Chef Cooray Spic­ing Up Her Line of Cur­ries

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ent be­cause we have a trade­mark in use now,” said Cooray, au­thor of (2001).

“And we also did some changes to abide by the state la­bel­ing re­quire­ments. The orig­i­nal is so au­then­tic and true; it was well-ac­cepted.” (info@coorayprod­ucts.com).

The pow­ders are made of pre­mium in­gre­di­ents, she said, packed in sealed cel­lo­phane pack­ets to re­tain fresh­ness, and con­tain no MSG, preser­va­tives or chem­i­cals.

Made at First Com­mer­cial Kitchen in­Waipahu, her line has four blends of hot and mild for shrimp, chicken, beef and veg­eta­bles, with a recipe on each packet.

“The best-sell­ers are chicken and shrimp, and the veg­etable curry comes sec­ond, but I ex­pect the veg­etable curry to be a close first due to the new veg­e­tar­ian trends,” she added.

Once an award-winning ex­ec­u­tive chef at The Wil­lows, she also is the lo­cal Con­seiller Culi­naire Provin­ciale for the Chaine des Ro­tis­seurs.

The mini-skirts of the ’60s are back in Di­a­mond Head The­atre’s

on stage March 19April 4 with songs such as

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The show fol­lows five women’s lives, told through love songs of the era. Fash­ion, mu­sic, dances and hair from Lon­don in the 1960s are em­braced by Hawaii Kai ac­tresses Vanessa Manuel Maz­zullo, who plays yel­low

(From left) Me­gan Mount, Ze­nia Zambrano Moura, Vanessa Manuel Maz­zullo, Tri­cia Mar­ciel and Renne Novec are ready to bo­ogy in the cast of Di­a­mond Head The­atre’s ‘SHOUT! The Mod Mu­si­cal.’ Photo by Brad Goda.

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