Easy leg of roast lamb , this lamb was marinated with the most basic of spices in my kitchen but the end result was yummy, so yummy that all plates were empty. Sunday meal in my household varies depending on my mood and what I have planned before hand. This […]
Asun is peppered smoked goat meat (skin on) that is usually served at barbeque party and it is fast becoming a popular street food in Nigeria too. Asun originated from Ondo state of Nigeria but it is now readily available everywhere in Nigeria. What is not to love about asun.
2015 has been a great year for me and I am eternally thankful to God and all of you my precious beautiful readers. I came across a post from Lindsay of pinch of yum some days back and that gave birth to this post. I have so many recipes on the blog but the truth is I rarely make most of them except on special occasions.
Are you already getting the Christmas jitters? Are you worried you won’t get the food done on time or that you probably won’t be able to do it all on your own. Well, that is why I’ve got your back! With my active kitchen, you are all covered.
Hello my lovely foodies, how have you been and hope you are getting ready for Christmas? Well I am, and since the beginning of the month, everyday has had a little preparation towards Christmas. Today’s post is going to be a quick one and I mean very quick.
I’m back with another chicken post, I’m very sorry my lovelies I am a sucker for chicken and I make it at least once a week besides my regular meals. I made some homemade suya spice the other day (Recipe coming soon) and I couldn’t believe how well it turned out. I was really proud of myself becoming a better spice-mixotologist..
I seriously can’t believe it took me almost twenty something years before I made my own tuwo shinkafa or rice tuwo/balls as fondly called. I have recently turned a nuisance but in a good way. Lol, if I’m meeting someone for the first time, ten minutes into our conversation I’m already talking about food or asking food related questions.
Ramadan Kareem! Hope the season has gone well so far? Just some few days left to go and I want to wish you all the best and may the strength of God continue to take you through. There is a saying from where I come from that goes ‘awe tan, oju ti aje’san’ (the fast is over, shame on those that were too lazy to take part in it). Well done my friends and don’t forget my Eid’ meat.
Wow I cant believe it is week 3 already. To those that have been able to observe the fast, well done to you and to those that haven’t for some medical reasons or other things, I pray you all receive the blessings that comes with the season.
Big thanks to everyone that contributed to last week’s post and those that sent me emails, thank you for your prayers and God bless you all. Like I promised, here is the continuation of the weekly menu series.