Saroginis Sri Lanka Food Cookbook Wide
Gourmand World Cookbook Award

[caption id="attachment_642" align="alignright" width="199"] Sri Lanka Food Cookbook  - click to enlarge[/caption] Fantastic news, Sarogini's Sri Lanka Food has WON the Gourmand World Cookbook Award for Best Indian/Sri Lankan Cookbook! The Award ceremony was held in Daxing, Beijing, on May 20 and Sarogini and the Four Wallas...

Prepared Sri Lankan Spices
Super snacks for the holiday season

Hi everyone! It has been a long time since my last blog. Before I knew it another Christmas season is before us. Let me wish you all a very Happy Christmas and a bright and prosperous 2013. I would like thank all those who have been attending...

Whip up a fantastic Sri Lankan dish with ease

Hi everyone An insight into the preparation of a range of dishes in Sri Lankan cuisine will show you how rich and intricate this cuisine is. The preparation of Sri Lankan dishes makes one get passionate about cooking. There are no hard and fast rules. One can...

Sri Lankan Spice Guide
Cookbook ‘ingredients’ coming together nicely

Hi everyone I have not been blogging for a long time. Time passes so quickly when you are having fun! My friends Norman Burns, photographer Craig Kinder and designer Cally Browning, and myself, have been busy working on my Sri Lankan cookbook. Last August the four of...

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Tasty article in Perth’s Sunday Times

My grateful thanks are due to the Sunday Times for featuring me in their June 6 edition of Taste. I hope you all see my website for which I am thankful to, Norman Burns, Glenn Nicholas of OM4, and web designers Diane Wilks...

Sri Lanka Entertainer Cooking Class
Chillies the key to authentic flavours

Hi everyone Here I am with something new for my Blog. I have so far been giving you my personal experiences. Well I thought why not for a change write about the spices used in Sri Lankan and Indian cuisines. For a start I will talk about...

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Tamils celebrate around the world

Hi everyone Today, January 14, is a very auspicious day for Tamils all over the world. Today is Thai Pongal, which is a harvest festival equivalent to a thanksgiving event and is celebrated by Tamils across the world. Pongal in Tamil means “boiling over”. The act of boiling...

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Travels wide and far…

Hi everyone I am back after about three months' break. In October 2009, I went to the US to visit my daughter and her family. It was a very lovely trip especially meeting with one’s family. Unfortunately we only went to New Jersey and New York...

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Planning key for curry success

The cooking of rice and curry is considered to be a tedious task, but it is not if you follow a well-planned menu with a well-planned pattern. It will give you the pleasure of turning out a very appetizing and nutritious meal, satisfied with the thought...

A trip down memory lane

After a small break I am back again to continue my cooking classes. On the 10th of March my husband and I went to New Zealand for a holiday after being in Perth for four years. It was like going back home. Although I had always considered...