Sadza and bug hunting

The lovely Heidi, a faithful TOLC devotee originally from Zimbabwe, made us traditional cornmeal sadza today over the fire at Tetsworth, a staple food in her native country – in this picture the maize is being ground into flour in the traditional way:

She made a delicious peanut relish and tomato relish to have with it. Much enjoyed by all, a great conversation starter for the adults and a lovely way to bring us all together for the eating. Thank you Heidi!

We also used our new bug boxes and identification sheets and found some great mini beasts including a centipede and a parasitic wasp.


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