Monday, July 31, 2017

Cooking Brings Hard Work and Obstacles

When you cook in a village with no electricity, it can be challenging.  When you need to cook, and it's for a whole school of 74 children, and 6 teachers, and anyone who comes to visit in the meantime, or a celebration, then that makes for an even bigger job!!  We have no ovens in our village of Musita.  The individual families meals even have its own challenges.

Our cookstove ready to cook supper.

Eating from our mini cook stoves at our home.This is the ONLY way we have to cook all outside.  
Our cook uses these extra large pots and wood for fires large 
enough to cook the meals for the school. 

Keeping food hot by wrapping it in these


When expecting company, the wonderful women in the village
are quick to be willing to help out and work together.

One of the village women hard at preparing
a large meal for guests we will have...elderly
widows and orphans.
Our wonderful cook serving the children.

Very large pots of beans, posho
and rice.

             The elderly and widows line up for dinner.             
A widow & sweet teen
girl from a near by village visiting
Aunt Kelly.

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