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.
Say what you will about Uganda but we CAN and sometimes do make great stuff. Take for instance this indie chocolate factory that with love and hands on (literally) attention produces great chocolate from locally grown cacao trees. After tasting it, you will wonder why you need to buy imported chocolate ever again. The chocolate … Continue reading How Moonbean chocolate makes the best hand-made chocolate in Uganda.
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 Senteza Kironde. Senteza Kironde aka Sentie … Continue reading In their Kitchen 6: Senteza Kironde
Sometimes it is worth it to spoil yourself a little with some good food. Beyond just filling your stomach, food is fun, it lets you bond with old friends and introduces you to some new ones. To those who have their eyes on their waist lines, there are a number of ways you can take … Continue reading Eating at Kabira
People in their 30’s tend to the think it is too early to worry about their hearts, but it isn’t. Dr Daniel Mitchell Talemwa is the Executive Director of TMR International Hospital. He has experience spanning more than 14 years with a special bias in Emmergency medicine and management of Healthcare systems. He shares some things you can do to get on top of heart health now.
When you think of Morocco, what comes to mind? For me it is sand, tea, very bright colours and spicey food. But since I have never been to Morocco and will not be in the near future, thanks to the lock downs, I have had to contend with pictures and stories and my own imagination-untill … Continue reading Kabira’s Moroccan Mezze platter
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
The Street food scene seems to be back in full swing after the easing of lock down here in Kampala. And there seem to be even more options on the road sides. As there is no social distancing and very few people wearing masks, i don't know how this will play it out long term. … Continue reading Kasoli. Roasted maize
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