Nigerian Okra Soup

Nigerian Okra Soup

Back then in school, okra soup was a life saver. This quick fix meal always came to the rescue after several hours of tiring boring lectures. Oops! Can’t believe I said that loud. LOL. What makes me love the soup so much is that it goes with most swallows. Furthermore,Read More…

Buttered Rice, Tomato Curry and Honey Glazed Chicken

Buttered Rice, Tomato Curry and Honey Glazed Chicken

One of the pleasures of Isa’s Kitchen is finding new ways to reconstruct default dishes and introducing new elements that would tease each taste bud into appreciating an old dish in a new way. Such was the joy of creating Buttered rice, Tomato Curry and Honey Glazed Chicken. This mealRead More…

INTRODUCING ISA’S KITCHEN/LEMON BUTTER SAUCE, FISH FILLET AND BAKED POTATOES

INTRODUCING ISA’S KITCHEN/LEMON BUTTER SAUCE, FISH FILLET AND BAKED POTATOES

When last did you create something different with fish? Do you always have to fry or boil your potatoes? The last episode of Isa’s Kitchen explored more to do with Fish and Potatoes. Isa’s Kitchen is a live cooking show, currently hosted on the stories platform of our Instagram pageRead More…

More ways to enjoy your tea! By Aanu Jide-Ojo

More ways to enjoy your tea! By Aanu Jide-Ojo

Tea for a lot of people represents hospitality, homeliness, care, a taste of history, and nostalgia. I am an avid tea lover, one of those that suggest tea as a remedy for everything! In my defense tea has a very active anti-oxidant with anti-inflammatory properties. Of course, my tea habitRead More…

5 Tips for a Healthy Eid by Ronke Edoho

5 Tips for a Healthy Eid by Ronke Edoho

Eid-al-Adha or Ileya as we fondly called it growing up was one of my absolute favorite holidays. As a child it was a time of excess. Excess food, excess gifts, excess love, excess everything.  No matter what part of the country family members were in, all roads lead to ourRead More…