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You Asked For It, At Least Some Did

Some have asked what I eat at Olbalbal so prepare to be seriously bored by this post. I cook for myself. This is a very pretentious statement, like I’m turning out delectable dishes using my vast cooking experience and my dog-eared Betty Crocker cook book. Not so, my cooking is at the pre cooking school level. Growing anything here in the Conservation Authority of Ngorongoro is strictly forbidden. One literally cannot plant even a flower seed. So, no vegetables, no fruit, no nothing that is not dried or canned. My pantry includes canned tuna, popcorn, dried peanuts, rice, pasta, potatoes bought by the sack, and Knorr dry soup packages. That is pretty much it. Oh, I am well stocked with wonderful Kilimanjaro coffee beans that I grind using my rechargeable electric drill.  A typical week might look like this:

 

Sunday:

Lunch: Knorr tomato soup and crackers

Snack: Maasai curdled milk

Supper: Knorr Knorr Mushroom soup mixed with a can of tuna over noodles

 

Monday:

Lunch: Knorr tomato soup and crackers

Snack: Maasai curdled milk

Supper: Knorr Mushroom soup over rice

 

Tuesday:

Lunch: Knorr tomato soup and crackers

Snack: Maasai curdled milk

Supper: Knorr vegetable soup over boiled potatoes

 

Wednesday:

Lunch: Knorr tomato soup and crackers

Snack: Maasai curdled milk

Supper: Knorr Mushroom soup mixed with a can of tuna over noodles

 

Thursday:

Lunch: Knorr tomato soup and crackers

Snack: Maasai curdled milk

Supper: Knorr Mushroom soup over rice

 

Friday:

Lunch: Knorr tomato soup and crackers

Snack: Maasai curdled milk

Supper: Knorr vegetable dry soup over noodles

 

Saturday:

Lunch: Knorr tomato soup and crackers

Snack: Maasai curdled milk

Supper: Knorr Mushroom soup mixed with a can of tuna over noodles

 

There you have it. If you’ve managed to keep awake reading this far, you see that I like tomato soup curdle Maasai milk. Popcorn and peanuts supply variety.

 

You asked for it, at least some of you did!

 

 

 

 

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