Matcha Tea Popsicles with Yogurt

By |June 24th, 2016|

These matcha tea popsicles are a great way to entertain kids during a hot day. Recently we tried and reviewed some samples of My Matcha Tea. When I was preparing a cup of tea with My Matcha Tea, my son showed interest on it. Finally I decided to make some popsicles for him including matcha […]

A Simple & Helpful Food Guide in Sydney

By |June 23rd, 2016|

Food is always one of the essential things to consider when traveling to a different place. Your vacation in a totally new city would not be complete without you tasting its local cuisine. So when you travel with your loved ones, make sure to try out the best restaurants that particular city has to offer.
Apparently, […]

Suggestive food adverts no longer tempt Brits to stores; value for money does!

By |June 23rd, 2016|

Everybody likes a good meal, but as food prices continue to rise, more and more people are looking for value for money instead of fancy pre-made meals. Just because something is cooked from scratch doesn’t mean that it won’t taste or look good, and it seems many of you agree, as new research suggests that […]

My Matcha Tea – Matcha Green Tea Review

By |June 12th, 2016|

My Matcha Tea, where is yours?
Don’t worry, I am not asking about the Matcha Tea brand you use at your home, instead I want to introduce a premium quality matcha tea brand with my own experience of tasting it at my home.
My Matcha Tea is my latest finding of tea and those who follow this […]

Amazing Food Facts You Most Likely Do Not Know

By |June 6th, 2016|

There are always so many interesting things that can be said about food. You will not find any shortage of amazing facts that you can share with your friends. While we can say so many different things, we want to highlight some truly surprising things that few people actually know about. We are sure that […]

Sri Lankan Tomato Curry (Thakkali Curry)

By |May 30th, 2016|

Have you ever tried a tomato curry? (Thakkali Curry) With all flavors of tomato, a little bit sour and bit milkfish with addition of coconut milk, a tomato curry is a great side dish for string hoppers. This is also a perfect tomato curry for rice. But, in Sri Lanka we most of the time […]

How to Help Victims of Sri Lanka Floods #PrayForSriLanka

By |May 20th, 2016|

Most areas of Sri Lanka are flooded and many families left their homes to stay safe. Landslides are another reason to make this a disaster! There are many families missing and number of death is increasing.
Personally my parents affected too. My area Kaduwela ,Athurugiriya is fully flooded including  our homes. My parents are in a […]

Spicy Chicken Curry with Curd

By |May 5th, 2016|

Chicken curry with curd is another spicy chicken curry I cook at my home. However adding curd is not Sri Lankan way of cooking. We usually cook curries using coconut milk. I adapted this recipe from Indian cuisine, but spices and other ingredients are from my Sri Lankan kitchen.
Adding curd to the chicken curry didn’t […]

Vacuum Packing Machine

By |May 4th, 2016|

There simply is no denying the fact that clever packaging makes a difference. When IFFA 2016 will begin in Frankfurt in a couple of weeks time, we will present some of WEBOMATIC’s finest Vacuum Food Sealer packing machinery.

Why packaging?
Because packaging enhances hygiene, production efficiency and customer convenience. It is the first thing the end consumer recognises when purchasing a product and therefore it […]

Sweet Potato Leaves Stir Fry (Bathala Kola Recipe)

By |April 21st, 2016|

Sweet Potato Leaves Stir Fry won my heart and I want to share the recipe today. This is a Sri Lankan style recipe which I tried few months ago.
Here in Singapore, we can see lot of different green leaves, so I try those in our Sri Lankan recipes and most of the time those are […]