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.
But for now, if you want a taste, just walk over to the Brood nearest to you and ask them! They will be sampling this delight from the 5th of December to the 1st of January.
By Cynthia Tumwine Via Satisfashionug.com One of the most fascinating things about Uganda is its various cuisines across the different regions. North, South, East to West; each region is characterised by a different type of food. Today we focus on easy to make snacks that you are likely to crave on a random weekend at … Continue reading Discover Uganda through Food, 5 Easy to Make Insanely Delicious Snacks
This is a PSA; please do not buy those burgers that are tightly wrapped in cellophane and put behind glass display counters. DO NOT. Always buy a burger that is made on order, fresh. End of announcement. Burger spots are popping up all over the city and there are some people like Great burgers and Pit … Continue reading Great Burgers’ Burger
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
The just kicking club sandwich was my first and it will always hold a place in my heart. We must have eaten thousands of club sandwiches in the bar’s life time. I exaggerate…but maybe not.
Special thanks go out to The gardens Najjera, Jay's dinner sets, Windwood flour, Jesa diaries, Diary land ice cream, Afrimillenial.com, Daudi photography, the weather gods and all the wonderful people who came out to attend.
Steamed bread. In the past few years, I have been obsessed with steamed bread because it is delicious, convenient and does not need an oven to be made especially since ovens are still quite hard to get in Uganda.
The year is coming to an end and we are loosening our pants to get ready to eat and have fun. It’s been a long year. First thing on the food enjoyment agenda? The Great Kampala Cook off. In its inaugural edition, it promises a feisty competition between several cooks and several pro-chefs. Winners will … Continue reading The Great Kampala Cook off
Food is so inseparable from travel that one of the best things about leaving home, is eating away from home. Have you travelled? Do you want to share foodexperiences (we’re trying to make that a word) with us, our readers and your friends? Take a few pictures, drop us an email at email@example.com and we shall feature … Continue reading CUISINES FROM FAR AND WIDE-PORK RIBS AT BARON