Chef Cooray Spicing Up Her Line of Curries
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“And we also did some changes to abide by the state labeling requirements. The original is so authentic and true; it was well-accepted.” (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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
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.