Oct 142016
 

Cabbage is a great vegetable to add to your diet. Read about the health benefits. You can eat it raw (I like mine in a  coleslaw) or you can cook it (I like mine sauteed).  In this video, I show you how to quickly sautee the cabbage in a medly of herbs and flavours. If you are going for the authentic Kenyan meal, the sauteed cabbage  makes a great side dish for beef stew and pilau, or even with chapati and chicken.

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Aug 102016
 

This is one of my favourites. It’s close to having a homemade hot pocket. You can make it ahead of time for busy days or for your lunch the next day and, best of all it’s quick and easy. All you have to do is cook the beef into an omelette adding two or three types of herbs, create a wrap then toast in a skillet and voila! Here is the recipe.

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May 132016
 

Here is our Food Video showing you how to make yet another Kenyan dish, Mukimo and Beef Herb Kebab. There are so many different ways to make Mukimo. Some people love to use kale or spinach, others use beans or black eyed peas, others like to include plantain, while others love stinging nettles.

My version of Mukimo is made with fresh potatoes, peas and spinach. It’s easy to make and nutritious way to have your potatoes. Click for full post and Mukimo and Beef Herb Kebab RECIPE .. ENJOY!

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May 122016
 
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Mukimo:

If a Kenyan ever invites you to their home and they say come to lunch be ready for something extraordinary. You see, lunch is not a one pot dish like a casserole or a simple meal of fries and sausage. Ohhhh nooo!!!. Lunch is something much bigger. You will find yourself at a table full of so many dishes that you begin to ask if you are at the right house. You see it’s custom to treat your guests to a sumptuous meal with a wide variety of meats, vegetables and starches, so big and so varied that they will never forget. Seriously, it’s an interesting trend. The families go all out. You would think their daughter was getting married!

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Mar 012016
 

This Njahi and Turkey stew video is inspired by a ham and bean soup that we made. I thought that if I could substitute the pinto beans for njahi beans and the ham for ground turkey, I would make some magic.

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