After recovering from our soccer game the group was on their way to go hang out at the farm till lunch time. Everyone but the micronutrient team that is.. We had our own special plans. Ebrohimo had arranged for our team to go and eat a "real" Mozambican meal in the village. So the 6 of us girls went with Ebrohimo and drove about 45 minutes out to a village we had been at before when we were interviewing. We pulled up the house and to my surprise I saw a man leaving on his bike wearing an Arkansas T-shirt I had given away during my time here in Africa. It was really cool to see immediately people taking use of the things we are giving them. So we walked in to the house and they had a bamboo mat laid out with their nicest plates and goblets and chair for us to use. The mom and dad came and introduced themselves to each of us greeting us worth the biggest smiles and cheek kisses. Then the grandmother came around with a bowl and cleaned all of our hand for us, it was so sweet. So the meal we were prepared was called Chima which is a combination of maize flour and water in a dumpling shape served with a vegetable sauce on the side. We found out the sauce goes on the side after we poured it over our chima and they started laughing at us. We enjoyed a nice lunch with the family and then got to take a look of their house. Surprsingly they had one of the "nicer" homes in Mozambique. They had cement floors, electricity, cell phones, and a motorbike. They were the nicest family and we really enjoyed our time with them. It was such a special experience that we will probably never get to do again in our entire lives and we were very thankful for the opportunity.