My friend, Anne, from Kenya is coming again for dinner. This time, I'm cooking a more traditional Kenyan dinner for her. I hope she likes it. I know it won't be exactly like what she eats at home but hopefully, it will be close!
I'm making a beef vegetable soup served over rice and a selection of fruit. I tried to make something that my family would eat along with Anne. I researched and this seems to be a normal diet for many Kenyans. I'll let you know how it came out! The really nice thing is that they do not normally serve any sweet dessert so I'm off the hook for dessert!
I enjoy talking to Anne. She is always such a positive person and is very drawn to my daughter. She wants to get out of nursing school and go back to her homeland to help young girls. Many are mistreated, I haven't asked her about her own life. I'm sure it was much different than my own daughter's experiences. It is amazing that people can live so different than us. I have a hard time wrapping my mind around that fact. I just get used to my own little world and don't think much about how other people live.
I'm looking forward to hosting Anne again... each visit gives me a glimpse of what my life would have been like had I not been fortunate enough to be born in the good old USA!