Traditional Zimbabwean Flavours And The Meals’Yum

There’s nothing quite Zimbabwean like our relationship with peanut butter (Even if you’re allergic to nuts you can’t avoid it). We put it in everything from our cereal to our chicken and most importantly our rice. Sadza is not unique to Zimbabwe alone but it’s also first on the list of our beloved traditional meals….

Kravings Baking And Confectionery Heaven

There’s nothing in the world quite like good cake to make you feel better about yourself. Before you mention alcohol or anything else just know that I’m speaking from a sober mindset. I have always had a big sweet tooth, so much so I always prefer to put my own sugar in my tea. Which…

Meals By Mapz For That Seafood Craving

I have never been a big fan of seafood because well it was something I never really tried. It’s not high up there on the list of typical Zimbabwean meals so I figured if seafood stays in it’s own lane I’ll stay in mine. Water for it and land for me. I remember the one…

The Dial A Delivery App And Steers (Harare, Zimbabwe)

I almost never buy food via delivery apps. I don’t have a good reason for it but I just prefer calling a call centre and talking to another human. Using apps just feels like it lacks that personal connection and also who do you shout at when things don’t go right? Anyways the steers craving…

The Meals’Yum and Our Love For Braai Meat and Traditional Meals

There’s nothing quite as Zimbabwean as our love for braai meat and well maybe our love for alcohol. The two also often go hand in hand and if one is there then the other is usually close at hand. The Meals’Yum offers a convenient way to explore our love of braai meat by deliveries right…

Mr Sauce And Why It’s Everything We Love About Buying Local

As told by the book the origins of braai, the caveman was hard at work one day with his primitive rock tools and somehow sparks flew igniting tinder and fire was discovered. Meat that used to be eaten raw was tossed on the fire and the first braai was born. Salt was added some time…

Zimbabwe’s Coffee Culture: Does it exist at all?

World over it is the widely accepted norm to get your hot cup of coffee early in the morning to fully wake up the senses and begin your day. Although often in Zimbabwe the go to hot beverage in the morning is a hot cup of tea. If you’ve ever googled coffee and Zimbabwe then…

Restaurant Review: A visit to Skotchkart’s Msasa outlet in Harare

When you hear healthy eating what do you think? For some reason I picture being force fed colesaw salad with no mayonnaise or salad dressing and drinking water only because you can’t afford to take in additional calories. Blame it on Stephen King novels and the constant bombardment of avoid gluten, avoid this and avoid…