After years of doing Supper clubs and Pop-ups in all manner of places, I’m finally taking the plunge, folks, and opening up my own underground restaurant. And here’s the rub–it’s going to be in my own home! Think of it as a speakeasy serving delicious food. People are constantly asking me, “When are you going … Continue reading Welcome to the debut of Skiz’s Original Suppers
I’ve been doing pop-ups and supper clubs for a minute, but mostly highlighting the cuisine of Sri Lanka, which I grew up eating. Now it’s time to stretch out and showcase other foods I love. If you’ve followed my show Pan Asian on Youtube, you know that I’m a huge fan of pretty much all … Continue reading Skiz’s Original Presents “The Pan-Asian Pop-Up”
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
It is with sadness that I must acknowledge the passing of a great friend and mentor, Thangarajah Arjuna, in Sri Lanka on this Easter Sunday, April 16th–the same day of his birth. I had known Arjuna for many years as the upstairs neighbor of my Aunty Dora in the small cluster of flats on Park … Continue reading R.I.P. Arjuna
After hibernating for the winter, we are ready to bring back the heat with the first official Sri Lankan Pop-Up of the season. We return to one of our favorite locations, The Peabody Heights Brewery, in Charles Village where the people are nice and the beers are cold (and plentiful)! Join Chef & Cookbook Author … Continue reading Return of The Sri Lankan Pop-Up @ Peabody Heights, Saturday, May 6th
As someone who writes a food blog, I try to keep this space as apolitical as possible, but as a second generation immigrant myself, I cannot remain silent when I see the country of my birth–America–drastically change in its relation to immigrants and refugees. One of the founding tenets of this country is its inclusiveness … Continue reading Food Blogger Initiative: Cooking With A Hyphen