Sorry if this is a duplicate. I tried sending it earlier, but it never showed up on Google. Anyway... Natural Pantry (a natural-foods grocery store here in Anchorage) makes an excellent cold "Curry Rice" salad in their deli, and I'd like to duplicate it. I've googled recipies (both on the web and in this ng) and found dozens of variations, but none that are really what I get at this store. I went in today and chatted with the deli chef, and she gave me some ideas of what was in it, but only sort of. I could trial-and-error it, and probably get it pretty close, but by this time of summer my finances don't support a lot of trial-and-error in the kitchen with ingredients. So, if anyone can help out, it would be *much* appreciated. Here's what I know of what's in the salad: brown rice celery green onion curry powder raisins red bell pepper garlic (maybe, I think I can taste it) oil (not sure what kind though) honey (I think. She either said that the moisture was "oil with honey" or "oil, Honey." almond slivers I know I could put all of these things together and come up with something similar -- but, like I said, I'd like to start with a recipe. All of the "curried rice" recipies I've found so far have been made with "steamed rice" (none that specified brown rice, but I don't know if that's significant) and included either mayo or yogurt (neither of which are in this one, I asked) and none have included celery, red pepper, or green onion. So, anyone have a tried-and-true cold curried rice salad recipe that looks like it could work? Thanks! Alexis.