The thought of Anthony Bourdain in Lagos is every Nigerian foodies dream. I am not quite sure any of us really thought he would come this way anytime soon. Well I know for a fact I was not expecting it. Let me tell you how it all happened. I’m laying on my bed, lights off, about
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When my year started, being a headliner chef(I am not a chef) at a large food festival as the GTB Food and Drink Fair was not even remotely on my list of things to achieve. But you see the way God works, that festival has so far been the highlight of half of this year.
2015 was a great year for the Afrolems brand. We grew in our craft and grew in recognition as well. With winning recipes like the dodo gizzard dumplings and sadza and peanut soup, we entered realms we had not initially planned to explore. We also wrote articles for the Sunday Punch for a little while
First of all (go down low) ok just kidding. I would like to say a big thank you to everyone that made this event possible. The Afrolems Team is awesome and I appreciate every one of you. Mariam, Moji, Maks, Feyisope and Ayomide; You ladies are extremely awesome. Thanks to the exhibitors that came out
For those that do not know what Bole is, its roasted plantain and you would usually find women in Nigeria sitting by an open fire, roasting plantain and selling it with peanuts. This week, one of my favourite blogs 1Q Food Platter posted a similar recipe. I say favourite because I am biased. My mum