Food of Sri Lanka


Author: Douglas Bullis,Wendy Hutton

Publisher: Tuttle Publishing

ISBN: 1462907180

Category: Cooking

Page: 120

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This book features over 60 sumptuous recipes originating from the four corners of the island, including classics such as appa and iddiappan (eff and string hoppers), pittu (steamed rice flour rolls), kiri bath (milk rice), ambulthiyal (claypot fish), konda kaum (topknot cakes) and an array of sambol or condiments. Stunning location photography, a detailed glossary of ingredients, and comprehensive introduction to this paradise isle, make The Food of Sri Lanka the perfect companion for your adventure into the delicious world of Sri Lankan cuisine.

The Food Stamp Scheme in Sri Lanka

Costs, Benefits, and Options for Modification


Author: Neville Edirisinghe

Publisher: Intl Food Policy Res Inst

ISBN: 9780896290594

Category: Social Science

Page: 85

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The policy change; Price subsidy and food stamp benefits; The beneficiaries; The effect on fiscal costs and income distribution; Patterns of food consumption and nutrition before and after the subsidy program change; Inflation and the real value of food stamps; Impact of food stamps on nutrition and cost-effectiveness; The nutrition of children and income transfer.


Recipes from Sri Lanka


Author: Emily Dobbs

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 1409171450

Category: Cooking

Page: 256

View: 7864

'As enticing as a soft breeze through Galle, and equally delectable, Weligama is spice-scented, evocative and the perfect introduction to Sri Lankan Cooking.'- Tom Parker Bowles 'Emily is one of the best cooks I know and Sri Lanka is one of my favourite countries - so this is a mind blowing combination.' - Meera Sodha, author of Made in India 'This book has all the brightness and vibrancy of the author, with recipes for dishes that whet the appetite mightily. An urgent need to visit Sri Lanka is inevitable after reading this book.'- Jeremy Lee, Quo Vadis 'The food of Ceylon so deserves to be better known and - as Emily says of the hopper she introduced to the streets of London with great acclaim - it's nice!' - Darina Allen, Ballymaloe Cookery School 'Emily is a wonder and gets to the heart and soul of Sri Lankan food. Reading her beautiful, delicious recipes I feel desperate to start cooking!' - Margot Henderson **** Sri Lankan food is vibrant, fresh, light and delicious - a lively and colourful combination of spices, flavours and textures. Perfect for sharing and celebrating, now you can recreate it in your own kitchen with this unique collection of easy-to-use, innovative recipes inspired by the island. In this, her first cookbook, chef Emily Dobbs shares her favourite Sri Lankan-inspired recipes for every meal and season, including chapters on breakfast (such as crispy egg hopper 'pancakes') short eats (think traditional street food like vadai and mutton rolls) and a large selection of meat, fish, fruit and vegetable curries and their accompaniments. You'll also find traditional and original puddings to finish off your meal (such as banana tarte tatin and papaya cake), tips on how to make your own curry using typical Sri Lankan ingredients, and stunning photography.

Encyclopedia of Sri Lanka


Author: Charles A. Gunawardena

Publisher: Sterling Publishers Pvt. Ltd

ISBN: 9781932705485

Category: History

Page: 399

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Over 1,100 alphabetically arranged entries examine the history, geography, people, government, economy, art, and religions of Sri Lanka.

Sri Lankan Cooking


Author: Douglas Bullis,Wendy Hutton

Publisher: Tuttle Publishing

ISBN: 1462905773

Category: Cooking

Page: 96

View: 3726

Learn to cook all your favorite Sri Lankan foods with this beautifully illustrated and easy-to-follow Sri Lankan cookbook. Sri Lanka , the fabled island of sapphires and rubies, is home to one of the most intriguing of Asian cuisines. Rarely found in restaurants outside the island itself, Sri Lankan fare is often mistaken for yet another Indian cuisine. To the culinary explorer, however, Sri Lankan food is as intriguing and unique as the many other customs of this island paradise. Sri Lankan Cooking introduces 64 sumptuous recipes to the curious cook, originating from the four corners of the island, including many classic dishes. Clear, step-by-step directions make this ostensibly complicated cuisine accessible for the home cook. Stunning location photography, a detailed glossary of ingredients, and a comprehensive introduction to the culinary history of the island, make Sri Lankan Cooking the perfect companion for your adventure into the delicious world of Sri Lankan cooking. Authentic Sri Lankan recipes include: Rice Flour Hoppers Aromatic Basmati Rice Coconut Milk Rice Sour Claypot Fish Okra Curry And many moreà

The Encyclopedia of the Sri Lankan Diaspora


Author: Peter Reeves

Publisher: Editions Didier Millet

ISBN: 9814260835

Category: History

Page: 200

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Well over a million people of Sri Lankan origin live outside South Asia. The Encyclopedia of the Sri Lanka Diaspora is the first comprehensive study of the lives, culture, beliefs and attitudes of immigrants and refugees from this island. The volume is a joint publication between the Institute of South Asian Studies, NUS, and Editions Didier Millet. It focuses on the relationship between culture and economy in the Sri Lanka diaspora in the context of globalisation, increased transnational culture flows and new communication technologies. In addition to the geographic mapping of the Sri Lanka diaspora in the various continents, thematic chapters include topics on “long distance nationalism”, citizenship, Sinhala, Tamil and Burgher disapora identities, religion and the spread of Buddhism, as well as the Sri Lankan cultural impact on other nations.

Food policies and nutrition transition in Sri Lanka: Historical trends, political regimes, and options for interventions


Author: Weerahewa, Jeevika,Wijetunga, Chatura Sewwandi,Babu, Suresh Chandra,Atapattu, Nihal

Publisher: Intl Food Policy Res Inst


Category: Political Science

Page: 47

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In this paper we look at Sri Lanka’s food and nutrition policies from a historical perspective to identify the intervention options for addressing the country’s current food security and nutrition challenges.