Warm creamy hearty bowl of soup. A great starter soup. Suitable for any time the day. Dazzle with this super easy to make bowl of soup. I enjoy having it with fresh bread rolls. I woke up pretty early today to get Panipopo bread going. I had left the dough in the fridge over night… Continue reading Cream of Prawn Soup
A simple homemade alcoholic recipe for Mango lovers Recipe Ingredients 3 medium sized Mangoes 750ml Dry Gin or Vodka Procedure Wash and clean your mangoes. Chop it up into sizes that fit into a bottle. I usually chop with skins for more flavour. Use a clean sterile glass bottle. Put the chopped mangoes in the… Continue reading Mango Liqueur
"Her husband is here", i heard a nurse say in my drug induced haze. I had wanted to pee, so i had staggered slowly into the bathroom. I didn't think i needed help, so i didn't call for a nurse. I had overestimated my balance, so as i was walking back to my bed in… Continue reading Eat, Love, Pray, Choose Joy: God got me covered.
To commemorate this celebration I made a simply smoothie with Avocado, Rice Cereal, Milk and 1 tsp of lemon juice. Sweetened with Truvia. Both the Green and Creamy coloured part are Avocados. I used only the fleshy yellow part the avocado for the middle and for the Green I peeled it with the vibrant green… Continue reading Happy Independence Day Nigeria
This year I started my backyard garden after procrastinating for over two years. As a little girl I really enjoyed gardening. My maternal grandmother had a small garden outside her house in Molete for sometime and the highlight of my visit was helping to weed the garden. My parents also had a small garden behind… Continue reading Garden to Table
Filing this under food therapies. I've called this soup Ofe Assorted because that is what it is, I've used the basic principle for cooking soups like Oha, Onugbu, Ofe owerri to make this soup, using 3 of my favourite vegetables together. I have also resisted the temptation of calling this soup Ofe Owerri as I… Continue reading Ofe Assorted! (An Exotic Soup)
This recipe is courtesy of an amazing lady i met on facebook, Ngozi Ogwuegbu Nnopuechi. She made the "awesomest" Ugba Salad for a hangout some time back and she was kind enough to share her recipe with me when i asked her. This is a shout out to her. I sent her a picture of… Continue reading Ugba Salad
I'm so excited about today. Thanks to Facebook memories I was reminded the the blog officially launched a year ago today. I'm so happy that in a space of a year I was able to chronicle my food therapies and share them with you all. Thanks for following me on this journey. Recently I've not… Continue reading HAPPY ANNIVERSARY !!!!!
On the last day of our vacation in August, we arrived Virginia very early in the morning very tired - after an exciting week in Florida- and very hungry too. Le hubs cousin -who had been longing to host us- treated us to a breakfast buffet at a nice Indian restaurant. The food was really… Continue reading Rice Pudding
Eebolo is a seasonal vegetable, it comes out with new yams. It has a strong aroma hence the popular yoruba saying "Ko si bi a se le se eebolo ti koni run igbe! " meaning "No matter how much you cook eebolo it would still smell earthy." Some people pronounce it as "Bolo" Picture below.… Continue reading Eebolo a fragrant vegetable.