Saturday, 24 October 2009

Forget cereal..

I have been on my own the whole morning. R has taken the girls, plus good friend Zia, to the shops, leaving me to potter and fiddle around the house in perfect peace. So far I have managed to write a long email; swap the girls bookshelves and tidy them, arranging the books in order of height; pick lots of things off the floor; read The Week from cover to cover and eat some of last night's beans and sweet potato. Now I'm bored.

This afternoon Zia has promised to give me a curry masterclass. I *heart* curry, but like so many things -sigh- I can't cook a good one. Last week I tried a lamb rogan josh, and despite following the recipe to the letter, I got comments along the lines of "bit stringy and fatty", "more of a casserole than a curry isn't it?" and "are you sure this is lamb, not mutton?"

Now what do you think of our weekend breakfast? Fried with onion and a little oil, termites are a very tasty snack as well as being full of iron. And as Her Majesty The Queen Termite lays on average 30,000 eggs a day, more sustainable than beef or lamb or mutton.

Yum yum!


Rebecca said...

Never tried the termites, but I used to enjoy a few crispy grasshoppers washed down with an ice-cold Nile Special.

Ivo Serentha and Friends said...

My compliments for your blog and pictures included,I encourage you to photoblog,

Greetings from Italy,


Jennie said...

Hi Lizzie! Hope I can see you all very soon. I was also wondering if I could chat with you sometime about your work with Banana Boat? Looking for some advice on moving our sewing ministry/business forward through and thought you might at least have some good insight to the market here in Kampala. Let me know what you think! Jennie