The Forgotten People of East Pokot

The Forgotten People of East Pokot

Written By: DJ Bwakali | Published: October-06-2015 | Category: Food
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The last time that I had seen such dry, parched land was in my early twenties when I made my maiden trip to Kaikor village in ...

Groundnuts are in season in London

Groundnuts are in season in London

Written By: Claire Baker | Published: December-01-2015 | Category: Food
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An African in London has almost inevitably gone through many processes of migration, evolution, adaptation and adjustment, fightin...

My Favourite less-than-4-dollar Meal

My Favourite less-than-4-dollar Meal

Written By: Elizabeth Anne Awinja | Published: August-17-2015 | Category: Food
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The date was 30th August 2008 and my super dad, whom we all call Papa, was giving the father-of-the-bride speech for his eldest da...

The Price Water Pays for Your Food

The Price Water Pays for Your Food

Written By: DJ Bwakali | Published: July-23-2016 | Category: Food
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The kitchen sink tap was wide open. Beneath it was a sufuria (cooking pan). A few seconds later, there was enough water in the suf...

Travelling food that needs a visa

Travelling food that needs a visa

Written By: Claire Baker | Published: October-29-2015 | Category: Food
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The bright green squeak and crack as the leaf is pulled from its staunch stalk never leaves me indifferent, especially when it&rsq...

Chips and The World Environment Day

Chips and The World Environment Day

Written By: DJ Bwakali | Published: August-14-2015 | Category: Food
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Good people, Friday, 05th June, is the World Environment Day. Despite my green credentials, I had never really been fully enamoure...

A Child's Search for Food

A Child's Search for Food

Written By: DJ Bwakali | Published: August-20-2015 | Category: Food
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In his eyes, there was sadness, but his face was excited as he pulled ahead of two other children and ran towards the kitchen area...

146 Shillings

146 Shillings

Written By: DJ Bwakali | Published: April-22-2016 | Category: Food
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Mama Njeri looked at the price tag on the supermarket shelf unbelievingly. Ksh 146. This was the new price of a 2kg packet of ma...