ONION RINGS 2.0

Let me first start by admitting that I sometimes can be a perfectionist.  SO I made this recipe a couple of days ago but forgot to do one minor step.  Honestly, without this step, the onion rings still turned out sooo yummy! But I just couldn’t lie to myself this once to let it go. I…

CHICKEN NOODLE SOUP (FT. CRISPY BACON)

Hello everyone! First and foremost, I want to wish all my readers a HAPPY NEW YEAR!!! I know we have just hit the quarter mark but oh well…blame this adulting life that I surely did not sign up for; it was thrust on me involuntarily…sigh! Anywaayys, I’m glad to be back to this blogging life!…

PLANTAIN PARTY

The few times I’ve been to Nyama Mama, I order Plantains as my side dish – WITHOUT FAIL. That has since spiraled into my current addiction to have it with everything. So the other day, I went to the Game store* to specifically buy items that were on my shopping list when my eyes were…

SWEET CHILLI POTATO WEDGES

Let’s be real here. I’m always looking for shortcuts in the kitchen that will save me time and energy. If you’re like me, then this recipe is definitely for you so keep reading! On this day, I knew I needed to make something that will pair with some roasted goat meat aka nyama choma prepared by…

BERRY VALENTINES

This Valentine’s Day we are going to do things a little different.  There’s this pressure for couples to go on an extravagant dinner and spend a ton of money .  We often forget that sometimes less is more.  I sat down and thought about what I can do for you that’ll be budget friendly but still exhibit…

TIMELESSLY GREEN

Consistency is key. But I haven’t been living by this mantra lately. Juggling work and blogging is so hard guys!!! The struggle of working and enduring traffic daily is grueling. I can’t even imagine what those who have kids and a family to take care of are going through.  So lately I have been on…

BACK TO THE ROOTS

In Honor of Africa Day, I wanted to share with you a recipe that is made in most(if not all) East African households.  Also, I will be having a friend over for Sunday Lunch next weekend and, she happens to be vegetarian. This is basically getting my mind and taste buds ready for more vegetarian…

LOVE AT FIRST PRAWNS

Seafood is EVERYTHING. Not everything. EVERYTHING! I found my sincere love for seafood two and a half years ago in Malaysia when I basically tried out a variety of them and just couldn’t stop.  As you’ve probably figured out, today’s recipe is all about it! I was craving some prawns and we happened to have…

FESTIVE BRUNCH

Tis the season to be Jolly.  Tis the season to show how much you care for your loved ones through food.  I read somewhere that food is actually the ingredient that binds us together.  Accurate yes? Before I share my recipe, let me teach you a thing or two about the origins of Brunch.  Some food…

ROLEX

A Rolex . Most of you would know it as a timepiece but in Uganda, it’s a very popular greasy snack that is sold at ubiquitous roadside stalls. It is essentially an omelette  wrapped in a chapati or many chapatis (“roll eggs”). There are variations; each egg and chapati that you eat, is 500 Ugx therefore,…