I was seated in the car at Forest Mall, waiting for a client who was over an hour late when an elegantly dressed young lady, probably in her early to mid 30s walked up to her car parked adjucent to … Continue reading When the fear of rape shapes people’s identities.
I am privately investigating a possible case of business rivalry that is marred with tales of witchcraft. Kyanja trading center was littered with hard and tasteless Chapatis that feel like goat hides until a little known woman set up a … Continue reading Where do my Chapati people go?
It was my sister’s graduation, we wanted to prepare for her something decent but our budget was small. So we thought, why don’t we cook this food ourselves? We could even throw in a 4Kg chocolate a cake while at … Continue reading And that was my first catering gig
While taking photographs for this food, I had one of those awkward moments when your neighbor catches you crouching on his designated backyard shade with a phone in hand and a tray of Popsicles, ice cubes and other things neatly … Continue reading I am sorry, I am just trying to photograph my Popsicles
Before Najjuko joined the list, I only knew of 3 babies on our flat, the oldest being Samantha who shared with us her 2nd year birthday cake two months ago. I only got to know of the other baby the … Continue reading My Baby is Nothing But a Tyrant
In my culture, there’s proverb that when loosely translated to English says “only he who has not moved around much thinks their mother is the best cook.” It is very easy to revere in your cooking abilities because you’ve not … Continue reading Cook with a Friend, You’ll Learn Something New
If you know a thing or two about Ugandan food then you’ve probably heard about Luwombo. It’s a popular and special dish in Buganda, one that my mom only prepared on special days like Christmas and Easter. I know what … Continue reading Ground Beef-Gnut-Mushrooms Luwombo