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Phil and Linda Byler, missionaries in Sudan
January 20, 2011 10:51 pm
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Matoke, cooked green bananas, is a staple food of many Ugandas. We see the large green bunches of bananas coming into Kampala city piled high on huge truck loads and then going out on the backs of bicycles. Some of the bunches of bananas are as large as the bicycles.

Matoke Inn is the name of our AIM guest house in Kampala. It is “a home away from home” for us while we are visiting Uganda, like now when we are awaiting the results of Sudan’s referendum. All of the people at the table are Sudan members except the older couple on the left.

At Matoke Inn we rarely eat Matoke. The Ugandan staff are excellent cooks of American cuisine.

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