ugali


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ugali

(uːˈɡaliː)
n
(Cookery) E African a type of stiff porridge made by mixing corn meal with boiling water: the basic starch constituent of a meal
[from Swahili]
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The suspects would also harvest fish from the trader's pond in the compound and treat themselves to meals of fried fish and ugali, not once or twice but several times.
Matheka said the criminals, who were over ten in number, ate fish from his fishpond located within the compound and cooked Ugali in his house for the entire week.
Ayaw natin ang ugali (we may not like their attitude) but then what can we do?
We used to wake up early in the morning and have Ugali before going to school.
Switching from eating fufu, ugali and gari to pizza and burgers does not make one any more developed.
Marie was cooking everyday on charcoals meals with chicken, rice, beans or chips and of course ugali, the African staple, equivalent to bread, made out of maize or cassava flour.
Kenyans take the enjoyment of food seriously--the days of going out for nyama choma na ugali (a roasted meat and maize meal) or an Indian are well past, although both still have very loyal devotees.
Contestants were judged based on Kilos at Ugali (Behavior and Practice)- 20%, Talento (Talent)- 20%, Talino at Talas ng Isip (Intelligence and Wit)- 20%, Pakikilahok sa Komunidad at Eskwela (Community and School Participation)- 20%, and Tindig at Pormang Kaya Ko
A visit to the Jambo Cafe was also a must to sample the Kenyan delights of Ugali and Tusker, bringing back memories of an earlier life in Africa.
The newly appointed commissioners include, Barjuok Ucu Kuic (Kwajiena county), James Akuar Agau (Udic county), James Mabuong Marial Bai (county), Michael Ricardo Ugali (Kpalie county) while Pasquale Joseph Ayan will oversee Besilia county.
It took a long time for us to gain the communities' trust," says Sonja Lipenga, Prof Dickman's second in command, as we share a meal of beans and ugali around a simple camp table.
It took along time for us to gain the communities' trust," says Sonja Lipenga, Prof Dickman's second in command, as we share a meal of beans and ugali around a simple camp table.