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.
Spicy Ponmo. Yummm! Ponmo is a delicacy! I don't know what the government thought they were saying, sometime last year, they want to ban Ponmo! We should put this curly cow hide on a national emblem already.I know a lot of people agree that ponmo is the truth. It's said that Ponmo has no nutritional… Continue reading Ponmo (Pomo)Alata
Spread Time! For breakfast or as a dip 1. Peanut Butter 2. Orange/Blueberry Jam 3. Five Chillies Jam. RECIPES FIVE CHILLIES JAM • 5 Red Scotch Bonnet • 5 Yellow Scotch Bonnet • 5 Green Scotch Bonnet • 5 Green chilli pepper (green jalapeño) • 5 Red Jalapeño (sombo / bawa) • 1 shallot (small… Continue reading Let’s make some spread for breakfast
I made this discovery some time ago, and I've shared it on other platforms but not yet here, so I'm excited to share with you guys. I was preparing to make a sweet potato dish and all day the thought of peeling potatoes and getting sticky green hands and green potatoes haunted me. I thought… Continue reading Peeling Potatoes without tears
Last night I made a beautiful dream out of one of my childhood nightmares. See as a child I did not like food. Asking me to go and eat was sort of like a punishment. I was a very picky fussy eater and this went on into my late teenage years. I used to forget to… Continue reading Bean and Yam Pottage
Are you on a diet? Do you still add mayonnaise, salad cream and all the other high in unhealthy cholesterol stuff to your salads, because you can't stand dizzling it with olive oil, vinaigrette, etc. This is a healthy alternative and it tastes as nice mayonnaise or salad cream. Avocado Cream. 2 avocados 1 1/4… Continue reading Avocado Cream (a healthy alternative to mayonnaise and salad cream)
In the last two weeks my son (he is 3 yrs and 7 months), has been asking me to buy him cooking tools. He asked me everyday and even picked one from the racks in the mall. I had to return it because it was all pink and girlie. This weekend he made me promise… Continue reading Happy Mother’s Day
I'm super stocked and excited to write my first post on the Ounje page. This has been a long time coming and I didn't know i'd eventually do this. I would love to invite you once again, to join me as I chronicle my journey in food therapies. Live, Love, Eat Ounje.