Omugunu: A Cassava Meal that Aided Surviving the Luweero War | Our Food Stories Ep. 02

In episode 2, special guest Victoria Nabukeera talks about Omugunu. A story about a pounded cassava meal told by her mother and how it was made during the Luweero war that brought in the country’s current president.  Listen below:

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Why Our Food Stories? Our Food Stories Ep. 01

In episode one of Our Food Stories, I take you through the events and inspiration that led to the podcast. I also share what to expect and how you can be a contributor to the podcast. Have a listen below:

Happy New Year friends! I hope you had a great end to 2021 and are successfully easing your way into 2022. One of last year’s highlights was launching Our Food Stories podcast which you welcome and received with open arms by listening where ever you are. I am excited to continue sharing these food stories with you this year.

Aside from us sharing our food stories, one of the goals for the podcast is for it to initiate conversations about food and how factors such as climate, culture and politics affect this food and how we interact with it. The fact that these conversations are already starting to happen brings me so much joy! Click here to read reviews we have received so far.

To everyone that has shared (and plans to contribute) a beautiful and cherished food story, thank you for making Our Food Stories what it is now. To everyone that has downloaded, subscribed and left a review on the podcast, you are appreciated.

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Would you like to contribute or know someone interested in contributing to this podcast? Kindly email akitcheninuganda@gmail.com or send us a DM on Instagram @akitcheninuganda. Connect with us on the socials using #ourfoodstoriesUg

Introducing Our Food Stories Podcast

Welcome to Our Food Stories: A community podcast by Ugandans for Ugandans sharing food stories from all over the country. Our Food Stories is a show, hosted by A Kitchen in Uganda, about our food and owning and telling our stories of it. It is about how food is not only fuel for the body but a means for most to build community, culture and even identity. As a way to preserve our indigenous foodways, each episode will have a unique guest who will talk about food stories passed down to them by generations past.

Ever wanted to know more about Ugandan food? Ever wanted to hear food stories of generations past and how some of your favorite foods came to be? I am so excited for you to finally listen to Our Food Stories! This podcast was born out of a need to dig deeper and learn more about the food that bonds us as a country. After many months of planning and reaching out to you, it is my greatest joy to finally share this podcast with the world.

The purpose of this podcast is to share food stories, educate, share knowledge and inspire foodies. This podcast is for story lovers and tellers, food historians, foodies, anthropologists and everyone in between. New episodes will be released every two weeks. You can binge listen to the first 3 episodes right now by clicking here.

Because this is a community podcast, any and everyone that is Ugandan and has an interesting food story to share can contribute to the podcast by sending an email to: contact@akitcheninuganda.com with the subject line: My Food Story so that we can share details on how to contribute. You can also send us a DM to @akitcheninuganda on Instagram to contribute to this podcast.

Connect with us on the socials using #ourfoodstoriesUg  and let us know what you think of the podcast so far.

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Subscribe to the podcast and stay tuned for more stories coming your way. Don’t forget to leave us a review on Apple podcasts!