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.
-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
It’s interesting the things we know of our colleagues after a few years of working together. Often things that they don’t even notice of themselves. From the obvious moodiness after a spat with a significant other to little twitches and twists of the face when they are up to something mischievous – like giving a customer a not so subtle put-down. All their little habits … Continue reading Magwinya & Soup.
And need a sweet fix that won’t bugger up the diet. 1 large banana 1 Tbsp Coconut Flour 1 Egg Mash up banana and tip into a bowl. Add egg and flour. Whisk together till you have a smooth pouring consistency. Warm a little butter or vegetable oil or use cooking spray in the pan and fry pancakes for about a minute on each side. Continue reading When you can’t sleep…