3 Coconut Recipes You’d Love

Many people refer to coconut as the wonder fruit. I couldn’t agree more because coconut has several uses and health benefits, it would be quite impossible to mention all. Apart from the fact that the coconut meat is delicious on its own, many coconut dishes, desserts, smoothies, snacks etc haveRead 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…

3 Recipes Your Kids Would Love

3 Recipes Your Kids Would Love

Thinking of that special treat to give your kids this children’s day? Why not try out some (or all) of these recipes. Fried rice: I love fried rice because of its unique taste and colour. I remember how much of a picky eater I was while growing up. White riceRead More…

Beans And Corn Porridge-Adalu

  I’m not really a huge fan of beans but when it comes to Adalu, it’s a different ball game. The taste of fresh corn with beans is simply indescribable which is why I usually look forward to this time of the year- the corn season. Adalu is beans andRead 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…