Last Tuesday we gathered the Recipe for Theatre (R.F.T.) folks and had our last gathering to say goodbyes for the break (and for some a bit longer). And in true RFT fashion we went out with a bang with not one, not two, but three unique foods to eat. At the moment I have only two recipes for you and you’ll have to fantasize about the third, but I’ll be posting it soon when my mother and I document the master piece that is kiribath and sambol. But the other two recipes will do more than keep you satisfied since they were equally fantastic. The first: quinoa salad. I don’t think I’ve had quinoa before (if I had it was via Yo at Jumblies) but I can’t quite get over that it tastes great and it’s REALLY good for you! I’m definitely going to be using this recipe again. And though I’m not normally too fond of sweet dishes the champorado tasted quite good and a few of us said it had a cool cereal feel to it. After dinner we all had some time to reflect on our time together this year and say our farewells. I have to say personally my time at the RFT workshops has been some of the most interesting, fun and welcoming experiences I’ve ever had and I wanted to take this time to thank all of you who; The RFT workshops, the Community Arts Guild, Jumblies Theatre and all the wonderful people who made our time together possible Till next time!
P.S. If you have time definitely drop in on the Like an Old Tale installation on until the end of this week at Cedar Ridge!
By Gehan Kolamba Tantrege