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Thanksgiving Dinner: Nigerian style

First, I’d like to wish you all an amazing holiday season, lots of laughter, happiness, and love!

In the spirit of thanksgiving, I’ve decided to share a Nigerian version of thanksgiving dinner– it’s inspired by my family dinner at the end of the year. 84 more words

Chicken light soup

Chicken light soup is Sunday’s delight. It is that soup that you can smell from afar and tell your friends you have to go home. 194 more words

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The Groundnut Cookbook | Review

I got my hands on this book about two months ago and I couldn’t wait to test the recipes. Admittedly I wanted to test them all, but then it would’ve taken me forever to give you guys a review. 113 more words

West African Food

Chips...Without The Fat.

Okay, I admit it. I love, love, love chips! Not french fries but chips! Not the packaged type….those are crisps….I love chips. The “British” type of chips, douzed in  malt vinegar and salt. 180 more words

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Indomie Egg stir fry

I am not a huge fan of indomie, but the few times I ate it, I realized I prefer it dry like the consistency of fried rice and not with all the sardine and bake beans people prepare it with. 234 more words

African Recipes


Bofrot is the angel of the morning,period!!! The long queues at the bofrot place each morning is a testimony. Ok so if you don’t bofrot,then here it goes! 271 more words


Baba Ghanoush, Muttabal, or Moutabal - Ramzan or Ramadan Special

As I continue to explore the vegetarian African/Middle-Eastern cuisine this holy month of Ramzan, one thing I am keeping an eye on is looking for recipes that don’t need a great deal of preparation or then can be made in advance. 352 more words