Easter-delight – Free Read

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EASTER DELIGHT

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This issue is a sweet one amid all the sour moments. It is a celebratory issue, This here is for you, with love. And sugar.

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FRUITS OF THE SEA

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Nothing Fishy…The year is moving on swiftly and we are slowly adapting to the new decade. The year is merely three months down but has been full of important lessons. We are however getting into groove. Here at Dishy, the food grind continues too. The days have might been slow this year but the food game moves on swiftly. This March we get into Fishy Tales. In our cover story, we take you in and around the city under the sun showing you the best spots to get your taste of fresh fish. Finding good fish is hard so we also give you some of the best joints to enjoy good fish in Dishy Treats. We get to get nostalgic as Enzi Zetu continues with yet another twist.This is an interesting month as the boys get to follow up on Allano’s fishy business in OTC. Our team have yet again brought you a piece of their heart and love. Make sure to enjoy the ride, and remember to grab a drink for Just Booze it.

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A SLICE OF LOVE

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Love at First BiteLove. Love is the most important thing. We all want to love, to feel loved. But here at Dishy, food is the most important thing. We love food, (and you, our ardent reader), passionately. Time has flown and love is in the air. It is the time of year where red is the only color that matters. In this ‘Month of Love’ we have all you need to get you in the groove. This is not just a welcome into this issue. This is a call for you to love, to love food and enjoy it. And our team has most definitely done quite an excellent job. In our cover story, get to know your pizza and where to get the best pizza in town. The boys are happy about the Champions League being back in OTC and Kibandaski finds us in the outskirts of town.Many date nights will be happening this month and ‘Masters of Art’ brings you some of the most romantic restaurants around. Get a bit of nostalgia as Masauti takes us through his high school days in Enzi Zetu. In this issue you will fall in love, travel a far all while discovering new foods and food places but you best unwind and grab a drink for Just Booze It. This issue is full of love, drama and of course food; the perfect ingredients for good romance.

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BLENDED CULTURE

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Diamonds in the RoughThe new decade is here with us with a sense of rejuvenation. A new year full of promise. Here at Dishy, we see it as a clean plate (pun intended, obviously). On this plate we will keep getting better at what we are good at; creating meaningful connections in this ever buzzing food industry. A happy new year to all our readers, clients and everyone who was a part in the production of this issue.In this month’s issue we focused on bringing you closer to fun-filled budget friendly outings and offers. We understand that this month comes with some financial strains but that shouldn’t deter you from having Dishy experiences as you did during the festivities. Consider this January issue a guide into the maze of this streets, a map to the hidden alleys to finding ways to get the most of your money, whether your plan is to eat out or dine in.There is something for everyone here from the city’s best happy hour deals, pocket friendly restaurants, cocktail recipes, a sprinkle of our writers’ best lifestyle stories and so much more. Get a load of what Allano and the boys have cooking for this year, the girls are back from their merry making in China and with some interesting import. Vera, well, new year more drama, is it the year she stops playing second?Dig into the read and build up an appetite for greater things to come.

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WILD AND FREE SPIRITS
WILD AND FREE SPIRITS

WILD AND FREE SPIRITS

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Wild and Free SpiritsAs we head into the festive season, the Dishy team would like to make sure that you are well prepared for the festivities. As such, we have taken it upon ourselves to get you the greatest drinks and food that will ensure a smooth party experience. The drinks and cocktails will have you second guessing your favourite drink while the food takes you to a whole other culinary level.As is custom, the writers have given their all to make sure that once you start this journey with us, you will love every step of it and dread the end. Is a story worth telling if you can’t capture your audience in its flow? Kibandanski takes on a delicacy that will have your mouth watering roasts that leave him astounded. We also take a look at the breath-taking Boabox as our crew has a session of fun, good food and cocktails to share with you. Ave I ever mentioned how impressive Mama Nitilie is? Well, you can find out for yourself as Mwanaidi shares a recipe that uses rice to make a sort of bread; interested yet?In The Culture, we take a look at the Indian culinary art as we help them celebrate the festival of light a.k.a Diwali. We also take a tour of Blankets and Wine: Tenth Anniversary Edition. We bring you the sights, sounds and flavours that made this event a masterpiece in their bid to celebrate the afro-fusion culture in the country.With contributions from famed culinary artists such as Kiran Ramsaran, Executive Chef at Mount Kenya Safari Club and Chef Bennette of Ebru TV, you can rest assured that you are only getting the best from us. Add #afoodiescollective and Pamela Oduor to the mix and you have all the makings of a breath-taking culinary experience. As you can see, this edition has a lot to offer. From the articles to the photography, from beginning to end, we assure you top quality experiences. Take a look and don’t be shy; let us know what you think…

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SIGHTS AND FLAVOURS
SIGHTS AND FLAVOURS

SIGHTS AND FLAVOURS

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Tembea KenyaThe third issue of Dishy was always slotted as a travel issue. As such, we have worked tirelessly to ensure that you have both the food and beverage magazine and the travel magazine all wrapped in one amazing package.As per the norm, our writers have broken their backs (proverbially) to ensure that they deliver content that is both relevant and well presented; all for our esteemed readers. The design of the magazine may have changed but that shouldn’t worry you. Change is a sign of growth and learning and we are still young with an endless capacity for growth.Watch this space for awe inspiring content. Tembea Kenya is a tag used to promote local tourism in a bid to increase revenue for the government. This, however, is not why most of us use it. We use it to promote the beauty that is our motherland; the places, the people, the culture, the abundance of life and most of all the harmony born of this diversity. So, yes #tembeaKenya and see how diverse your homeland is. See how beautifully we have been blessed. On the counter, as usual, tackles an interesting issue; love is blind. Jamo, and Allano still go head to head on opposing teams of this theory. Who holds the upper hand? Vero is in a conundrum as to how best to please her man; faithful side-chic and all. Grace and her crew, however, already have their holiday plans in order. Question is, are they prepared for the dazzling sites of both their destination and its occupants? We take you down to the Maasai Mara to view the eighth wonder of the new world and to dine like royalty; in the shade as you watch animals grazing. We take you to the lakeside for their special brand of royal treatment where you dine by lake as the sun sets in the horizon, maybe even on the lake itself; your choice. We take you to Nanyuki to sample their local scene and for more wildlife. On spot takes us for a whirlwind of a tour through Kisumu city, Meru, Nairobi and, believe it or not, Lodwar.I could drone on and on for pages but that would spoil the experience for you. All I can say is that this is an issue you don’t want to miss. Other than that… ENJOY.

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