Immy’s African Delicacies meals trailer serves foodstuff from homeland

Kristine M. Kierzek

Immy Kaggwa talks with Pedro Tejada, who helped customize the food trailer for Immy's African Cuisine.

When Immy Kaggwa started off cooking for many others, she understood that not anyone would be acquainted with the African dishes of her childhood. 

Again in 2008, Kaggwa experienced 3 small youngsters and started Immy’s African Cuisine. She started out out catering, then shared her East African cooking at festivals and functions in southeastern Wisconsin. 

People would scent her cooking and start off asking queries, then sample the chapati, bajia, fufu, egusi, hen curry and sambusas. 

She’s realized to enjoy that interaction and now feeds off the pleasure many others get when eating her cooking.

She offered takeout for a while, but moved on this year, when she bought her very first food items trailer and tailored it with enable from her neighbor at the Shorewood Farmers Market, Pedro Tejada, who runs  Pedro’s South American Food.  

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