Cooking with Kids: A Taste of Africa and the Middle East

10 Responses

  1. Teresa Wiedrick says:

    Hi there. Thanks for sharing about your experience. My home educating family and I volunteered in Kenya last year. We ate a lot of stewed beans, stewed collard greens and ugali (maize porridge). So glad to come home to cheese and regular food.

    • Liesl Den says:

      Wow! What an amazing experience. I hope we get there some day. What did you and your family do over in Kenya?

  2. Teresa Wiedrick says:

    Hi there. Thanks for sharing about your experience. My home educating family and I volunteered in Kenya last year. We ate a lot of stewed beans, stewed collard greens and ugali (maize porridge). So glad to come home to cheese and regular food.

    • Liesl Den says:

      Wow! What an amazing experience. I hope we get there some day. What did you and your family do over in Kenya?

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