The men were in the back yard grilling the goat meat.
The women were in the kitchen fixing rice and g-nut sauce.
And this was the final meal...with soda, too.
G-nut sauce is good on rice, posho (corn meal mush, extra thick), matoke (cooking bananas fixed like dry mashed potatoes) and Irish potatoes. This rice that you see is very good by itself cooked with burnt onions and mixed spices, but so many of us love g-nut sauce that we voted to fix it! By the way, g-nut stands for ground nut which is a type of peanut.
Many people have asked how the 7/11 bombings have affected us. We are about 2 1/2 hours away from Kampala, so we are still able to conduct our ministries and business as usual where we are. However, the bombings did damage the internet hub in Kampala, so our internet is very unstable. Please remember to pray for those who lost loved ones in the bombings that they will seriously think about their own short life on this earth and their eternity after death.