Shammah’s Recipe : Stir Fried Rice

I nearly argued with the person who informed me that the price of tomatoes had quadrupled. See, I live in Jos and Jos is painted as the hubbub of cheap food. Tomato Jos and Potatoes. This is true, especially when the crop to be purchased is in season. Trucks laden with root vegetables leave the […]

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Breakfast Recipe For Potato Chips Omelette.

Potato chip omelette is a last minute twist to a breakfast classic. Crisp potato chips add crunch and flavor to your everyday omelette for delicious layers of delight. Potato chips omelette is definitely a great choice to spice up your otherwise boring breakfast menu.                Ingredients 2 strips bacon, […]

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My Recipe For Plantains Sauce

Cooking is creativity. Often you have to switch things up, try something different. The normal routine can get boring. I rarely cook but when I do, I try to experiment with food. So, I tried out a new recipe recently for white rice and stew. You would need: Ripe plantains Smoked fish Stock fish Onions […]

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“Spicing Up” Sunday Lunch

I always do things I am not supposed to do. Like tossing my bra around the house immediately I get home, relieved of releasing my boobs from its cage. I should never use my smartphone in church but I do anyway. Updating my facebook status, replying to comments or messages in my Dms or emails. […]

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You Don’t Have To Eat Rice This Christmas Again

What I love most about Christmas day at home is the Christmas lunch Mom cooks. Mom would always make white rice and chicken stew, sometimes jollof rice speckled with bits of carrots, onion rings, green beans and vegetables, with perfectly creamy salad and chicken fried to a deep crisp brown, something most Nigerians wouldn’t eat […]

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TRY OUT THIS NEW EGG RECIPE|FRIED OSTRICH EGGS

Mom fried eggs for breakfast on Sundays. Fried or scrambled eggs flecked with bits of tomatoes, onions, pepper and vegetables. The sweet aroma would waft around the house and I always hovered by Mom, offering to help her cut the onions or tomatoes, just to sneak bits of the egg into my mouth. Just like […]

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WE SHOULD ALL BE ABACHA LOVERS

On most evenings, just as the tired sun drifts back into the blue gray skies, the way someone would slowly falls asleep. You will see them, women with deep trays or enamel basins balanced on their heads around streets corners or market entrances, selling the yellowish- cooked sliced cassava popularly known in the East as […]

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CORN And UBE IS BAE

Corn and Ube is bae. Golden like the sun, the yellow goodness bursting out, It’s natural sweet aroma fills you up, before you even get to have a taste. It’s like a best friend on rainy evenings, when you sit outside alone on the verandah, sniffing the fresh breath of the breeze.Corn and ube go […]

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