An Art Gallery Lunch

As much as it is nice to dress up and go somewhere fancy to eat, sometimes all you want is to relax on a sunny Saturday afternoon, whilst sitting against the backdrop of simulating Zambian art and with the right amount of shade cover from a 100-year-old frangipani tree. 37 D Gallery now offers just…

Food: Antipasto Party Wreath

The wreath is traditionally a Christmas decoration placed on a door. As Janworry is all about making savings, I wanted to do something with all the leftover rosemary and thyme from the epic Christmas dinner. An antipasto (plural antipasti) wreath was just the thing, due to its shape I figured I should have a stylish…

Sushi Goals

Summer in the southern hemisphere is the gift that just keeps on giving but I have been feeling a bit under the weather and had major cabin fever. There was a need to go out and have something to eat other than fruit and juice, besides I was not in the mood for any hot…

What’s Cooking: Thai Chicken Meatballs

Our lives revolve around food it brings people together whether its something big or small, fills you up and puts a smile on your face. My relationship with food has mostly been about been what I can and cannot eat. Now this recipe I love, can’t remember where I got from. I have however added…

Zambia: The Problem with Misconceptions

With so many myths about Africa in existence, it is often hard to get a realistic view of a continent that is as complex as it is beautiful in its own right. There are many that have a tendency of reducing the planet’s second-largest continent of 54 countries to a single country. Misconceptions, perceptions and generalisations…

Tea at the Corner Café

A contemporary restaurant in the city of Lusaka located on Great East road, stands the place that everyone is talking about. It is superbly situated between two shopping malls Arcades and Manda hill. Of course, a wee birthday celebration is always a good excuse to go for a little nibble and a cuppa tea at…

A Week of Salads

Hello, as it starts to get warmer and hopefully winter can finally die down salads are the obvious choice but more specifically the types that offer just a little more substance are the ones I keep going back to. I wanted to share with you a selection of salads that I had for a week…

Lunch at Sugarbush Café

It is always wonderful to go to Sugarbush Café for lunch I always just feel so chilled and zen there. Love the rustic homely feel of it, the whole place is just a cool chill out place especially at the weekend. Located on Leopards hill road and set on a farm, revamped and is very…

A day at Chaminuka

The weekend is always the perfect opportunity to take a drive all the way to Chaminuka. It has one of the largest private Zambian art collections which is estimated to be a 1000-piece collection, placed throughout the lodge and collected over the years by its founder and owner Andrew Sardonis. As you enter the grounds…

A VERY GREEK EASTER

Sprung into April by going to the Greek Orthodox Easter Sunday celebrations held at the Horse Shoe. Now, I must say I did not know much about it, this was a whole new experience for me, but I had Nick the host walk me through some of the traditional aspects and what it all represents…