Green Is Great! 2018 will be filled with fruits and vegetables that will be turned into amazing green smoothies & salads. I am leaning slightly towards the ‘vegan’ side (can I say that?Lol) and it’s because I need to get detoxed, get a little healthy and I also just have to shed off some weight … More MANGO MADNESS GREEN SMOOTHIE
There’s omena then there’s fulu. Have you ever heard of fulu before? First things first, Omena are ‘tiny fish’ from Lake Victoria (I don’t know of omena from any other place) They are usually harvested in masses & sun dried and thereafter used for human and/or animal consumption. I have always known omena by two … More Fried Fulu
While everyone else goes for the ribs and steaks, some people actually prefer the innards. Or what we Kenyans fondly refer to as matumbo. Some love it, others just frown at the thought of it. And I am not one of those people who prefer innards all day everyday but it’s something I certainly enjoy … More Keeping It Kenyan: MATUMBO with UGALI
Pita bread is a round, leavened flatbread that is mostly consumed in several Middle Eastern and Mediterranean cuisines. It is traditionally an Arabic bread. The main characteristic of this bread is that it is flat but has a pocket between the two flat layers. ‘Pita‘ is a Greek term, which literally translates to ‘flat’. I … More HOMEMADE PITA BREAD
This year I decided to be deliberate in doing something serious with my love for food and I did it. I shared my love for food through photography and writing. I have so much learning to do still in this field in terms of cooking techniques, photography and generally the business of blogging(hopefully I will … More Bye ’17, Hello ’18!
Happy Holidays Loves 🙂 Long time! I hope you all had a great day celebrating the birth of Christ. I bet you had lots of good food that I’d have loved to see (and definitely eat 🙂 ) And for the first time I didn’t take pictures of all the food I prepared so I … More MANGO CHICKEN
Mango Season is back in Mombasa! 💃💃💃 I’m crazy about Mangoes. It’s a joy walking in the market and picking Mangoes that you can eat with a little salt and chilli;that you can cut up in stripes and use in salads; that you can cook with or make condiments with. Chutneys are fruit, vinegar and … More MANGO CHUTNEY