Having guests in Kenya is throwing a feast. If someone drops by to say hello, then you share what you have but if the visit was announced in advance, then it is a state function. Growing up, my Mom, entertained guests and they came in three groups: widows group, estate fellowship and just guests. Now … More The guests have arrived, Kenyan style
I prepared Jollof Rice for lunch. It’s a popular dish in many West African countries and varies from one country to another in terms of the spices used. However the core ingredients are: rice, tomatoes and tomato paste, onions, salt and hot red pepper. So, I got some of my ingredients and used both Paprika … More Jollof Rice, ladies and gentlemen!
Some books call out to you, like a slice of chocolate cake! I never intended to buy this book. In fact, I swore every time I saw it on the shelf at BooksFirst in Nakumatt. A season of Hell’s Kitchen made me hate this guy so much that my head would explode with the possibilities … More A Chef, a story, and a whole lot of time!