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    Coconut Lime Chicken Soup

    This Coconut Lime Chicken soup is a winner for nights when you want something light and especially if you’re looking to awaken your appetite. It’s one of my top 5 drinking soups to have because there is something about the way the coconut milk and lime juice blend to excite the tastebuds. I was a bit

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    corned beef cakes zambia

    Corned Beef Cakes

    Corned beef cakes are a Zambian favorite according to one of my friends. It could just be her household or perhaps it is common in other homes. Whatever the case is, these corned beef cakes are so delicious. I had a few of the cakes, went upstairs and by the time I came back the

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    yoghurt parfait recipe

    Yogurt Parfait Recipe

    I am not that fond of yogurts in general but the yogurt parfait is something I welcome as breakfast or dessert. This yogurt recipe idea catches my fancy because it incorporates ingredients that I love: fruits and nuts. It’s also very easy to make and is a quick and interesting breakfast option. You will love

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    scent leaf fried rice with shrimp

    Scent Leaf Fried Rice

    Scent leaf fried rice has been on my mind for a few months primarily because it reminds me of basil fried rice. One thing I miss about living outside Nigeria is authentic Asian food. Thai, Vietnamese, Korean food are some of my favorites. They are so full of flavor, I hope some people will open

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    nigerian minced meat stew

    Minced Meat Stew

    My former roommate used to make minced meat stew unfailingly every week. I mean I like minced meat stew but every week? I could not for the life of me understand her obsession with the stew. You can put chicken stew, fish stew, snail stew and even beef stew in front of her and she

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    nigerian peanut butter

    Nigerian Peanut Butter

    Ose Oji or Okwu Oji are all names of Nigerian peanut butter. What makes this peanut butter Nigerian? The spices used in the paste. If you do not like spicy food, I suggest you stay away from the Nigerian version of peanut butter. However, if you are a spice lover like me, welcome to the

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    17 Clever Tricks That Will Revolutionize Your Cooking Recipes

    I always look for clever tricks and tips to enhance my cooking recipes. I make sure I am working in the most efficient way possible in the kitchen. I was having a discussion with Paula Hughes of Chewtheworld.com and she mentioned that she had some tricks she uses. Of course at that point I told her to

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    obe ishapa and two tone eba

    Obe Ishapa Recipe

    This Obe Ishapa recipe is my way of apologizing for the break in transmission. A lot has been happening with work NYSC & other related activities that Afrolems has taken a hit in the past few weeks. I apologize. I am still trying to find my bearing blogging in Nigeria, after the traffic, hectic drive

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    designer puff puff daniel wellington

    Designer Puff Puff

    Designer puff puff is what I am calling this snack because I don’t know what else to call it. I can go with the cliche method and name the puff puff based on the ingredients I used to top it off or I can just stay with a more generic term so you can be

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