Spicing Up Your Basic Dishes.

Remember the post I did on whether I cook every day? Well, it seems that sometimes what one needs is a little more time, practice and commitment, then it gradually blends into your routine and you barely realize it when you start doing it. I think I have been cooking almost every other day of…

Chapati, Tasty Delights, KawiSnippets

Do You Think Chapatis are Overrated?

When growing up we would religiously eat chapatis every Saturday. Without fail. It was an ideal meal for that weekend evening, because then it would serve as breakfast on Sunday, and lunch as well. It used to be served with Ndengu stew. So over time, it became just another meal for the weekend for me.

Lasagna, Foodie,

Thee Local Lasagne.

One of those meals that prove difficult to pronounce at first for many, with an Italian twist to it, a little like my sir name had to do that. Of course if its pronunciation is complicated, so does your perception on how it’s prepared, or at least that’s what we thought. The moment I hear someone has prepared some…

Pork Ribs, Cooking, Food

Ruling The Kitchen – Pork Masters.

There’s something about men who cook, maybe sexy, or just extremely appealing. Even if it’s just boiling rice, an egg or brewing his own coffee, the fact that he can make it to the kitchen is admirable. Cut that! Now what about those men who totally own the kitchen, God bless their souls! I am lucky…

Recipe, Shepherds Pie, Cheese, Minced Beef, Food, Kenyan Foods, Mashed Potatoes

Thee Local Shepherd’s Pie and Snippets.

My colleague challenged me. She came with some good smelling delish food that looked like lasagna but it wasn’t (I think I’ll be obsessed with it until we prepare it). She educated me, it’s called a shepherd’s pie. Did you also know that the “ph” in shepherd is pronounced “p” and not “f”. English is…