Three Tales of Omugoyo Part. 2 | Our Food Stories Ep. 13

Part 2 is a continuation of Omugoyo, a dish made out of sweet potatoes and beans that are cooked together. Mark Lutta, and Jonathan Kabugo share their unique versions of this dish and how it nourished family members. I hope you enjoy listening! Don’t forget to listen to part 1 of this story. 

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Three Tales of Omugoyo Part. 1 | Our Food Stories Ep. 12

Episode 12 is a unique one as it is 3 recollections of Omugoyo, a dish made out of sweet potatoes and beans that are cooked together. 3 special guests Faith Mulungi, Mark Lutta, and Jonathan Kabugo share their unique versions of this one dish and how it nourished their relatives. I hope you enjoy listening! Don’t forget to tune in to the next episode which will share part 2 of the continuation of this story. 

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Eshabwe: A Sauce Made Out of Aged Ghee | Our Food Stories Ep. 11

Episode 11 takes us to the western part of the country where a special dish called Eshabwe is eaten and celebrated. Special Guest Darlyne Komukama and her mother share with us memories attached to this wonderful dish. 

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