Wali na kuku and Food Shuttle

Courtney made Wali na Kuku for dinner tonight.  What is Wali na Kuku?  It is the other recipe I brought home with me from Tanzania.  “Wali” is rice and “kuku” is chicken.  For the most part, it is a rice, chicken, onion, and puree’d tomato soup.  Oh, and lots of salt!   It’s amazing.  Pics below.



Also, over the weekend, some of us Bridgers volunteered at the Inter-faith Food Shuttle that is located near the Farmer’s Market.  We didn’t know exactly what we would be doing, but we ended up dismantling and washing many of the racks they store food on.  It was glamourous work, but needed.  It was great to serve.  The best part is just being able to connect with those who volunteered and “do life together.”



Chris looks like he's dancing!

Chris looks like he's dancing!

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Mike Windley is Lead Pastor of The Bridge Community Church in Morrisville, NC.
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