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Sri Lanka day at the Toronto Habourfront Sept 20-21

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Hey guys.....I have been going to these festivals a few times this summer and it has been amazing. They have food demos and traditional food stalls etc. I have heard that that there is another one on Sept 20-21 and it looks like fun, follow the url and see if it is for you.

http://www.harbourfrontcentre.com/wha...

Moep

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  1. Sounds great, I was at the hot and spicy fest and it was just a bit crowded .. also drove by the vegetarian one this past weekend but because of the rain didn't really feel up to it, would have been really nice if it was a sunny day.

    Looking forward to this one though, hope it's going to be a good day!

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    1. re: BamiaWruz

      Yeah mee too.........hope you have a good time.

      1. re: moep

        Thanks!! I feel so stupid!! I misread the date and thought it was this weekend so I was up and ready to go today, got dropped off at the harbourfront and it was empty! Quiet like a ghost town so I went to the info desk and she said I was early, by one week, haha!

        Yes, I was *that* excited about it :)

        At least I had a good time at the SL Market. I hope you enjoy it too on the 20th, and by then the weather might have settled a bit.

        1. re: BamiaWruz

          The festival was really nice, did anyone else go? It was calm and relaxing, a beautiful day and I enjoyed it, first time I tried Sri Lankan food too and it's very interesting, the use of coconut, the famous "hopper" and lovely condiments (Samball, I think?)

          Here are some shots, and below of the hopper I tried to make with the Chef who demonstrated it in the afternoon cooking presentation.

          http://flickr.com/photos/adventuressh...

          Hope everyone who went had a good time!

           
           
           
           
          1. re: BamiaWruz

            I was there for quite some time yesterday, saw the dance show, and tried almost every food item that there was at the festival.
            The sweets were okay, most of them were a bit too oily.
            the hoppers were good, they were served with seenisambal (a sweet onion relish) and lunumiris (chili fish sambol).

            Also had the patties, fish rolls, rotis, etc. All which were good.

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