Chelina Manuhutu
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A record that always reminds you of Ibiza

A lot of them remind me of Ibiza but if I had to choose one it would be…

Sheeta – Mendo Remix

Your perfect breakfast would be…

First things first – a Latte Macchiato and then…pancakes, orange juice, a boiled egg, and yoghurt with granola and fruit.


The most unusual thing I have ever eaten…

Nothing weird that I know of! But the most disgusting I have ever eaten was chicken liver, the structure is horrible and I’m not really into octopus, it just doesn’t look nice to eat.


The dish that reminds me of my childhood

Typical Moluccan (the small Indonesian islands) rice table from my grandmother.

Who taught you to cook?

My mom.

Your favourite 3 restaurants in your home city of Amsterdam





Cafe Loetje


5 other restaurants from around the world you love

Casa Banana – Tulum


Temakinho – Ibiza


Dudu – Berlin


Fork – Capetown


Gado Gado – Bali


I also really love small local fish restaurants and street food you get in Brazil, Bahamas, Seychelles, Thailand and the Moluccan Islands.

Your guilty pleasure food. You know you shouldn’t but you always do…

McDonalds! Or French fries with mayonnaise and Kaassoufle – I love it!

What is your signature dish?

Salmon with oven baked potatoes and veggies, nothing special though.

If you could have a master-class with a celebrity chef, who’d you pick and why?

Jamie Oliver, because he is so fast and easy, it’s pure food and tasty.

Dead or alive – 3 famous people you would invite around for dinner…

Dwayne Johnson, Will Smith and Kevin Hart.

A dish you have yet to master…

A lot! I really don’t have much time to practice. But I would really love to make a good rice table like my grandma.

Your favourite pizza topping

Chorizo, pineapple, and rocket.

Your biggest ever food cock up

Lasagna that was too watery…

A dish you just cannot stomach

Weird insects.

Mealworm quiches are seen at the Rijn IJssel school for chefs in Wageningen January 12, 2011. All you need to do to save the rainforest, improve your diet, better your health, cut global carbon emissions and slash your food budget is eat bugs. Mealworm quiche, grasshopper springrolls and cuisine made from other creepy crawlies is the answer to the global food crisis, shrinking land and water resources and climate-changing carbon emissions, Dutch scientist Arnold van Huis says. To attract more insect-eaters, Van Huis and his team of scientists at Wageningen have worked with a local cooking school to produce a cookbook and suitable recipes. Picture taken January 12. To match Reuters Life! FOOD-INSECTS/ REUTERS/Jerry Lampen (NETHERLANDS - Tags: ANIMALS FOOD SOCIETY ODDLY) - RTXWPYM

You get in from the club pissed, dive in the fridge and usually come out with…?

Milk and cocopops!

The most expensive meal you have ever had?

A steak in an restaurant in New York

The most disgusting thing you have ever eaten at a festival

The burgers I ate at festivals were actually always pretty good, so I’ve never had a bad experience – YET!

The last time you used a cook book for a meal…

Maybe not a book but I always watch this 24kitchen with Rudolfs Bakery. It’s so bad because I always end up baking pasties in the middle of the night. Last time I used a book though was to make Jamie Olivers’ coconut pancakes with yogurt and mango.



My favourite restaurants on the island…


Can Caus





The best sunset spot for a cold drink…

Café Mambo


Your favourite Ibiza dish

Meat you have to cook yourself on the grill.

The perfect 24 hours in Ibiza would be…

First breakfast at Blue Marlin Marina and order Pancakes…


…then the beach (Cala Comte) to chill and swim


and then have lunch or a shake at Passion on the way home. Take a shower and change clothes, then party and drinks at Blue Marlin Ibiza till 0.00 then to Can Caus, eat dinner and order this amazing meat you grill by yourself and then off to the club! Pacha/DC10/Space/Amnesia…


…depends on which party they have going on but of course, normally always a techno party for me…