Once again food enthisistaes from around the city congregated for another deliciously organized episode of the ‘East African Meat Carnival’ last Saturday for an irresistibly tasteful meat fiesta at The Gardens in Najjera against a backdrop of melodies across the East African region.
The fast-growing series of food events sponsored by Tusker Lite had guests trickling in as early as 2:00pm as they enjoyed the afternoon’s outdoor cooking hosted by Senior Chef, Mark Kaheru.
Kaheru who is widely known as a master in the kitchen was seen serving guests ‘meaty delicacies’ inspired from over the border such as Rwanda, Kenya, Tanzania not forgetting our very own Ugandan recipes that have been a classy food for the soul.
The East African Meat Carnival is growing increasingly popular as a family dy out and also provides an opportunity for friends to hook up for a timeout as they chill the weekend out in a coll outdoor setting with lots of board games like ‘Matatu’ and brick game to available to spice things up.
Just like in previous episodes, last weekend’s edition of carnival provided the carnival party animals to also enjoy the sounds of East African music and memorable Ugandan beats that had many singing along in tune as others lounged about for the ultimate weekend plan laid out on the outdoor green setting.
“Today was a lot of fun for many who attended the carnival. Tusker Lite continues to own the night during these monthly fun-outdoor occasions, it’s always an amazing experience each time,” said Cathy Twesigye, UBL Brand Manager, Premium Beers.
Revelers were spotted savoring their favourite ‘meaty’ delicacies cooked in many different scrumptious styles and fashions, which left many licking their fingers in satisfaction and others wishing for a second helping of the dishes served as the Tusker Lite continued flowing freely deep into the night. We captured some of the best moments through the lenses;