Monthly Archives: May 2011

Travel: Tanzania Chapter Three: Zanzibar

This post is a continuation of my previously published blog posts on my trip to Tanzania: Read my Dar Es Salaam chapter here and my Bagamoyo chapter here. No trip to Tanzania is complete without a jaunt to Zanzibar, also … Continue reading

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Menu: Commune Twelve

stuffed mushrooms banana leaf parcels of sticky rice stuffed with green chilli chicken chilli mackerel Kenyan recipe: Coriander & Tomato chicken on the bone (by Guest Chef Mara Menzies) Onion Dahl Pumpkin Custard

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Travel: Tanzania Chapter Two — Bagamoyo

See Part 1 of my blog posts on Tanzania: Dar Es Salaam See Part 3 of my blog posts on Tanzania: Zanzibar The next part of my trip found us in Bagamoyo, a small town on the coast of Tanzania, … Continue reading

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Pictures: Commune Ten

10 whole communes. And this week, Khana Commune will have been running for 6 months. Gosh. I want to thank each and every guest who has supported us over the last half year. Thank you for being open minded about … Continue reading

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When is the last time you told a story?

When I was a little girl, my father would tell me the most awesome bedtime stories. They usually involved jinns (spirits made from fire, from Islamic folklore) and they would always start off with him, age 6, being awoken by … Continue reading

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Cooking on a Himalayan Pink Salt Block

During my recent trip to New York City, I visited a little shop in the West Village called The Meadow. Owned by Mark Bitterman, The Meadow sells more kinds of salts from all over the world than I knew ever … Continue reading

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KC in Time Out Singapore’s May issue!

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