foodie adventures at home and afar.



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  3. Hi, nice to meet you. You’ve visited many places and have great experience on food taste of various country!
    Ah, i should make post about Indonesian food too on my blog some times, so i can share delicious meals from my country 🙂
    Well, for now, greetings from Indonesia 🙂

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