Did you know you can make tea with pineapple peels? Now you know. A few months ago I learnt of this epic tea and since then we’ve bought more pineapples in the last three months than we’ve ever bought in a year.
Eight years ago I published my first post and the journey began. What started as a journal of my joys and woes in the kitchen has led to so many great adventures. Back then it was just my husband and I. Now we’ve grown to a family of 6. My […]
Can you tell the difference between plantains and green bananas? Green banana and Green (unripe) plantain Did you know that all plantains are bananas but not all bananas are plantains?
In no way am I claiming that this recipe is authentic, however it is the perfect dupe for some delicious tiramisu.For the month of August I’ve challenged myself to a Bakeathon. I plan on making a different dessert, pastry, cake etc on every weekday.I’m not one for rules and routines […]
Happy Valentine’s. Spread some love through food. This easy and delicious coconut chicken and mushroom spaghetti will do the trick. Think subtle masala and coconut flavours with some spaghetti. For the ingredients you’ll need. 1 tablespoon unsalted butter400gms button mushrooms sliced1 tablespoon vegetable oil1 red onion finely chopped3 garlic cloves […]
If you know me personally then you know I absolutely love watermelon. At times at parties my friends even try to get me to steer clear of the watermelon tray since I tend to just chow them down. What’s not to love about these sweet (if you get a great […]
Morning? Anybody here? I’ve been gone for so long, 7 months. During my hiatus I started doing videos which has been my goal for some time now. Do subscribe . I do intend to continue to share recipes here and the first recipe of the year will go live tomorrow. […]
Happy Wednesday my lovely readers! This past weekend, I had the honour of attending Jasmine Macharia’s book launch. Jaz is a fellow food blogger, who has recently authored a recipe book, Breakfast with the King. The book has 70 breakfast recipes and is also a devotional. How dope?
Soup in January? Trust me on this one,despite the heat this heartwarming bowl of soup is perfect as a one pot dinner. Nothing much is needed, other than cutting up the veggies.For this soup, I used kienyeji (road runner) chicken since it’s particularly very flavourful.
Growing up I enjoyed watching Cartoon Network and I particularly loved the Powerpuff Girls. There was this specific episode where the kids refused to eat broccoli and turns out the broccoli that their parents ate turned them into zombies. Then the City of Townsville was invaded by alien and evil […]