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    french toast sticks dessers

    Cinnamon French Toast Sticks

    I woke up very early with a very strong craving for cinnamon french toast sticks. Yes, very specific I know but one has to give into cravings every once in a while. By the way I am also craving amala and ewedu properly done from an authentic buka. Who wants to bring me some? I

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    crispy baked scent leaf and lemon tilapia

    Crispy Baked Scent Leaf and Lemon Tilapia

    Thanks to cooking school, I decided to step out of my comfort zone and work with whole fish…something I’m not very fond of doing. However to my surprise, this crispy baked scent leaf and lemon tilapia dish came out better than I expected.I enjoyed it so much that I made it again and it was

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    Sweet potato pottage

    Sweet Potato Pottage

    Last week, my sister messaged me that she just came up with a recipe that has never been thought off. I asked what it was and she said Sweet Potato Pottage. I laughed so much at the cuteness of her naivety. I quickly schooled her on how this was no surprise to the food ecosystem

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    kanyan recipe liberian snack

    Kanyan Recipe – Liberian Snack

    I was scrolling through Instagram this week and i came across an account I was following called MyPepperPot. She was sorting through roasted peanuts and said she was about to make kanyan that was a Liberian snack. I got curious and asked for the kanyan recipe and before she could even reply, I had googled

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    coconut fish pepper soup

    Coconut Fish Pepper soup and Plantain

    Coconut Fish Pepper soup with Plantain If ever I were stuck on an island, I think this would be my go-to meal. I am not certain how I would get the spices to flavor the dish but it would definitely be my first meal. Why add coconut milk to my pepper soup you ask? I

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    health benefits of tomatoes

    4 Health benefits of Tomatoes

    The Nigerian Cuisine is heavily reliant on tomatoes but a lot of people may not know the benefits of consuming these tomatoes. On our menu, we have items like stews, soups, sauces, salads,  jollof rice and other rice dishes that require tomatoes but if you ask the average person for the health benefits of Tomatoes,

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    savory nigerian crepes and sausage

    Savory Crepes

    I was at my friend’s house this weekend and I woke up dreaming of pancakes. We went to the kitchen to look for ingredients and it turned out that she didn’t have baking powder I needed to make the American style pancakes I was craving so I settled for Savory crepes instead. When people think of

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    meatballs and plantain

    Meatballs and Plantain in Yoghurt Sauce

    Growing up, my mum was always the experimental chef and taster in the house. She was always willing to try new dishes and had tons of cookbooks for inspiration. When I ate my lunch in elementary school, I always got the awkward stares at my meal. Yoghurt sauce was one of them. I did not

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