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    Coffee Tigernut Milk

    Coffee tigernut milk is not a combination that is new to many foodies. Some people have been making this combination for a very long time. I had a drink recently that combined both and I was intrigued at this mix. It still had a strong coffee flavour but the tigernut flavour came through. Tigernut milk

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    Garlic and Cheese Noodles

    Garlic and cheese noodles is quite an interesting combination depending on the type of cheese you use. For me the concept of this meal is reminiscent of mac and cheese. All that is missing is cut up hot dogs as the protein for this meal but with this you can participate in the meatless Monday movement. There

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    Agege French Toast Roll Up

    Agege French Toast was originally on my menu the day I made this breakfast dish. I then did not feel like having a sweet dish for breakfast so I decided to go savoury. I had some sausages in the fridge and decided to make Agege French Toast Roll ups with a pigs in a blanket

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    Asun Sandwich

    Asun sandwich is a recipe that has been on my mind for a long time. What inspired this recipe was my visit to one of my favourite spots in Toronto called Banh Mi Boys. They had the best sandwiches and I always wondered made it so nice. I finally came to the realisation that it

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    Waakye

    By now if you are West African, you would have heard the “mad over you” song. In this song, the artist Runtown describes a Ghanian girl that wants to marry him. He also says he hopes she can cook waakye. I was listening to the song and then it occurred to me that I had not

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    Nigerian Barbecue Fish Recipe

    What really is Nigerian Barbecue fish? I mean what differentiates it from global recipes? The spice level? Or is it the fact that it is roasted to death on open fire too long? I think the differentiating factor I see sometimes is the addition of tatashe which is a different type of red bell pepper

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    Shakara Yamarita

    Shakara Yamarita was as a result of serious cravings I had for yam, egg and smoked beef. I decided to indulge myself for breakfast yesterday before work. I know, I know, who makes such decadent breakfast before work? Well in my defense, I had chopped all the vegetables and smoked beef the night before. The

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    Kantun Ridi

    Kantun Ridi is the hausa name for sesame seed candy also known as beniseed candy.  Up until a few years ago, I never even knew sesame seeds were a huge part of our cuisine in Nigeria. Being a food blogger, you get to discover all kinds of interesting things from conversations with friends. I had

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    Agbalumo Cocktail

    I had a few names for this Agbalumo cocktail I created a few days ago. Some of the proposed names were agbalumo sour, agbalumo sling, udaratini, lumotini, amongst some others. I think I will save the name for a later date when I have to serve it to my followers in person. I have to say

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