Selling street food has become a popular business as more and more people, especially the working class, look for ways to ease their lives. Other popular street fare includes fruit salad, boiled eggs, Farmer’s Choice smokies (they come with a helping of kachumbari), and nyama choma. Boiled eggs and smokies with a generous helping of kachumbari are a favourite, at least where I come from, and make a quick affordable snack. Though affordable and convenient, I feel that there should be regulation to prevent food poisoning due to poor sanitation and hygiene. As a precaution, ensure that the vendor is clean and presentable, the area free of dirty water, the food placed on a clean surface, and the area free of dust. If you are one of those people who only get to enjoy nyama choma in a bar or restaurant, why not prepare it at home this time round?