Every year, usually in mid to late July the Doig River First Nations host their annual rodeo. Located north and east of Fort St John in north eastern BC the weekend long rodeo attracts rodeo participants.
Spicy Greens is a restaurant in Prince George, BC that specializes in South Indian, Srilankan and Singaporean cuisine. We first encountered them at their booth at the Prince George Outdoor Farmers Market where we decided to try the Butter Chicken. Unsure of what Butter Chicken was, or whether or not we would like it, we ordered only one bowl. That one bowl turned into another bowl, which turned into a third bowl, which turned into a fourth bowl. It would have turned into even more bowls, but we ran out of time.
We tracked them down to their restaurant in the Hart and discovered that they actually needed some photographs of their food to use in advertisements and to update their menu with. So we grabbed our gear and photographed a number of their dishes. The first naturally was their Butter Chicken. I tell you, this stuff is so good, that once the snow is gone in the spring we will be making a trip back to Prince George just for the Butter Chicken.
And I’m not the only one that thinks the Butter Chicken is good, check out these reviews http://www.tripadvisor.ca/Restaurant_Review-g154938-d793434-Reviews-Spicy_Green-Prince_George_British_Columbia.html