Tag Archives: Canduh

Experiencing Sarova Salt Lick

“Traveling – it leaves you speechless, then turns you into a storyteller.” – Ibn Battuta There are places we obsess about; those whose content we continually consume in travel magazines, blogs or photographs and mull over how it’d be if we ever got chance to experience them. One of those …

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Taking Stock: The Journey of a Food Blog

Love Life! Keep feeding!

I just realized that it’s been a year since I started this Site (does buying the domain count?). Feeling a bit sentimental and all so I’ve decided to post my blogging journey thus far. The Concept   The idea was born after watching and re-watching too many Antony Bourdain No …

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How to Make Sweet Corn Salsa

Corn Salsa as a side to Rice with Veggie Stew

I usually love experimenting with food, so whenever I do my grocery shopping,  I try to whip up something new.  I once saw Hilah make Corn Salsa so I figured, why not try the recipe. The results were absolutely scrumptious. You’ll need: 2 Ears of Sweet Corn ( the small …

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Street Food: Maandazi Mwitu

Kenyan Street Food: Maandazi Mwitu

Work begins early in the morning at 5:30 am and resumes in the evening at about 3 or 4 pm. That’s when there is market for the Maandazi. There’s no fancy or complex equipment required. All you need is some little space to set yourself up , a table, a …

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