Inspired by Tanzanian cuisine, this delicious savory stew will be a major crowd-pleaser and is chock full of delicious fresh vegetables, creamy chickpeas and peanut butter, and fiery chiles! Enjoy this stew over coconut basmati rice or with delicious chewy chapati and spicy kachumbari! Chakula karibu!! You are welcome to eat at The African Table!View Post
By far, kachumbari is the dish I will make time and time again! What’s not to love? Crunchy, fresh vegetables, tangy lime juice, chilis and salt! The perfect quick pickled salad to brighten any plate! Here I paired with with boiled cassava which had a perfect creaminess to balance this salad’s bite!
Chakula karibu!!View Post African food, African history, cassava, Cilantro, cooking, Dining, Dinner, farm to table, food, heritage, Lunch, Mpoto Foundation Farm, salad, travel
Many people have asked me in the past if specializing in Contemporary African-inspired cuisine is limiting and while it does sound rather specific, be rest assured I chose this path wisely and after much consideration. I hate to be pigeon-holed in the kitchen so what would I have to work with given an African-inspired menu concept? […]View Post African history, cooking, food, heritage, travel