Capture the rich spices and bounty of Sri Lanka with this collection of authentic and inventive recipes.
Jessica Heath, founder of CEYLOVE, provides a canvas for a pure and all-natural way to coax extraordinary flavours into everyday food. Drawing on her American-Sri Lankan heritage, Jessica presents nearly 100 recipes with her signature chic Sri Lankan flair. With eye catching photos that embody the splendour of Sri Lanka, CEYLOVE delivers a global food paradise with exlplosive flavour combinations by using fresh ingredients and easy methods.
'Cooking is one of the oldest art forms. With this book, "CEYLOVE", Jessica has contributed towards preserving our art.' - Dharshan Munidasa
A journey with Jayanthi Kuru-Utumpala and Johann Peries
The duo met in 2011, and made their first expedition together in 2012, climbing Island Peak in the Nepali Himalayas, which allowed them to realise that they worked well together as a team. On the way they spotted Mount Everest and shared their dream of climbing it one day with each other. In 2014 they climbed Mount Kilimanjaro together. Following this, they began working towards the challenge of Mount Everest.
An avid wildlife enthusiast, Nanda Senanayake has been observing leopards and their behavior for many years. Truly a seminal work, this book is the result of patient data gathering in Sri Lanka's Yala National Park over the years on leopard population density, mating patterns, mobility and longevity in the wild.
Contains a vast amount of statistical data and concise narratives on a number of important subjects that have never been published before on the Sri Lankan leopard. - Kithsiri Gunawardena
Entrenched in a culturally prestigious past from where the religious and cultural traditions of Buddhism and Hinduism have entwined, the healing rites of Sri Lanka find their most brilliant expression in the exorcisms known as Yak Tovil, which are practiced on the south and south west coast of the island. This book of which the photos were taken at a time which now considered the golden age of modern Tovil, was born from a meeting between an Australian anthropologist and a French photographer-journalist.