Food

6 Things Particular to Christmas in Nigeria

Christmas in Africa is usually festive, loud, and colorful. It is a very intense period, especially when the mood is activated. It’s also essential to note that Christmas in...

11 Christmas Day Delicacies

Tis’ the season to be jolly! I’m no magician, but there’s no denying that one reason everyone gets excited about this time of the year is the variety of food...

DRINK OF THE WEEK: Kunun Zaki

Growing up in the North (Jos, Plateau state), one of the best memories I’ve had is enjoying their delicacies – food and drink. Kunun Zaki was one (But I’m not a...

Food of the week: Plantain Frittata

Hi there foodies, Trust your day went well. Plantain frittata is our top choice for the week. Reasons for the choice: 1, Plantains are highly nutritious and rich in magnesium....

How to prepare yummy Oha/Ora soup

Ndi Igbo……Umunnem n Umunnam,  ndewo nu oh. Oha soup is a delicious and tasty soup which can be made with palm fruits extract (Akwu or Banga) and eaten with any...

Spice up your holiday with Nigerian coconut rice

Public holidays are rest days. Times to relax, to hang out with friends and to try new things. This includes trying new dishes. Although it looks a lot like the Nigerian Jollof...

5 REASONS WHY NIGERIAN FOOD IS BAE

Some people eat food just because they need to survive but a real foodie has an emotional attachment to food that is unbreakable. The relationship between a real foodie and food...