With the prices of food going up every other day and a limited or no budget to survive on, here are a few tips and tricks to help you through these times from my previous posts as well as others that I have quickly noted down for y For the above, you need 1kg garlic…
Follow my blog with Bloglovin Here was my scenario; I opened the fridge and saw the following, half kilo meat, fruits, yogurt, leftover kunde, homemade coconut milk, half a packet of milk, lime and lemons. What meal am I supposed to make out of it? I closed the fridge and sat back at the sofa…
After the call ended, my sleep vanished so did the smell of the pancake but the taste was now at the back of my tongue.
One of the downsides of being used to cook for at least 5 people over the last 7 years is that when you are home alone and hungry, you do not remember how to divide food into small cookable portions for at least 2 people.
I used to hear my elder sister blabber about how easy it is to make jam. Then when I recounted the many failed attempts I had experienced, I would just smile at her and change the topic. I had tried plum jam so many times till I gave up. Plums in Kenya are rare, seasonal…
The laptop is not really mine. The long and short of it is that my trolley pusher used to use it for his studies and after graduation, I took over.
The flat tummy……(sigh)…..every woman’s wish
Here is a short story of one of my favourite foods.
Eti ngozi ya waru ni healthy?
A liitle boy stole my heart when he was born and he did this on mother’s day.