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  • 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...

  • Life Tips – Explore The World of Tea III

    Hello folks. It’s another week, and any good week must be started with tea :). We’ve been on this for 2 weeks now and it’s only right that after talking about the various uses and benefits it tea, I also tell you how to make a nice cup of tea. Just like...

  • Saturday Cuisine – Peanut butter and Banana Sandwich

    Hello there. It’s another for delicious food from around the world. I hope you enjoyed last week’s Lasagne. This week, I’ll take you to America, precisely to Graceland; the home of the King where this fantastic sandwich originated (I think). This is a great way to use peanut butter, and if you...

  • Life Tips – Explore The World of Tea II

    This week we continue, from where we dropped off last week. We started talking about tea, and we looked at the health benefits. Today we’ll go further on the topic of tea. The wonderful thing about tea is that you don’t have to drink it to utilize it (though I strongly recommend...

  • Saturday Cusine – Lasagne

    Happy Saturday folks! I hope the weekend is treating everyone well, and for those of you who still have to keep working, the Lord is your strength, Amen somebody? I don’t know what you have planned for dinner today (or tomorrow), but personally, I dislike going round and round in a rice,...

  • Saturday Cuisine – Grilled chicken.

    Hello folks. I hope you are all having a good weekend. Today we’ll be talking food, precisely chicken. Chicken can be cooked in very different ways; it can be boiled, fried, roasted or grilled. It may even be cooked by a combination of methods. We Nigerians are great chicken consumers; it’s only...

  • FRUITS THAT KEEPS YOU YOUNG

    Looking young is the foremost priority of most people these days. Not just women, even men are wary of ageing. Instead of using the number of anti-ageing creams that have flooded the markets, one can go the natural way and opt for fruits and vegetables to help fight all age-related problems. Here...

  • EATING SUYA WITH ONION, CABBAGE REDUCES CANCER RISK

    REGULAR consumers of grilled and  barbecued beef and chicken popularly called  suya, have been advised to always...

  • HEALTHY SNACKS

    Dark chocolate has very low sugar content and sometimes a little piece here and there is not necessarily a bad thing. I’d take it any day over a chocolate biscuit. Junk food is a weakness that all of us battle with; whether it’s a wintery afternoon or a rainy evening, these unhealthy urges...

  • SEVEN DANGEROUS ACTS YOU HAVE TO DESIST FROM AFTER A MEAL

      1. Don’t smoke —- Experiments from experts proves that smoking a cigarette after meal is comparable to smoking...

  • The Health Benefits Of Bananas

    Aids Weight Loss One banana has 11% of the RDA of dietary fibre and only about 108 calories. This means it’s a healthy addition to the diet of people trying to lose weight. The fibre in bananas not only keeps digestion regular, but also helps maintain low blood sugar and curbs overeating....

  • Foods that are great for the skin

    It doesn’t take much more than common sense to realise that what you put into your body...