I watch from left to right, smiling at the faces smiling at me, bewildered by the apparels worn by my witnesses. To my right was aunty Anne in her firmly tied gele blowing kisses in the congregation, uncle Jide with his big cream colored agbada giving me a thumbs up, Isabella standing in her little pink dress as she gazed at every detail on my wedding dress, and poor Michael crying to his mom while focused on the two components that stood on her chest.
I remember growing up as a kid and making my own popsicles with plastic cups and spoon. It all started out from leaving my leftover tea (a.k.a milo and milk in a Nigerian home) in the freezer. I would return after it had frozen, turn the cup upside down, pull out the spoon with its contents and munch on the
What? It’s 2019?
Wow! Just last year we were all talking about what’s to come in 2018 and the lot we pray to accomplish in 2018 and then poof it’s all gone and here comes a new year again. First and foremost, happy new year guys!!! I pray this year shall be fruitful for you and your family. All that you set your mind to accomplish this year shall be accompanied by God’s unending grace and favor in Jesus’ name. Amen
I hope you all get to see this and not get entangled in the busy business called life as we all have been throughout the year. This is just a little piece to let you guys know that I have been thinking of you, I’m truly grateful for you and also that I’m sorry if I never got to show for it. As we grow each year, it almost seems like
I am super excited for today’s post because it is just so Christmassy. I love Christmas and apart from the celebration of Jesus’ birth, I love the vibrant colors, decorations, food, and gatherings that come with Christmas. It’s a season filled with love and thanksgiving. It almost makes you forget about your worries from the year and what’s even more exciting, is the new year by the corner as well.
I’ve contemplated really taking this challenge seriously for months because this will require me to step out of my comfort zone. To me, I believe this will be an amazing journey, a journey where I can be myself and share things that I love and believe will help me and hopefully you somehow and in some way.
Wow! it’s been a hot minute. I have been away, haven’t I? Well I haven’t forgotten you all. You know when I’m away, I actually think of you guys and everything I hope to come back with. It’s like a mother buying sweets for her children on her return from the market. In other not to digress, let’s get right into the goodie goodie I have brought for you today.
Hi guys, Today I have prepared this non-alcoholic margaritas for you to enjoy with family and friends. This classic cocktail had to come in its non-alcoholic version which I tried to create here. I hope you like it. The video recipe is down below;
Hi guys, Today I have prepared for you the popular Nigerian Gizdodo with twist. Please click the link below or head over to my Youtube channel to watch the recipe. You don’t want to miss out on this delicious delicacy.
Well today, I decided to bring you one of the simple ways of making Nigerian Coconut Fried Rice. For the meat stock, it is pretty basic. I boiled my chicken using stock cubes, salt, onion powder, curry powder, thyme, ginger, garlic, chilli powder and bay leaves. For my coconut rice, I use coconut milk, coconut flakes and coconut oil most of the time which I think is a great combination. I noticed many people don’t really use coconut flakes but sweetened coconut flakes