Fare Magazine 09 Kampala


Kampala is Uganda’s lively capital, a city shaped by the traditions of the ancient Buganda kingdom, British imperialism, and the many new migrant groups that call it home. This influence is seen throughout Kampala, from resourceful and unique dishes such as luwombo—meat and vegetables steamed in banana leaves, originally made for Buganda royals— the flying grasshopper delicacy Nsenene, or the Rolex, an Indian-inspired street snack.

26 articles, interviews and essays, 92 full-colour photographs, 192 pages

170mm x 240 mm, lithographically printed on Arctic matt and Cyclus Offset stock; perfect bound

There is a high regard for food in Uganda, and some of the best fare is found in the city’s home kitchens, street food carts, and unassuming eateries like the kafunda, small grocery stores-turned-bars; and woteli, where Kampalan workers sit shoulder-to-shoulder for plates piled high with homestyle food.

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