It’s that time of year. August. Late winter on our edge of the Zambezi escarpment. When the earth heats up; when the seeds go wild. My garden is coming into its annual climax and my heart is happy.
The language of food echoes through the generations in rural Zambia.
We’ve had the wettest summer since I arrived in Livingstone four years ago. More rain fell in January than the whole of the green season last year.
The Elephant Café, in which I am a partner and the Chef de Cuisine, is two months old today. Instead of writing about its story so far, I have chosen instead to compile a slideshow that illustrates it.
The Cook’s Cook, a magazine for cooks, food writers and recipe testers, published bimonthly in the United States, included me in its “Best (Advice) from the Best (Food Writers)” feature, which was pub
I’ve been waiting just short of a month to publish this post.