A ‘Kenyan Christmas ThrowDown’ With Miss Mandi

Article by Maureen Kasuku
Posted: December 20, 2019

Kenyan creative digital storyteller, media personality & ‘Throwdown Queen’ Miss Mandi is back with a new season of ‘Kenyan Christmas Throwdowns’ this December! The series will be packed with new delicious recipes, engaging content, extra hacks plus tips to elevate classic festive dishes by giving them the #MissMandiThrowdown twist.

Episode 1 on YouTube here: 

Speaking about the new season, she says, “Christmas is one of my favourite seasons because it brings about all these memories that I have had of Christmas when growing up in Kaloleni. We would always help with the prep the night before. That’s why I look forward to always enhancing the classic Christmas meals with that extra oomph during the Kenyan Chrismas Throwdowns.” Adding, “I want you to make sure that you do not miss a beat of season 2 by making sure you subscribe to my channel on YouTube. I am about to bring it!”

In line with her mission to make clean and healthy eating both affordable and delicious, she recently released her first Ebook cookbook “Fuel Your Body Goals” that is a beginners’ guide to clean eating. In addition, she has diversified her brand to start offering merchandise under her ‘MMTD Merch’ brand for aprons and T-Shirts. She is also set to release a new Ebook which is an essential guide to the basic spices to stock your pantry with that will give you bold flavours while helping your cooking building blocks.

Purchase Ebook and merchandise here

Miss Mandi has been at the limelight of re-imagining Kenyan cuisine since launching her YouTube Channel in 2016. She partnered with Lamu County for the Lamu Cultural Festival to produce a YouTube series called “Discover Lamu” where she showcased the local Swahili delicacies and traditional cooking techniques. This inspired her to start this series where she presents Kenyan dishes, but with a modern twist that elevates them by infusing different flavours and inspiration from cooking techniques from other cultures, she has experienced through her travels. In 2018, she produced the first season of ‘Kenyan Christmas’ which included recipes for some family favourites such as traditional Swahili pilau, mbuzi fry, mshikaki and kuku stew.

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