Monday, 17 February 2014


Personally..the best suya i have eaten still remains HALL 1 SUYA, UNIBEN HOSTELS...It was juicy, well seasoned and melted in your was like biting into paradise...oh wow
No wonder that was the" toasting love depot " in UNIBEN ....I wonder what happened to them


Suya , jollof rice and fried plantain
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If the security situation in Northern Nigeria was under safe control..This single delicacy would have been a major foreign exchange earner for Nigerian through own thoughts sha...

Tuesday, 5 March 2013


The full breakfast is traditionally served at breakfast time, but it is also popular at other times, usually replacing lunch. Rarely is it now served every day of the week, reserved instead for the weekend or on vacation in hotels and Bed and Breakfasts, where no stay would be complete without one.

Breakfast may begin with orange juice, cereals, stewed or fresh fruits but the heart of the Full breakfast is bacon and eggs. They are variously accompanied by sausages, grilled tomato, mushrooms, tea, toast and marmalade.

Each country in the UK and Ireland also have their own choice of accompaniments, it is up to the individual just how much they want on their plate and their preferences. You may find the following:
A Full English Breakfast may have Black Pudding, Baked Beans and Fried Bread.
A Full Scottish, as above but may also have, Potato Scones (Tattie Scones), Haggis and Oatcakes.
A Full Irish – Again, as above but may also have White Pudding and Soda Bread.
A Full Welsh – Laver bread or laver cakes. These are neither bread or cakes but are made with seaweed, the cakes seaweed cooked with oatmeal.
An Ulster Fry is not dissimilar to a Full English but may also have soda bread and is served again, throughout the day.

The origins of the breakfast are unclear and believed to originate in the rural England as a sustaining meal to carry workers through a long morning.

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So when next you are in a posh hotel and the breakfast menu says.."English Breakfast"...dont be

Monday, 19 November 2012


Call it Jollof Rice, Jolof Rice, Joll of Rice, Djolof Rice, Osikapa Jelof, Red rice or Party rice you are right. Adults and children love this spicy and tasty rice meal.  Jollof rice is a favourite meal in the West African region and very popular amongst Nigerians and Ghanaians alike. I do not know a social function in Lagos or Accra where Jollof rice is not served or at least listed in the menu

The origin of Jollof Rice is traceable to the Jollof tribe in the Senegambia region of West Africa. Jollof rice is also called “Benachin” which means “one pot” in the Wolof language. The traditional ingredients are rice, fresh tomatoes, tomato paste, onion, salt, and chili pepper. Other ingredients such as fish, vegetables, meats, ginger and other spices can be added to enhance the taste. Today Jollof rice can be prepared in different ways by the various peoples that savor it but the basic ingredients remain the same.

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Monday, 29 October 2012


Who would have imagined anything delicious can come out of AFGHANISTAN....Im wowed! lol. I heard their food is nicknamed "FOOD FOR KINGS"

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This next one is called QABILI PALAU

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This is called QORMA SABZI

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Friday, 5 October 2012


Pepper Soup is just the perfect way to warm your way to your man's heart when night comesand he has had one too many bottles....Especially for the lady that has something on her mind! ..*winks and bats luscious well mascared eyelashes * lol

Sexy Fresh Fish Pepper Soup
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Turkey Pepper soup
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