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.
The good thing about cooking is that your eye gets satisfied before you eat. These senses on your face work with food. You first start with the eye, the eye observes the food; the nice colour, the nose takes in the smell…then the mouth opens to eat.
I tell you i'm a sucker for soup. And this one, warm with just enough ginger was right on the mark. It makes you feel like your being hugged on both sides. Like you're in a hug sandwich. This i think is what they call food for the soul. Food to eat when you're heart is broken, food to definitely eat when you're hangover.
Whats pink on the inside, full of seeds and is very good for you? Some people love fruits, other people do not care either way but guavas are in season and that's just one of the reasons to pick one up. Other reasons? 2. This 'local' fruit has more vitamin C than an orange. Yes. So … Continue reading 4 REASONS TO EAT GUAVA
Isn’t it just the best thing, to be seated there, just minding your business and then have your burger delivered to you? This is how Pit masters does it. You call them, they deliver. You'll say everyone does that these days. I hear you but, what most foods do with a lot of dishes is … Continue reading Pit Masters’ Pork pulled burger
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 firstname.lastname@example.org and we … Continue reading CUISINES FROM FAR AND WIDE-LA COLOMBE
Photo: Michael O'hagan, @micoh on Twitter Chef Ali Mohammed Kandolo’s journey began from Nandos Uganda to training in Zimbabwe and then to working in several of Uganda’s top hotels. After 16 years of cooking professionally, Chef Ali still has big dreams for Uganda’s culinary industry. The best advice I ever got was from chef Steven … Continue reading CHEF ALI- You need to speak the language of food
If the answer to 'Who hurt you?' is ' My parents, when they sent me to boarding school at age 7 where i had to eat posho for what felt like the rest of my life'; then this post is for you. If it is, 'I went to a secondary school where the rice was … Continue reading Posho, the right way
When a place only serves dinner, you'd expect that they do it well. Because they are sleeping while other restaurants are busy doing breakfast and lunch. You'd expect that all their love and attention would go into that dinner...and that the dishes would be close to perfection. If that place is Silhouette, you'd be right. … Continue reading Silhouette turns meals into Art
So honey has many faces. Who knew? Not me. I’m ashamed to say that I had only one word to describe honey and that word is sweet. But when I read the Asali Wa Moyo facebook page and they claimed that honey is as nuanced as wine and chocolate…I mean I had to go taste. … Continue reading Asali Wa Moyo honey