Please join me for a light, healthy, SPICY dinner on Thursday: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/an-introduction-to-rice-curry-sri-lankan-home-cooking-with-gastronaut-skiz-fernando-bazaar-spices-tickets-26312953753 Continue reading Rice & Curry @ Union Market DC, Thursday, July 21st
It’s been far too long since my last supper club, so I’m doing it again–this time for the hometown crowd of Baltimore–at the Peabody Heights Brewery Tasting Room. Pairing spicy Sri Lankan food with craft beer only makes sense, and Peabody Heights is one of the city’s newest and best breakout breweries, handling the production … Continue reading The Sri Lankan Supper Club @ Peabody Heights Brewery — July 9th
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The other day I was checking out the newly opened Tasting Room of The Peabody Heights Brewery, an independent brewing facility located just down the road from me. The spacious place has chairs and tables and a big bar serving all 16 craft beers that they brew there (open Fridays 5-7 p.m. and Saturday, 11-4 … Continue reading The Sri Lankan Pop-Up @ The Peabody Heights Brewery in Baltimore
I return to The Hill Center on Capitol Hill in DC to do another class on the basics of Sri Lankan cooking. To be honest, I never thought I’d be doing cooking classes in a million years, but it kind of makes sense as this is an extension of my cooking show on Youtube, … Continue reading Rice & Curry 101 @ The Hill Center DC, May 17th
This past week I had the pleasure of participating in 2 events which involved Sri Lankan food. The first, was a Sri Lankan Supper Club in Baltimore–put on by yours truly–at the home of some friends which attracted 30 guests, who have all now been duly baptized in the Church of Rice & Curry. Unfortunately … Continue reading YouAssist Fundraiser in VA — A Rousing Success!!
Seeing that there is no Sri Lankan restaurant within a 200 miles radius, and Sri Lankan food is probably some of the tastiest to stuff to emerge in popular consciousness in the last few years, I would have thought there would have been a run, no, a sprint, to sign up for the latest … Continue reading One Mo’ Time for The Sri Lankan Supper Club — Bmore