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A Taste of Kenya 5 January 2024 Food is very important in Kenyan culture and the kitchen team at Angama Mara loves to celebrate their culinary traditions with guests By Evans Ondara
What’s Cooking at Angama Safari Camp 19 December 2023 Shannon Davis, part of the Angama Family and the brains behind the food for the new Angama Safari Camp, shares how she dreamt up the menu for a campfire kitchen set deep in the Mara Triangle By Shannon Davis
From Farm to Fork 11 August 2023 There is something special about picking the fresh ingredients for your next meal — for one guest and photographer, Michelle Ospino, it’s what truly sets good food apart By Guest Author
The Perfect Pairing 19 May 2023 No matter the time of day, at Angama there’s always something delicious to eat in a dazzling location — and of course, the perfect wine to go with it By Adlight Muhambi
Vanilla, but Not Plain 3 February 2023 It's wonderfully warm here and Kina Karianke, Angama's Head Pastry Chef, decided it was time to talk about her favourite subject — ice cream By Kina Karianke
Chakula Ni Uhai — Food Is Life 3 May 2022 The Maasai proverb ‘Happiness is as good as food’ perfectly sums up what the chefs at Angama wholeheartedly believe in. We are proudly Kenyan in our kitchen and the food lovingly prepared for our guests draws its inspiration form a magnificent tapestry of cultures By Nicky Fitzgerald
The Recipe of Amanda’s Kitchen 9 February 2021 Over the past 4 years of working closely with Amanda Collins, Kate Fitzgerald Boyd has come to know that her kind, mild and gentle exterior is simply a façade for the energetic, detail-oriented fireball that lies beneath the surface of Angama's beloved chef-trainer By Kate Fitzgerald Boyd
Exploring A Living Pharmacy 1 September 2020 “Let food be thy medicine” - wise words to live by. In times of Corona, good health, a nutrient-rich diet and medicine are all at the forefront of many a mind, which means there couldn’t be a better time to introduce the spiralled Living Pharmacy garden at Angama Mara By Ian Dommisse
A Love Letter 11 August 2020 Confined to South Africa, Nicky spends her days dreaming of returning to the place she loves best in the world. Her heart is filled with longing to be back with the Angama family, to walk through the property at sunrise, to spend time with the team, to greet guests again, and, best of all, to hang out in the kitchen By Nicky Fitzgerald
Out of an African Kitchen and into a Cookery Book 16 June 2020 When publishing a cook book, there are a few essential ingredients required. Kate shares the secret recipe to Angama's new baby, Out of An African Kitchen By Kate Fitzgerald Boyd
A Camp Quite Like No Other 21 April 2020 The design team that made Angama Mara a standout in look and feel is back in action with our latest addition to the family, Angama Safari Camp By Alison Mitchell
Twice As Nice 24 March 2020 What could be better than a safari picnic in the middle of the Maasai Mara? Two picnics, of course. Lauren Levi recently discovered on her full-day safari exploring the Triangle that the choice of breathtaking picnic sites doubles. This tree? No, that one. On the banks of the Mara River? No, tucked under the Great Rift valley, please. By Lauren Levi
From Hive To Table – The Great Honey Harvest 18 June 2019 With tales of sleepy bees and buckets of honey, Alison Mitchell decided to join the Shamba keepers on a nocturnal harvesting mission By Alison Mitchell
More Drizzle than Dip, Thank you Zeus 9 April 2019 For those of our followers whose Greek mythology is a bit rusty, read on to see that even a pesky god couldn’t put a dampener on a photo shoot By Kate Fitzgerald Boyd
A Farmer at Heart 19 March 2019 Sowing and growing, seeding and weeding – it’s all in a day’s work for Shamba Keeper, Naliki By William Naliki Olais Lemeyian
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