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  • Saturday Cuisine – Jollof Rice

    So Jamie Oliver hit a few nerves with his jollof rice concept. I don’t know about jollof rice being a concept more than a recipe, but I do know that people around the country, and even the continent, relish the dish; a Nigerian party is not complete without jollof rice. There are...

  • Cuisine – Garlic Bread

    Garlic bread is great as a starter, or as a side. A great breakfast alternative to plain...

  • Cuisine – Macaroni and Cheese

    This is a tricky, but very tasty meal if you get it right. Macaroni and cheese (mac and cheese for short) is a favourite of children all around the world; but most especially in America. However, the majority of people who consume this, do so out of a microwaved packet. It’s better...

  • Food For The Asthmatic

    Asthma is a health condition a lot of people overlook. People living with asthma may not be seen as chronically ill, but also need care because if not properly taken care off; asthma could lead to death. I’m not a medical personnel, but from the reading I’ve done, and being around asthmatics;...

  • Saturday Cuisine – Apple Crumble.

    Today we’re gonna move to the dessert menu. I know Nigerians don’t really do dessert; but I have a really great treat for us today, the sweet fruity goodness known as Apple Crumble. It’s basically a dish of baked apples topped with a crisp crust. The topping is usually made of oats,...

  • Saturday Cuisine – Chakalaka

    Today, we’ll take a look at a traditional African dish. I was watching a documentary about Africa and right next to jollof rice and dodo, the dish that caught my eye was Chakalaka. Loved not only for it’s musical name, Chakalaka is a South African spicy staple made primarily of vegetables and...

  • Saturday Cuisine – Chilli Con Carne

    This is a late post today, and I apologise for that; I’ve been juggling all sorts of activities and I’m thankful that I can still keep my eyes open as I write. Today I want to introduce you to a dish I came across almost by accident. Once upon a time, when...

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