I just wanted to holla at everyone and let ’em know that Skiz’s Original Sri Lankan Roasted Curry Powder is now available at Foodzie.com. If you love to eat and you haven’t checked out this site, you’re in for a real treat. They represent artisanal food producers from all over the country, who make their own products–everything from chocolate to pickles to cheese–and ship everything fedex, so it arrives at your door fresh. It’s an amazing idea, and as you scroll through the ranks of their products and read about the people who produce them, you realize that there is a whole community of people who are doing their own thing outside of the the limelight (i.e. Food Network), away from the chain supermarkets, and independent of the corporate Agro-Business interests which control out food supply (Peep the new documentary Food Inc.). Skiz’s Original Sri Lankan Roasted Curry Powder, made with 13 all-natural ingredients, lovingly crafted in my own kitchen in small batches, is proud to join the ranks of Foodzie, and I encourage everyone who loves food to check them out. I guarantee you’re going to buy something that is well worth it! Coming soon, I’ll be introducing Skiz’s Original Sri Lankan Raw Curry Powder for vegetables.
In addition, after this weekend, my curry powder will be available at New York’s number one spice emporium, Kalustyans (123 Lexington Ave & 28th St.–212-685-3451). If you’ve never been there, there is no better store for spices or international goods. They are only taking a few bottles to try it out, but if they sell out, they’ll definitely be ordering more, so do me a favor and ask Aziz, the manger, for it by name: Skiz’s Original Sri Lankan Roasted Curry Powder.
Finally, Rice & Curry: The Scotty Hard Sri Lankan Supper will be taking place tomorrow in Manhattan, and I’m up to my elbows in curry leaves as we speak preparing a Sri Lankan feast to benefit my good friend and brother Scotty Hard. I’ll have a full rundown of the event on the next one.
Until then, please check out Foodzie.com