The perfect pasta mate! Continue reading Sun-dried Tomato Sauce.
An incredibly delicious all day treat. Continue reading Maple Yoghurt.
A deliciously creamy risotto with an african twist. Continue reading Samp & Mushroom Risotto.
Running out of ways to cook beans? I might just have your answer. 🙂 Continue reading KABULANGETI BURGER
My friend said something funny earlier. He said that for someone living in quarantine alone, food is an ever present friend in the refrigerator. Silly, I know but how true for me right now. The kitchen has been such a place of comfort these past few weeks. So much so that I must now impose some time apart from my beloved in the form of … Continue reading My New Found Friend.
Do you ever get itchy feet? An intense desire to explore faraway places? I do, so very often and not always at the most convenient of times because leave days are subject to approval and well….I quite firmly believe that there is a mean spirited, thieving goblin that steals money from my purse whenever I’m not looking. Serious. No jokes!There is hope, however, as I … Continue reading Staycation at Island of Siankaba.
-a township experience Victoria Falls town has no shortage of charming little cafes and artsy eateries. But even so, the Dusty Road Restaurant is something of a surprise. Set in the heart of bustling Chinotimba -the largest and oldest township in Victoria Falls, the Dusty Road an altogether an ingenious representation of the township’s colloquialisms. From its quirky décor- a collection of bits and odd … Continue reading The Dusty Road
You have enough for a soccer team my dear. I’ve just counted. This makes him laugh-my uncle. God bless him. He loves to laugh and laughs often. He tells me that laughter is medicine. Of this he is sure. And as he reclines comfortably in his seat, I can’t help but smile at his fortitude. 11 children, 8 of them under the age of 13. … Continue reading Higgledy Piggledy Joy
There was once a businessman who was sitting by the beach in a small Brazilian village. As he sat, he saw a Brazilian fisherman rowing a small boat towards the shore having caught quite few big fish. The businessman was impressed and asked the fisherman, “How long does it take you to catch so many fish?” The fisherman replied, “Oh, just a short while.” “Then … Continue reading Why I Quit My Job.
I have lived long enough to see fads come and go and repeat again. Stars have risen and fallen and been forgotten. But with wisdom comes age and a shift in focus from tree tops to ROOTS! Continue reading Roots