When you live abroad, you crave certain foods from home. For me, one of the foods I miss most (after good Mexican food) is dill pickles. Especially the fancy Claussen ones that you get in the refrigerator section – soooo crunchy and good! There are lots of recipes online for homemade dill pickles, but most of them require a full weekend of preparing, cooking and canning. And honestly, I just do not have time for that. But My grandmother recently sent me a recipe for no-cook refrigerator pickles! I made them a few days ago, and they are SO GOOD! Continue reading
About Mama Mgeni
Former aid worker and current SAHM, living in Nairobi with my husband, our sassy three year old daughter, and a brand new baby girl...
What does “mgeni” mean?Mgeni is a word in Swahili meaning foreigner, guest, visitor or stranger. While Kenya is my home, and I've settled well here, part of me is still mgeni, with a foot in both the expat and local Kenyan worlds...
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Blogs I follow:1. Mama Congo - http://mamacongo.blogspot.com 2. A Cup of Jo - http://joannagoddard.blogspot.com 3. Mama Mzungu - http://www.mamamzungu.com 4. The Kenyan Camper - http://thekenyancamper.com 5. Towels packed, will travel - http://towelspacked.wordpress.com 6. Life in Dar - http://welsien.blogspot.com 7. Super Awesome Babywearing Collective - http://www.sabcollective.com 8. Thatchwork - http://thatchwork.wordpress.com