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
The only downside to eating the ribs at The Black Lantern is that ALL other ribs, indeed all other pork you eat again, will pale in comparison. The only place I have eaten pork that came close to the glory of this pork was at a place called La Boheme in Munynonyo-about 10 years ago. … Continue reading Pork ribs at The Black Lantern
“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
Seeing fish alive with their fins splayed, swimming happily, opening their mouths to smile at each other and then pointing out which one you want to eat, watching it flop about in the bucket feels a bit like being in the Hunger games. It was so creepy for me. So creepy the man at the … Continue reading Charcoal grilled fish
Once upon a time, our fore bearers used to hunt for their food. They would set upon a trail into the forest and hopefully return with delicious Bounty. For grain, they would till the land and rely on the sun and rain. Things have changed now, and we get most of our food in the … Continue reading Boo; an over use of the word ‘Balance’.