Vetnammese Food Fest will wrap up today at the at the Emerald Restaurant of the Ceylon Continental. The Vietnamese Food Festival offers an authentic Vietnamese food prepared by Chef Duong Tran Thai. Chef Duong Tran Thai has honed his talent through a history of stints spanning Asia and Europe.
A former Chief Cook at Sea Lion Ship in Denmark, Chef of Caravelle Hotel in Saigon Vietnam, and Chief Cook, Saigon World Company in Japan, over 15 years of experience has led him to stop by the culinary capital of the world, Sri Lanka.
Vietnamese cooking is greatly admired for freshness of the ingredients and for promoting a healthy eating style. “Most meats are only briefly cooked to preserve their original textures and colours.
Vegetables are rarely cooked; if they are, they’re boiled or only briefly stir-fried. The freshness of food will be maintained. Herbs and vegetables are used abundantly, and colourful condiments will accompany all dishes. Broth and soup based options will be on offer too – a culinary trademark of all three Vietnamese regions.” Chef Duong Tran Thai explained.
This tantalizing food promotion will feature saute pork with five spices & lemon grass, pho shrimp noodle soup, variety of rice paper rolls served with peanut sauce, chicken meat cooked with coconut juice, pineapple, onions & spicy fish sauce, tender beef saute with coconut milk and black mushrooms, and grilled beef & prawn over vermicelli.
Sounds of Hills 2011
Kandy Schools’ Walk and Sundown Fiesta popularly known as Kandy Bash will come alive at the CR & FC Grounds, Longdon Place, Colombo 7 on Saturday, 3 September.
Kandy Bash 2011 is jointly organized by the of Old Boys Association St. Sylvester’s College Colombo Branch and Past Pupils Association St. Anthony’s Girls College.
This year’s event starts with a walk at 3.00 p.m. followed by a string of entertainment with DJ music, food and game stalls to liven up a sober afternoon and end with a super evening for friends and families of the Kandy Schools Past Pupils Association (KSPPA).
‘This is the fifth year in succession that this event is being held and will once again give a fresh tinge to fun whilst giving an opportunity to de-stress, revive memories and foster fellowship among the past students of all ages constituting the Colombo Branch of Past Pupils Association of Mahamaya College, Kingswood College, Dharmaraja College, Girls’ High School, St. Anthony’s College, Good Shepherd Convent, Pushpadana Girls’ College, Vidyartha College, St. Anthony’s Girls’ College, Trinity College, Hillwood College and St. Sylvester’s College’ said a memb3er of the organizing committee. For further details please contact Bernadine on 0777-324989 or Ajith on 0714-134324.