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If you can't stand the heat: Skye Gyngell visits Sri Lanka to check out the locals’ fiery curries
Sunday 20 March 2011
In early February I was in Galle in Sri Lanka, invited over to cook dinners to accompany readings at the literary festival that is held there each year. I had been to the country before and loved it – it is still very unspoilt – and attending the literary festival is one of the most fascinating and fun things I have done.
Saturday 19 March 2011
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Saturday 26 February 2011
Recently, I've taken to nipping down to the Taiwanese restaurant Leong's Legends in London's Chinatown. They do great dumplings and my favourite is their house special – dumplings filled with liquidy soup. Dumplings and dim sum snacks can be made quite easily at home with pre-made gyoza and wonton wrappers bought from Asian supermarkets. You can also make dumpling paste simply with flour and water and flavour it how you wish, as I've done below.
Around the world in 80 dishes No. 44: Prawn dumpling and noodle soup with chilli, mint and coriander
Thursday 24 February 2011
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