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Nigerians are king of colloquials, but we need to normalise calling these foods their real names. Well, we rounded up 5 food products that are not being called their original names. You are guilty as charged. 1. Noodles Not Indomie Next time, say you want to buy Noodles, then let the seller ask for the […]
What is Jollof if it does not taste like a party Jollof? In this post, we will be taking you through a list of things to look out for when you are about to try out Jollof rice in any buka, party, restaurant, or even in your own kitchen. Enjoy! 1. It always, always has […]
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Pepper Soup is a watery dish made in different parts of the world with different techniques and ingredients. Countries and cultures around the world have their different version of it. Peppersoup has a lot of nutritional and health benefits. Nigerian pepper soup comes in different forms. There is the goat meat pepper soup, fish pepper […]
It’s safe to say that the one thing all Africans can agree on is that Jollof rice reigns supreme over all foods. This is not to say that other foods are terrible. They’re great. But you see Jollof ehn, it does things to the body. Jollof is the food of the gods. It’s almost perfect. […]
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