My eldest sister lives and works in the picturesque town of Nakuru. When she comes home after being away for a period of time, we spend majority of the time just catching up on what we have missed out on while living apart. Amid all the chatty conversations, billions of curious questions and girly giggles, we always talk about the thing that matters most, food. And in the process share new recipes with each other that we think the other would enjoy.
This honey and rosemary carrot saute is a recipe my sister Cheredi suggested I try. To be honest, I was a bit hesitant as to how these would taste as the recipe has ingredients all of which have strong flavors on their own. But they came together in such a brilliant harmony. It was so delicious! I made this and it was cleared in under 5 minutes.
I hope you give this a try and know a little bit of what heaven tastes like 🙂
I am lucky to live around people who love to host parties to facilitate neighborhood get-togethers, and prepare the best food during the times they host. There is always something new to taste and new food combinations to experience. And for foodies such as myself, this is the ultimate experience. Today’s recipe is actually one of my favorite salads, which I first ate at my neighbors place. I have been hooked on it since! It is so easy to make, but the flavor profile is so sophisticated. I always love having my fruit especially when it is really hot in December, and this salad always makes my indulgence a delight.
This will be a really short post because the process is not too long or complicated. And I must add, this is a must-try for you and your family this festive season 🙂
In our house, it is very uncommon for us to have a meal without vegetable serving. Regardless of which vegetable it is, there has to be something served together with our protein and carbohydrates. Sometimes, we play around with various vegetables and in the process come up with new vegetable side dishes in the process.
Carrots are usually part of many dishes, but rarely are they the star of the dish. Today I let my amazing carrots be the star of the dish as I made this Indian inspired Carrot Kari . This one goes really well with ugali, but I felt it went best with rice dishes. Here is this unique,easy to make and delicious Carrot Kari.
If you are a cartoon and animation lover like myself, you probably know this cartoon called chowder. Chowder was and still is one of my all time favorite cartoons. I thoroughly enjoy the silliness and the old-school humor which I feel majority of cartoons these days are lacking. I then accidentally discovered that all the characters, including the main character, chowder, are all actually named after a certain dish. This was very intriguing and facinating to me, so much so that I had to research into those dishes.
In honor of my favorite cartoon, today I made a heart warming potato, corn and tomato chowder.
Hey there! My name is Kaluhi and I love food! Through my blog, I am happy to share with you my self-taught recipes, steeped in nostalgia and the happiest of memories. I hope each recipe you try out is as addictive as the previous one and is shared on a table full of love and hearty laughs!
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