MyWeetabix, Cereal, Kawiria

Looking for Validation on Social Media.

Over the years, social media has seen some crazy transformation and while at it growing like wildfire. Remember when were all new to Facebook? Or when we barely knew our way around twitter and our first messages would read something like “hello world.” Well, we’re now almost experts in not only those, but many other…

Guacamole, Recipe

Holy Guacamole.

I know there are those dips that look like they’re so easy to make. Not they’re actually difficult to make, but we underestimate the ingredients at first glance. That was me and guacamole. Every time I saw it being served, I was like, ‘it’s just chopped avocado with tomatoes and onions.” But wait a minute,…

Pork, Barbecue, Roast

Weekend Barbecue Pork Roast.

It’s interesting how when you’re presented with a situation, there are many ways you can go around it and make the most out of it. That’s what happened during the holidays. We were all craving some pork chops/ribs. We could already imagine ourselves ripping the meat off the bones and just devouring them. Yes! Then…

New Year, 2015, Life Lessons

2015 Building Bricks.

It’s finally here, 2015 is finally here. Remember when it looked like a mirage? When you would set goals that seemed unachievable and go like “Ah, I’ll get married in 2015″. Ha ha, I said that A-LOT. Thinking that 2015 is the future. Now the future is here with us and I’ll be getting married. The…

Book Review, Den of Inequities, Kenya, Kenyan Writer, Kinyanjui Kombani

Book Review: Den of Inequities by Kinyanjui Kombani.

In “Den of Inequities”, Kinyanjui Kombani narrates to us methodically stories that portray the inequalities that exists within our country. From which he clearly demonstrates the gap between the rich and the poor, while focusing more on the life in the ghetto (slums). It brings to perspective our day to day incidences – from insecurity,…

Chicken Recipe, Dinner

Family “Roast Chicken” Dinner.

In a Foodie Anonymous (FA) meeting, “Hi I am Kawiria and I absolutely love chicken.” I am one of those people whose day is easily made with a few pieces of chicken. Of all the different types of edible meats, for me, chicken always wins. Of late though, pork has been giving it a run.…