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
We certainly are not short of food festivals in Kampala. There was a rolex festival and even a nsenene one. But the vegan festival is a little different because it encompasses more than just cooking and eating food. It will also involve conversations on organic cultivation and being more environmentally conscious. Here are 6 things … Continue reading 6 things to know before heading to the Vegan food festival this Sunday.
They look like meatballs! But meatballs set down on a ripple free river of sauce. The menu tells you what exactly is in this dish but that will not stop your mind from making up other ingredients. Surely there has to be more than carrots and spinach swathed in cheese-and yet not
By now, a lot of people know why boiled food is good for them. But what some people haven’t figured out is how to make boiled food that actually tastes good. Sometimes it’s so bland it just makes you sad. The poor thing gets drowned in a pool of water that washes all the flavor … Continue reading Go to Yaya lounge for healthy boiled food that doesn’t suck
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