Sunday, March 10, 2013

African Food

I guess it fair to call the food we eat African food because we are eating it in Africa.  However, I must say that the cooks do the best they can to make us comfortable with our food.  Every lunch and dinner we have beans and rice.  The rice is normal white rice and the beans are a red bean cooked in a tasty sauce.  For every meal  they try to add a side of some kind, such in the this pic we had green beans for the first time and a potato salad made without the tradtional mayo.  We have had chicken a few times and a taco thing one time.  Today is Sunday and for lunch after church we we had a treat of mashed potatoes, fried chicken, and green beans and as always, rice and beans.  Dinner is always left overs from lunch.  Breakfast is almost always oatmeal and bannanas.  Sunday mornings we have had omlettes and one time we had pancakes.  I have to say I am very pleased with the food that they give us.  I not losing the weight like I wanted, so I must be hitting the feed bag pretty good....
Now I am going to spend the rest of the day and night trying to upload an interview with Ms. Jane Owanga, a very interesting yough women....

1 comment:

  1. Thoroughly enjoying the postings of your mission as well as your frustrations; am living vicariously through your journey - thank you, and am praying for your safety and success in South Sudan daily - dori


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