Senegal is a nutty place – and I mean that in the most affectionate and agricultural way.  But really – the Senegalese grow and eat a lot of peanuts.  Lightly roasted in the shells from roadside vendors to buckets of thick, unprocessed peanut butter to crackly, sweet sweets – there are so many ways to eat peanuts here! According to Wikipedia, 40% of cultivated land … Continue reading FOOD FRIDAY 21


Hey all!  I’m back in Senegal and slowly coming to terms with the heat, once again.  But it feels good to be back! Here’s a quick little snapshot of my last days of vacation, but really of the food! SEVILLA   GRANADA Fun fact about Granada: there are these lovely caves in the hills behind the city, some clustered together, some more spread out and … Continue reading FOOD FRIDAY 19