SPICED GITHERI

When they say that the best things in life are free it is true but they are also simple. As I grew up I came to learn that despite Githeri being mums favourite meal it was both part of our inheritance and culture.

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When making the Githeri, she always ensured that it was loaded with lots of vegetables ranging from carrots, potatoes, pumpkins, tomatoes etc.  I don’t think that I ever tired of the meal until I boarded in high school. WHEN THEY SAY REPETITION IS BORING THIS IS TRUE MY FRIENDS. THE DISH WHICH WAS SERVED DAILY DID NOT CONFORM TO THE STANDARDS I WAS USED TO!!! Read more

ELEPHANT HILL HIKE

I have been hoping to start exercising for a long time but I keep on making excuses for it. When I heard there was going to be a hike in Elephant hill, looks like an elephant from a distance, in the Aberdare Ridge I deliberated over it until the very last minute, when I decided to give it a try.

The facilitators informed us that this was going to be a serious hike and if you are a first time hiker you had to be very fit!!! I was a bit worried due to my inactivity over the past few years. Read more

BAKED AVOCADO, EGGS & BACON


Due to the busy schedules everyone is keeping, it has become quite challenging for families and friends to share recipes like before. As a result there is a generation willing to learn how to cook but they do not know where to start, luckily this is the internet era where e-magazines, newsletters, food blogs, cooking networks and most of all you tube exist.

For sometime I kept on seeing this recipe on food blogs, you tube, Facebook and as a result I kept on wanting to try it out. I was skeptical at first since I have known for a long time that cooked avocados tend to get this this unpleasant bitter taste!!! Despite the lingering doubts I decided why not. Read more