How To Use A Food Trolley Gift Card

A gift card is a prepaid payment card that contains a specific amount of money available for use on a variety of electronic payment purchases. That said, gift cards are a super convenient way to show someone that you care. They are great gift ideas for loved ones and well,Read More…

10 Reasons To Shop With Food Trolley

We all know food is as vital as the air we breathe. Even more important is how we get these food items to eat. Fortunately, the days are long gone when you have to endure or go through several stress while shopping for food items especially if you stay inRead More…

How To Prepare Ofada Sauce

Ofada stew also known as Ayamase or designer stew is a well known delicacy in Nigeria. It is usually eaten with Ofada rice. One of the things that make the stew special is the several pieces of assorted meats swimming inside. As a result, I hold Ofada stew in highRead More…

How To Prepare Ogbonno Soup

  Ogbonno soup is made from African Bush Mango seeds. The seeds are dried and milled most times with crayfish. Ogbonno seeds are very nutritious. They are a good source of calcium, potassium, iron and fibre; this makes the soup ideal for diabetics. Sincerely, I used to detest Ogbonno becauseRead More…

How To Prepare Efo Riro

One thing I love about Efo riro is its versatility. You can eat it with any swallow of your choice including rice. My cousin even eats hers with bread. Efo riro meaning “stirred vegetables” is a popular soup in Nigeria. This highly nutritious soup is made with spinach, green amaranthRead More…

How To Prepare Moimoi

Moimoi is loved by many in Nigeria. A cousin of mine once said that Moimoi is like MTN; it’s everywhere you go. I kind of agree because it’s not only a popular street food, it’s also a party favourite usually served with good old Jollof rice. Also known as beanRead More…

Afang Soup

Afang Soup

Today, we take a trip to the South-South region of Nigeria to relish the great taste of Afang soup. Afang, though native to the Efiks of Nigeria has become a delight for many. The leaves used in making Afang soup include wild spinach (Okazi) and water leaves. Okazi leaves are hotRead More…

How To Make The Perfect Akara

How To Make The Perfect Akara

Mama Bomboy owns the popular Akara stand on my street. She makes this fluffy, yummy, melt in your mouth bean cakes that keep you going back for more. I’ve eaten her Akara for years but that’s about to end because I’m moving house. The good thing however is she sharedRead More…

7 Questions with Sisi Yemmie

7 Questions with Sisi Yemmie

I love when I get the outcome I expect. I would not say Cooking is my hobby, but I like to eat really good food, so cooking is inevitable because I cannot depend on someone else to provide good food for me always. So, what I love most about cookingRead More…