Sunday, 19 June 2016


So, as I typed the Post-heading, auto-correct changed my "jollof" to "jolly"...can you imagine?? I wonder why there's no jollof rice in the dictionary yet. Jollof Rice as we all know is our "vintage dish" our very own "signature dish" at every event. I once saw a quote that goes thus; "A party without jollof rice is a meeting" and yes, it's absolutely true. Funny how this is my first jollof rice recipe on the blog, it's probably because I believe most people know how to prepare jollof rice.

Tuesday, 14 June 2016


Sometimes last year, I posted a recipe on egg fried rice, but as we all know and expect, the only thing that is constant is CHANGE. There's a need to always upgrade/improve ourselves, health-wise, spiritually, social-wise, basically Life in general. So that's why this new recipe is here. I would say...the Need for Change inspired this post, and I'm beyond glad to have improved in my culinary skills.

This dish is best enjoyed with the family, you know, late lunch/dinner time, everyone smiling and

Monday, 13 June 2016


Wondering what language Ipekere is? Well, it's Yoruba and that's what we call Plantain chips. And just because I'm impartial, I took some time out to check the Igbo and Hausa meanings as well, you know, since we basically have three major tribes in Nigeria. Here goes:

Thursday, 2 June 2016


So today, I have a 'giz-kpomo success story' ...hehehe... Please Read...
Weeks back, my very special Giz-kpomo stew/sauce made me proud on Instagram, @thefoodnetworknig reposted the meal from my page and to my surprise, the 'likes' turn-up was massive, i mean, having over a thousand likes on a food picture, that was a first for me,