sadza


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sadza

(ˈsædzə)
n
(Cookery) a southern African porridge
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Hope Sadza, for example, had been a contemporary and friend of then Prime Minister Mugabe at the University of Fort Hare (see Nyarota, 2006).
Niniejsza praca poswiecona jest opisowi badania jakosciowego, ktre mialo na celu pokazanie co pracownicy sektora przedsiebiorczosci spolecznej w Anglii sadza na jej temat i jak postrzegaja jej niejasne granice.
Mynydd Isa Pumas (Jamie Lloyd, Harvey McGrail, Hari Williams, Josh Jones) moved further clear at the top of the U16s Division with a 4-1 success at Connah's Quay Tigers (Danny Sadza).
sir Percival Pott z Londynu opisal przypadki zachorowania na raka moszny wsrod kominiarzy majacych czesty kontakt z sadza. W XIX w.
We went to eat in a local restaurant where I tried sadza, a white, tasteless staple food which is made out of ground maize and is found almost all around Africa.
Kapenta are small freshwater fish, often served with sadza (maize porridge) or stewed with tomatoes, onions and groundnut powder, then served with fresh greens.
Thirteen stomachs examined by Mitchell (1976) were found to contain plant material (including maize-meal porridge, "sadza"), crustacea, mayfly and dragonfly nymphs, termites, dipteran larvae and pupae, terrestrial insects, a reptile eggshell and fish.
Lunch is provided but very few officers do eat in the canteen because it is mainly sadza and beans or at times cabbages.
This African Dinner Fundraiser with Patience Chaitezvi Munjeri features a meal in the Zimbabwean style, including African Peanut Soup; Cabbage and Carrot Salad; Usavi-spiced Chicken and Vegetables or Beans with Sauted Vegetables; Traditional Corn Meal Sadza; Greens with Onions, Tomatoes and Sweet Peppers; and Pumpkin Dessert with Vanilla Ice Cream.
She grows a few vegetables to add nourishment to the meagre meals of sadza and cabbage that she serves her family.
They lived in a mud-brick, European-style house and ate local foods like sadza. Every two weeks they would make the 50-kilometer trip to Masvingo, whose stores offered a broader range of groceries and supplies.