Does it still count as street food if it's bought on the street and then prepared at home? Even though i was expecting this to happen, i knew it would happen, it was still exciting to open the window and see the sky littered with green. People have tried to package grasshoppers and make them available … Continue reading Grasshoppers again
Those of a certain age will remember that Alzawade used to occupy that ka square and like me, marvel at the way Meza has filled it up! It’s like how babies make space of a tiny womb and just expand-just amazing.
Bananas are one of those power fruits; the sugar and fibre are able to give you an almost immediate boost of energy. And its not just a sugar high, you body can maintain that energy for a while, which is why if you work out you should have some on standby. So when you think … Continue reading Gonja
Growing up sucks. We seem to always be in search for something that we can't reach. It gets even more frustrating when easy things to find, like Kabalagala/pancakes/paani are also out of reach! But find them I did! when I wasn’t even looking (there's a lesson to be learned there). Sure there are those ones … Continue reading Kabalagala; pancakes UG style.
The rain can suck and make the city muddy and dreadful, so what a consolation that in November it also comes with grasshoppers! Just stand on any busy street and look left, look right and you will see grasshoppers. I have been eating them for years and I still cannot describe the taste…I won’t even … Continue reading It’s Grasshopper season
To be a certain section of the Ugandan populace is to adopt a certain comfort with grime. The dust on your shoes is not uncommon, the sweat stains and mud are close fellows. If you have been in this section for a couple of decades, you come to adopt a comfort, if begrudgingly, for these … Continue reading Road Side Chicken