Today’s Man Like is Rotimi Alabi, a 29-year old Afro-Asian fusion chef. He talks about his mother’s influence on his decision to become a chef, how his father’s absence helped him define masculinity on his own terms and how sibling favouritism drove him to independence. What was growing up like? My dad was mostly absent […]
The subject of this week’s What She Said is Thelma Egbe, a 28-year-old woman who loves cooking. She talks about growing up in a family where the men and women cooked, growing a food blogging and catering business, and how adulting almost made her stop. What was your childhood like? I spent a part of […]
We published an article telling you cooking habits of serial killers. Now, we have a quiz for you. If you do up to 12 things on this list, you’re clearly a serial killer.
If you have experience cooking, then one or two of these things have definitely annoyed you before. Let’s start: 1) Not cleaning as you cook. The single most annoying thing ever. How can you cook if everywhere is scattered? 2) Using the same oil to fry like five different things. Imagine your egg tasting like […]
For many years, Cooking Gas has been one of the most trusted and dependable workers in the average Nigerian home, but while it almost always gets the job done — cooking our meals to perfection — it also seems to have a slightly vindictive streak. Many Nigerians across the country have noticed that Cooking Gas […]
As a Nigerian man who is an average cook, I know how real the struggle can be. So, I made a list of things that you’ll relate to if you love mixed vegetables and feel a sense of pride whenever you add green pepper to anything. 1. You, trying to decide between cooking rice and […]
We got an expert mixologist to help us bring one of our sponsored VRSUS videos to life by mixing varieties of chapman. Little did we know she was also a chef until we got in a conversation with her, while sipping our sublime drinks; no they were not spiked. Apparently, Yetunde Anikulapo Kuti, professionally known […]
There are certain life skills you need to survive Uni. You need to know how to lie and cry for when you forget to do your assignment and you are begging your lecturer. You need to know how to wake up at 8:50 am and still make it to a 9 am class. Most importantly […]
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