Canduh

If food were a person, I'd be happily married with 6 kids by now. Nothing excites me more than the experience of sampling food and trying out new recipes. A Foodie, Hobby Photographer and graduate Quantity Surveyor all rolled into one

Green Spoon Kenya: The Online Shop for the Conscious Foodies

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The current generation is becoming increasingly conscious about what they consume in terms of food and produce. While some do it for health reasons; others are doing it because they have embraced the culture of sustainable living.  This is where Greenspoon  comes. The online food store seeks to give to …

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5 Reasons Why You Should Visit Distant Relatives Kilifi

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Folks travel for various reasons. Some travel to explore new worlds; others to go back to familiar places in search of memories of days long gone. Still, others do so in a pursuit  find themselves while others travel to run away from themselves.  I travelled to Kilifi  in a bid to …

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Farm Fresh Produce Is Now Just One Tweet Away

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Most people venture into businesses that they can relate with. The ideas may be borne out of a niche in their social environment that needs to be filled; existing lacklustre ventures that need dire in improvement; perhaps even hobbies.  For one Jesse Muchai Kinuthia (@iKinuthia_), what began as a routine habit …

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Dinner @ The Food Train by Sushi Soo

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What began as a catching up for coffee after work plan,  ended up being an exploratory trip for the taste-buds as we dived, chopsticks deep, into Japanese-Korean cuisine.  Talk of random, compulsive decisions that end up being so worthwhile and fulfilling. A mean mug of  Capuccino served at the Food Train …

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Scenes From The Cake Festival 2017

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From a small charity event that begun in 2009 with only 20 professional bakers;  The Cake Festival has grown considerably. This year’s event that took place at the KWS HQ on Saturday  attracted around  200 Bakers and thousands of Cake lovers, both young and old. Organized by Edumed Trust, the …

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The Colosseum Restaurant: Bringing A Taste of Italy to the Two Rivers Mall

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Food goes far beyond the basic human need of eating in order survive. It symbolizes different cultures and traditions; a people’s ways of life and heritage. Different communities around the world have their own unique dishes which they treasure with pride and even use it as an identity. The curiosity …

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Skillet-Roast Sweet Potatoes for Breakfast

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Whenever you give a Kenyan some Sweet Potatoes (Viazi Tamu, Ngwaci, Rabuon, Robuon); 90% of the time, they’ll go right ahead and boil them for the next day’s breakfast. While this is healthy; it gets boring; and nothing sucks more than having the same imaginative meal over and over again. …

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Ribs & Jazz Wednesdays @ Sarova Panafric

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The quickest way to get me to go anywhere is to promise me that there’ll be food. There’s nothing as awesome  as looking forward to that first bite of delicious goodness.  You can already guess my answer when I got invited to Ribs and Jazz Wednesdays  at @SarovaPanafric the other day.   …

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Mbaazi za Nazi

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Cooking any Swahili dish requires whole load of patience. Cooking Mbaazi za Nazi is no exception. Mbaazi za Nazi is a dish that’s  famous in Kenya’s Coastal area as a breakfast meal to accompany Mahamri or Chapati.  Making it at home isn’t as hard as it sounds; you just need to …

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How to Make Mahamri

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One Saturday morning recently, the Mahamri cravings really struck me and I decided  to try my hand in making them. I had no other plans and my day was free, why not? I found this perfect recipe by  Somali Kitchen and it’s the one I used. You can also check …

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