Check the lastest article on saveur.com: http://www.saveur.com/how-to-make-roasted-curry-powder-sri-lankan You can order it right here: http://www.skizsoriginal.com/new-products/ Continue reading Skiz’s Original Sri Lankan Roasted Curry Powder Featured in Saveur!
Back by popular demand, the only gourmet, small-batch, Sri Lankan curry powder on the market returns. I started off making this magic powder exclusively for friends and family. Then they convinced me I should market it. But juggling so many things, as I am known to do, I eventually grew tired of dealing with it. … Continue reading Skiz’s Original Sri Lankan Curry Powders Available Once Again
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
Welcome to the pilot episode of Off The Eaten Path, a new series in development from Cinqua and Film Food. We’ve all drooled, probably with more than a tinge of jealousy, as TV personalities like Anthony Bourdain and Andrew Zimmern tuck into exotic dishes in far away lands. Chances are we’ll never have the time … Continue reading Off The Eaten Path: Brooklyn Chinatown
Regular readers of my blog know that I love to discover new and interesting places to eat–especially if they are serving something hot, spicy, and delicious that you can’t get anywhere else. As my YouTube channel attests, I have documented my culinary travels “Off the Eaten Path” for years. Currently I am in the process of … Continue reading Off The Eaten Path: ‘Little Pakistan’ (Brooklyn)
If there’s something I love more than cooking Sri Lankan food, it’s showing other people how easy it is to make at home. So, once again, I am returning to the Hill Center in DC’s Capitol Hill neighborhood, to demonstrate how it’s done. The three-hour class is hand-on and immersive, and afterwards I … Continue reading Learn Sri Lankan Home Cooking @ The Hill Center DC on March 28th
South Indian cuisine has a reputation for being some of spiciest, most flavorful food around. A lot of times, however, people mistakenly believe it is strictly vegetarian. Not so for Chettinad cuisine, which is the food of the Chettiars, a group of Tamils in southern India who do eat certain meats (i.e. mutton, chicken) and … Continue reading Pan Asian: Chettinad Shrimp (South India)