2020 has been one for the history books! But one thing that i think has been a lesson for everyone around the world is the importance of commnunity. Physical and otherwise. Despite everything that has been going on, you the readers, our little community, have been steadfast. Thank you! There's a lot of stuff we … Continue reading THE ARTICLES YOU LOVED MOST FROM 2020
For being with us throughout this year and all the years before, thank you! Just before we wrap it up, could you please take a few moments to respond to this survey? It's a few questions on the content on 4foodssakeeat.com; what you like and what you would like. Thanks. https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/B8CHLPV Untill 2021! … Continue reading Thank you and Happy holidays
Remember beer? Of course you do. Remember drinking beer peacefully in the bar? A distant memory (Perhaps). In celebration of the season to be jolly, we want to give you a short refresher on the distinction between the beers you order. If this is not a refresher but a whole new class, don’t worry, it … Continue reading Remember beer?
Lately, time seems to go by at lightening speed! It was 1st October seemingly yesterday, and today it is the 12th! That means that you have approximately 2 weeks to enjoy the buy 1 burger get 1 burger free at Mihagrill house. Sight This is one of the rare meals I have eaten where the … Continue reading QUICK ONE: There’s a 2 for 1 burger offer
Lessons from starting your own website and then business (kind of)? I'll just jump right in. 1. Expect people to tell you really good stuff. 'This is great.', 'You can really write about food.' 'Wow the newsletter is a brilliant idea!' 'This is going to work!' 2. Expect people to tell you, not so good … Continue reading We’ve turned 3! Lessons learned so far.
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.
You’ve turned 30 (or have been here for a while) and things are overwhealming. You’re freaking out a little bit. House, work, lifelong goals, kids, money, partner, parents, extended family etc. On top of that, you’re constantly being sold to: The best mortgage on the market, the best school for your children, the best places … Continue reading Health in your 30s-Heart Health part 1
Curious about what the neighbours have in their kitchen? We are. That’s why we are taking a look into the kitchens of food lovers we know. Every other month, one of them will share 5 of their favourite ingredients and tell us why they love them so. This month we feature Sophie Musoki. Sophia Musoki is a … Continue reading In Their Kitchen 5: Sophie Musoki
You’ve turned 30 (or have been here for a while) and things are overwhealming. You’re freaking out a little bit. House, work, lifelong goals, kids, money, partner, parents, extended family etc. On top of that, you’re constantly being sold to: The best mortgage on the market, the best school for your children, the best places … Continue reading Health in your 30’s-Dental Dynamics
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