A dear dear friend, let’s call her CKE, hates greens. She says she’s not a rabbit, and to linger too long at the salad table is to invite an eyeroll from her. But I bet this is one salad she would like. CKE, I present to you, the avocado and roast chicken salad at Qlea … Continue reading BIG SALAD AT QLEA JUICE
“Peanut butter is not just a bread spread.” Grace Obangamara, co-owner of Ivory Organics peanut butter says. She knows A LOT about peanut butter/ground nut paste/kipoli and with Ivory Organics Peanut butter, she and her sister Akidi Christine are doing something we love; taking a Ugandan staple and elevating it. They are the only Ugandan … Continue reading IVORY ORGANICS SHARES DIFFERENT WAYS TO EAT PEANUT BUTTER
The cost of food is sky rocketing daily. It seems particularly painful when you consider that the necessities we buy weekly from the market can be grown at home. The reasons we don’t grow them pertain to lack of space and time. Hydroponics Farms Uganda has a solution for that. They can set you up to … Continue reading Grow your own food in the city. Here’s how.
What would you do if you lived somewhere and while there you fell in love with say their....world famous donuts. But upon relocating, you realise that no one quite has those donuts. You would probably complain and lament the lack of your beloved treat. You might post TBT shots on Instagram of you and your … Continue reading Tired of the usual rice and chicken? Taste Caribbean fusion from Island bites Ug
Be honest, when was the last time you had Ugandan made breakfast cereal? Odds are…never. Isn’t it incredible that with all the grain we have in this bountiful country we do not make our own cereal? We instead import boxes of corn flakes from miles away with food colourants, additives and preservatives whose long term … Continue reading Aunty Mo; The first Ugandan made organic breakfast cereal.
Here’s a compromise, how about you work out a little and then follow that up with really tasty beverages. That is the formula for healthy living; exercise combined with clean eating. But Ref Living raw embodies it in store that literally does both. As the sports shop, they look out for the physical, as the … Continue reading Start off the new year healthy, with a visit to REF
Courtesy of Yujo Yatai Lab Part 1 taught us why we should be eating fresh noodles and how we should eat them. Read that first HERE if you haven’t before going on to Part 2; which is what you should order and what exactly is in your order. Your menu at Yatai lab will have these; … Continue reading Noodles 101, Part 2-To slurp or not to slurp
The etiquette to eating Ramen isn’t so strict. The most important things is to have two “tools” in your hands. One to pick up noodles and larger toppings, and the other is a spoon for the soup and smaller bits.
If you eat fake bread every day, by the end of the year, it’s going to show. As you start your new year’s resolution (you have to start early), add one to Eat better and mean it by giving Brood bread a go.