Ministry of Crab: The story behind Sri Lanka’s most famous restaurant

Colombo (CNN) — Crabs caught in Sri Lankan waters are so prized in Singapore‘s fine dining establishments that a single one can sell for hundreds of dollars. But there was one place where these crabs weren’t the hottest dish on the menu — Sri Lanka.

That’s when chef Dharshan Munidasa, who grew up in Colombo, began thinking about how he could return one of Sri Lanka’s most iconic exports back to the people who made it famous.

Munidasa doesn’t necessarily have the same resume as your typical celebrity chef.

He didn’t grow up being interested in food, he

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Jerzee’s Cafe in downtown Canton serves Dick’s famous coney sauce

CANTON — For years, I’ve been intrigued with the legend of the coney sauce once served at Dick’s Sandwich Shop at the former Arcade Market.

Long vanished are the market and eatery, both ghosts of Canton’s downtown past. Centennial Plaza is now in the vicinity of the market’s former spot.

Famed late Canton Repository writer Jim Hillibish wrote and reminisced about Dick’s coney sauce with a sense of mystique. Residents sent him what they claimed was the authentic recipe.

So I was immediately transfixed when I noticed the sauce prominently promoted on the menu of the new Jerzee’s All American

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Turkey Leg Hut from Houston is selling its famous food in North Texas for three days

The Turkey Leg Hut, a Houston company that has developed a wild following since its inception more than five years ago, is coming to Dallas-Fort Worth.

A food truck will be parked at The Potter’s House in Fort Worth from 11 a.m. to midnight March 19, 20 and 21. Customers can buy stuffed turkey legs and Cajun bowls. (Note, the Potter’s House has many campuses. This event is at the Fort Worth church.)

A spokeswoman says it’s the first time Turkey Leg Hut has served food to the public in Dallas-Fort Worth.

In addition to selling stuffed turkey legs, the
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