Culinary Arts of Ceylon
Being an Island Paradise that is also a tropical country, Sri Lanka boasts of a variety of fruits, vegetables that are home grown and a range of spices and herbs that sets the foundation for the culinary arts of Sri Lanka, dishes that holds secret recipes belonging to various parts of the island. A well-known destination for spices is Matale Spice gardens that can enhance the aroma, flavor and texture of the dish ranging from spicy, mustard, fried textures to rice and curry that includes a variety of vegetables that can create a full on meal.
Learning the culinary arts of Ceylon will be made interesting with cookery demonstrations in areas such as Kandy, Galle, Colombo, and Jaffna, Trincomalee and Batticaloe where the food culture changes from one location to the other depending on the mix of spices used and the cooking style. The same crab curry can be different from Jaffna to Trincomalee to Batticaloe and the rice is not the same in Galle and in Colombo. The better kept recipes that remains a secret within the villages is the best to experience through one to one experiences with local families to learn about various food types that can enhance your taste buds to a whole new level.