Prior to arriving in Lamu I had envisioned streets filled with vendors cooking different Swahili delicacies from viazi karai, mahamri, vitumbua to bhajia while overlooking the ocean. Sadly that wasn’t the case. I recall our first night there we were shocked that there wasn’t much street food, other than a stand that had mishkaki, mkate […]
Hello, it’s me I wondering if after all these years you’d love another fried rice recipe. Anyway, I am back with another leftover rice recipe. This one was inspired by a recipe from Kaluhi’s Kitchen. The beauty of fried rice recipes, is you can use just about anything you have in your kitchen. I used […]
“Step by step, day by day , growing stronger along the way, BlueBand gives you the energy to grow…” If you grew up in the 90’s you definitely sang along to that tune. My fondest memory of using Blueband was this ‘strange’ combination we used to make with my ‘big’ small brother (If you see […]
Finally I put a post. I am so excited. I have been gone for quite a while and with good reason. For starters, we got a new addition to the Leo tunapika? household. My hubby and I were blessed with a beautiful baby girl who has been keeping us busy. Secondly, we sorta moved to […]
I hardly ever cook with alcohol or rather I have cooked with wine just once before when making some sauce for lasagna. I wasn’t quite sure of the kind of wine to use but after a few consultations I settled on a dry and crisp white wine. I don’t take wine or any alcohol for […]
African Kaya presents The Chill ‘N Grill.
As I had mentioned earlier, this month we are collaborating with Organic Foods to inform you more about organically grown produce and to also giveaway some amazing goodies.
Happy new month food enthusiasts. This month Leo tunapika? is collaborating with Organic foods Kenya. Look forward to weekly recipes using produce grown organically here in our lovely country Kenya. We will also engage in weekly giveaways where you can get a basket of organic produce delivered right to your doorstep or office. Details of […]
I enjoy smoothies, not only are they healthy but pretty easy to whip up. An additional benefit is that you can quickly make one for a quick breakfast. Sometime last week the hubs brought some tree tomatoes and turns out I had some frozen bananas and yoghurt on hand. Whenever I spot a banana that […]
I just want to say a big thank you for the support as I took part in Samsung Blogger Challenge throughout the month of August. It was definitely something new, learning to cook with a microwave. I hope you also learnt a few things. The challenge climaxed with a cook off between Pika Chakula and […]