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I am Mary but my family and close friends call me Tina! I’m Originally from Kenya but currently based in Switzerland.

What started as a platform to share my constance cravings for Kenyan cuisine, has now turned into a community and a great passion for me where I also help you, the reader enjoy authentic Kenyan meals at home.

All Kenyan Recipes is ever growing and evolving  but the one thing that remains constance is how happy it makes me when I read comments and emails from all my readers.

Thank you for being a part in this journey, it is my joy to cook, teach and share with you authentic Kenyan recipes!

 

An Introduction about the Kenyan Cuisine…. 

The Kenyan food ranges from incredible varieties of exotic, ethnic and tradition combined with a seasoning of Up-country and the Coastal.

The Up country mouth watering Recipes are fresh, seasonal, simple but delicious and with a special touch of the Kenyan tradition!

The Coastal exotic cuisine on the other hand is a mixture of the swahilis and the mijikenda (the nine tribes). Its cuisine is filled with all bursting flavors of exotic spices and herbs, tropical fruits and coconut milk.

Further North in the Lamu Island one gets a clear indication of the Arab influence and also the test of their special coffee which is served in miniature cups accompanied by their delicate meat (Haluwa) or Dates.

Join me on this Journey as I introduce you to the wonderful Kenyan Cuisine with the simplest and quickest recipes for you, your friends and the entire family!

Am honored that you are here!

for questions, inquiries or comments please feel free to contact me.

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10 Comments Add yours

  1. Kalo says:

    Hi there!!

    I love the blog. Mambo mazuri sana.

    My name is Kalo. I am a Psychologist and a food blogger. Although my blogging is still in its early stages, I have become interested in getting to know other Kenyan food bloggers. I like your style and would love to learn some things from you.

    First of all,are you in Kenya by any chance and are you available to answer my questions?

    I look forward to hearing from you

    Shukran

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    1. admin says:

      Hey Kalo,
      Hit my inbox and ill try and answer your questions..
      Thanks for dropping-by..
      Regards

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  2. Johan Andebratt says:

    Thanks for all your nice recipes. You just made my time here in Nairobi so much easier. Johan, from Sweden

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    1. admin says:

      You are welcome Johan!
      Best regards from Zürich..

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  3. Suzie says:

    Hello there Mary, habari! . Just to let you know I have created a link to my food blog as I have used some of your fabulous recipes. My blog is delushioushomecomforts.wordpress.com. Asante sanan1

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    1. admin says:

      Hello Suzie..

      Habari nzuri sana. Asante!
      I’ll check your blog out.

      Best regards

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  4. Kari says:

    Hi Mary. I’m so glad I found your blog! I’m from Kenya, living in the US. I’m just restarting my food blog after 3 years off and your blog is amazing. I can’t wait to see more of your recipes.

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    1. admin says:

      Hello Kari,
      Welcome on board! If you have any questions don’t hesitate to write me!
      Where is your blog’s link?

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  5. Joerg says:

    Hello Mary,
    thanks a lot for these recipes and your blog. I bought also your cookbook and love it…
    But I miss a recipe for Ndengu… maybe next time in your blog? 🙂
    Best regards
    Joerg

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    1. admin says:

      Hello Joerg,

      Thank your purchase. I’ll definitely do a Ndengu recipe next.

      Best wishes

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