Tag Archives: Foodieskenya

A Guide to Choosing The Perfect Tomato

I was busy gathering my ingredients to fix a quick lunch late in the afternoon when I noticed how beautiful the tomatoes looked as the light from the kitchen window gently fell upon them. So I decided to post take a couple of pictures for the sole reason that I …

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Banana Pancakes

Today’s recipe is courtesy of @Susan_Mumbua. Susan is a geek ,  soon-to-be Telecommunications Engineer , who is also very passionate football matters ( She’s a MUFC fan to be precise). Probably one of the coolest chics I know from way back in high school and has been one of the most …

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Dining on Company Dime: Brew Bistro, Westlands

 Today it’s not She Ate the City, but rather a case of “He Ate the City” …on company chumz. I bet you’re jealous 🙂 NB//: All expressions and images in this post solely belong to the writer. ***** Brew Bistro recently opened up a new branch in Westlands. It is …

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Lunch at The Vineyard

On Wednesday, my newly found buddy and die-hard coffee lover, Kelvin, headed over to the Vineyard Bar and Restaurant along Rhapta road to check out the place. This was after much praise from Kelvin about the Pizza at the joint. We were met by the Restaurant Manager Ms. Sarah (a …

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NRW2016: Dinner at Ventana

One of our girlfriends had her birthday on the 5th of February and we decided to do a surprise dinner as a group during the NRW. It would be an awesome chance to try out new places  and still celebrate the day, though belated, with her. Our options were Adega and …

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Truffle Shoe-String Fries @ 360 Degrees Pizza

There are fewer joys in this world than taking the first sip of your milkshake when you’re thirsty during a really hot day. That pleasure is 10X more blissful when the milkshake is blended just right and can almost hear the distant ring of angels singing in the  background. That’s exactly …

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Turmeric and Ginger Veggie Fried Rice

This is one of those recipes you randomly throw-down and by sheer luck, turns out amazing.  White rice can be really boring at times and if you are a rice lover, this is an incredible way to spice things up.   You’ll need: 1 Cup of Basmati/Biryani/Any long grain rice …

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How to Make Potato Pancakes

So I got this recipe from Food Wishes, one among the gazillion cooking channels I follow on Youtube.  For anyone interested in learning how to cook, I’d highly recommend it.   Most people dread trying out new recipes because they are intimidated by the complicated procedures and ingredients that most …

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Marita’s Bhajias

The first time I saw “Marita’s Bhajias” on  social media , I was super excited. My mind immediately conjured images of a restaurant that serves all the varietals of Bhajias you can imagine. A dream come true, right? Well, my presumptions were wrong; but not very far off. Marita’s Bhajias …

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How to Select The Best Tangerines

Tangerines also known as Mandarins are a member of the citrus fruit family. They are characterized by an easy to peel skin and have a sweet aroma. There are several varietals of Tangerines, with the skin colour of ripe ones ranging from greenish-yellow to a stark orange.  Grafted Tangerines are …

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