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An Individual Approach to Deliciousness
From its position off the southern coast of India, Sri Lanka has ample opportunity to watch the world go by. The tiny tropical island is located on several key shipping routes and traces its history back more than 125,000 years. Formerly known as Ceylon, the island has also been called the ‘Pearl of the Indian Ocean’ for its lush landscapes.
A bit of the landscape is present at each traditional meal. The custom is to present meals on large plantain leaves, setting off the vibrant colors of the food against a rich green backdrop. Most Sri Lankan favorites are lightly prepared blends of local ingredients and spices. These dishes are brightly colored and pack a flavorful punch.
No two dishes will be exactly the same. Sri Lanka supports an individualized approach to cooking in the country, with recipes handed down almost exclusively through word of mouth. Men are more likely to be household cooks than women. Cooking is a respected part of daily life and a central part of many festivals, making it no small wonder than Sri Lankan food is rarely mistaken for anything else.
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