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Omnomlagos Featured in Forbes!

Hi guys, I’ve got some awesome news to share…

Omnomlagos is featured in the August – September 2014 issue of Forbes Woman Africa!!!!

They wanted to do a feature on food, and asked me to come up with a three course West African inspired menu for them. 92 more words


African Food Adventure

‘Martha Stewart’ has been curious to try African cuisine for an eternity and a day. But I’ve procrastinated until now as…I was just not that keen. 482 more words


Dooney’s fish stew for Aussie beginners, or, adventures in Nigerian cuisine

“WigBoy’s overseas, now would be a good time to cook that African fish curry recipe you shared on Facebook”, my workmate Cub said on Tuesday. 2,046 more words


So very Footscray

Cafe D’Afrique, 137 Nicholson Street, Footscray. Phone: 9689 9411

Consider The Sauce was once a regular – a few years back – at Cafe D’Afrique. 381 more words


Lingala Lesson: Dialogue at a restaurant

Lingala Lesson: Dialogue at a restaurant

Welcome to Lingala Institute
This Lingala Lesson is about

Dialogue at a restaurant.

A) Bonjour. Oko mela nini?
(Hello. What would you like to drink?) 231 more words


Amagara Cafe Bistro: B for "All You Can Eat Buffet"

At Amagara Cafe Bistro, we delight in seeing our customers leaving with happy and satisfied smiles on their faces, that is why we strive to give you the best food you can ever taste in the city at any time of the day. 435 more words


Africa Live Festival @ The Elephant and The Nun 2014

This weekend sees the return of the Elephant & Nun, a quirky arts festival in Southwark involving local artists and the community. A host of different areas will be taking over Burgess Park in Camberwell, south London, including the Global Local Stage, The Village Hall Experience, The Aylesbury Live, Plug In To Perform, Kinetika Bloco parade, Rumble in the Jumble, Irvin’s Funfair and Burgess BMX. 144 more words