Tuesday, August 20, 2019

Food Items for Healthy Lunch - Make Your Colleagues Jealous with these Mouth-watering Meals.

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While working in an office for years, my excitement for lunch was almost over. The reason behind that is my company canteen never changes their lunch menu. I've had the same lunch (rice and chicken) for almost 1 year. Then the major problem started, when you eat heavy dishes like this, you end up feeling sleepy during the working hours. So I decided that this was the last time I'd ever eat in my office canteen.

Wednesday, July 3, 2019

Sweet Tea Brisket Recipe

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Ah the summer. Nothing beats the smell of a freshly cut lawn, the feel of the sun on your skin and to top it all off, that kind of dozy feeling you get after filling your belly with a what was probably one too many cuts of sweet tea brisket washed down with a glass of your favorite red wine.


Tuesday, January 23, 2018

Best Pizza Options for Every Occassion

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Whether it is a thin-crust vegetable treat, deep-dish full of meat or a plain cheese treat, there is something special about pizza that creates its distinct delicious taste. There are a lot of factors that range from dough to toppings to sauce and cheese that go into making the perfect pizza. These are some of the attributes that make every bite magical.

Sunday, November 19, 2017

Simple Yet Delicious Dinner Ideas For Kids

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Don’t you just hate it when your kids don’t eat the foods you serve? Perhaps they don’t like to eat what we grownups eat. Perhaps they just wanted to have “kid-friendly” food choices. Regardless, it is important to ensure our kids get the nutrition needed to help them grow strong. Food choices are always a problem, especially for those kids who have a sensitive taste. When it’s dinner time, make sure to prepare these foods that they will love, without sacrificing the nutritional values.

Monday, October 30, 2017

5 Delicious Meals You Can Prepare with Homegrown Vegetables

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Having a garden is good for many reasons beyond its aesthetic value. For one, it provides a cool place for you to relax. Second, plants and trees prevent soil erosion while naturally taking in rainwater. Still, perhaps one of the best things about having your own garden is the fact that you can have the freshest vegetables for your next meal. Here, we’ll look at tasty recipes that make great use of your homegrown vegetables.

Thursday, October 5, 2017

How to make Homemade Curry Mutton

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Curry made dishes taste better than ordinary ones. They leave your taste buds asking for more and the spices added to them are nutritious. To make it easier to make such dishes, we present a few principles that you need to consider before making your curries. We also give you a simple recipe on how to make a homemade curry sauce and finally we present our homemade curry chicken recipe.

Tuesday, May 26, 2015

Snack Hack – How To Make Homemade Protein Bars

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Healthy snack bars are all the rage these days. Young and old consume them because they provide a good boost of energy and other dietary essentials very easily. Likewise, people love them because you just pop them in your bag or slip them in your pocket and you have food that can actually sustain you for a long time.

Some say they get their recommended natural fibres from these snack bars as well; they can do without preparing elaborate meals with vegetables and other fibre-rich ingredients which are essential for regular elimination.

Wednesday, April 1, 2015

Recipe For Flat Akara With Beans Flour [#Pankara or #Moinmoinlette]

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Idea from #moinmoinlette @dooneyskitchen or Pankara by +9jafoodie. I've been following both food bloggers above on social media and their adventures in the kitchen keep reminding me of my homec practicals days, yes I did home economics in secondary school, up to SS3. In my school I took the elective called Food and Nutrition in which I scored A1 in WAEC! LOL...

Anyways, with getting older and trying to keep down my weight and remain healthy, I hardly eat akara though it's something I used to love. So I liked the idea of getting an Akara taste without the deep fried oil. In this recipe, the finished texture and taste was between akara and moin-moin. It had depth so I covered it with foil to get the insides cooked through. I also added onions and tomatoes but no other vegs. See all ingredients and process below...

Friday, January 16, 2015

What Many Mums Look For In Dessert Recipes

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Many mums would agree that menu planning could at times be as complicated as rocket science. If they could squeeze it in the monthly budget, they would gladly hire a think tank to work through the different factors to be considered (individual preferences, sensitivities, cost, etc.) and come up with a menu that will work.

Such mums are not particularly demanding. They don’t require a menu so perfect that it would inspire publications for a feature story. They just want something that will sufficiently nourish the family without garnering complaints or wastage.

Monday, January 12, 2015

Jamie Oliver Makes Nigerian Suya - This Time He Brings Tinie Tempah On Board

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Jamie Oliver got a lot of flak when he made Nigerian style jollof rice as many bashed his recipe, some pointing out that he did not even add maggi which they say is an essential ingredient. This time, the London-based chef has learnt his lesson. He shared these photos on his Facebook page, writing;

‪#‎Recipeoftheday‬ is Nigerian Suya made on this weeks episode of ‪#‎Fridaynightfeast‬ with the lovely Tinie Tempah Eaten straight off the grill, these sizzling beef skewers are delicious. Given em a go!

Friday, October 31, 2014

#JollofGate - Showing Jamie Oliver Real Jollof Rice

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So #jollofgate is trending, because after weeks of a slow boil, west Africans are now simmering with anger that oyinbo whiteman britico Jamie Oliver dared to cook where he did not parboil. Pun aplenty, yeah? That how unserious I think this hashtag is.

Because is there really a "real jollof rice"? Below are some of what I've cooked and called jollof rice in my time.

Thursday, August 14, 2014

Creative Catering - How To Find The Perfect Menu For Your Wedding

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By Helen Wallis

If there’s one element of your wedding that your guests will remember it’s the food. Along with the location, décor style and music, the catering will define the event. Cuisine gives you the opportunity to really show off your creativity; and if successful, will leave an ever-lasting impression on your guests.

Contemporary couples are fortunate to have many creative catering options at their fingertips; gone are the days when wedding caterers only served standard “banquet hall” fare that was more or less the same for each reception.

Due to a proliferation of cookbooks, food blogs and network shows about food available 24 hours a day, today’s brides and grooms are more knowledgeable about food than those in generation past. Caterers have responded and couples should have no problem finding a caterer who thinks and cooks creatively and who can offer unique suggestions based on the couple’s preferences.

Below are a few categories to get you thinking about how to make your wedding food fun, different and delicious!