Coconut Chicken and Asparagus

Today we have a guest post from Kauna Kitchen on Coconut Chicken and Asparagus. Asparagus is not a vegetable that is very prominent in the Nigerian menu so if you are looking for a new vegetable to include in your meal plan, check out this recipe. Recipe for Coconut Chicken and Asparagus INGREDIENTS 4 chicken

Owo Soup

Last Year I reached out to one of my followers on Instagram because I saw her post about making Owo soup. There were comments that testified to the goodness of her Owo soup so I decided to ask her for a recipe and one year later here we are. She sent in her recipe and

Gluten Free Plantain Pancakes With Sausage Scrambled Eggs

I absolutely love connecting with food bloggers and even just people on my Instagram that throw down. Once you cook and add twists to your meals, I promise i’d be lurking. One of the accounts I lurked was Kezia Eniang’s account. I reached out to her and she was kind enough to share one of

Moin Moin Crepes and Akamu Milkshake

Sometime in the last few months, I was trolling on Instagram and I discovered an account that I immediately fell in love with. That rarely happens by the way. I immediately followed the account and I have been a huge fan ever since. This amazing account is @dubaifitfoodie. Her pictures are top notch and she

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Guest Post: Sora Tulip – Fruit Carving Lessons Nigeria

Fruit and Vegetable Carving Classes are not available in Nigeria but Sora Tulip is bringing it home to Nigeria! There is only one fruit and vegetable carving academy in Africa. On the average, to register for carving classes in Europe or Asia where it is mostly common. One level/module costs $650-$700. This amount excludes Visa

Guest Post: Chocolate Vegan Cake by Anaya

One very beautiful evening last week, My favorite toddler’s mum sent me a few pictures of Anaya baking. The picture warmed my heart because i absolutely adore this kid and to know she likes to bake/cook just made me love her even more. My darling Anaya is one of those kids that you spend five

Chef of the Week: Labelle Afrilight – Pound Cake Recipe (Nigerian Cake)

A few days ago, Some of our Afrolems fans requested a recipe for Nigerian Cake. You know the one that most shops and bakeries had but never told you the real name of the cake. Well, I am here to let you know that it’s called Pound cake but everybody adjusts their pound cake recipes

Guest Post: Foods that Aid in Diabetes Prevention

Our Friends at sent us this very useful article. Please pass it around if this is information you know would help someone. Thanks Tammy for the article. Healthy eating is essential when it comes to the management and prevention of diabetes. Some substitutions and alternatives will help you to keep diabetes at bay and