I typically don’t like eating out, I’d rather make my food myself than be disappointed by unpleasant food. Anyway, a while ago, I decided to eat out at the Eko Hotel and Suites, and it was wonderful! So, I want to share my experience and I’m considering visiting another place soon. I’ll be reviewing the food, ambience, and service.
The food section of this blog is not reflective of how much I love beans. So to make up for that, I’ll be sharing this simple beans and yam porridge recipe you can use to make eating beans healthier and more delicious.
Sharing this is going to be giving an insight into my previous struggle but I need to, to glorify the work of God in my life. Anyone who has a deadly incurable disease knows how close to death it makes you feel. You are torn between living wild and scratching off items your bucket list, to preserving your life as much as you can. Brace yourself, this is going to be longer than my typical posts. “Ephesians 2 vs 8 – 9.”
Plantains are a rich source of vitamin A, B6, C and magnesium, potassium and fiber. It is also great for the heart and bones. Garden egg leaves are locally known for “giving blood”. I was feeling dizzy one time and when I tried to reach out for ugu (pumpkin leaves) to use with my prescribed iron supplements, garden egg was offered instead. It contains vitamin B, C and potassium and calcium. This recipe is truly packed with a lot of goodies.
I love vegetable soup, even more so when it is a combination of different vegetables. Like most of my recipes, the soup is easy to make, and super healthy. Okro is rich in magnesium, folate, fibre, antioxidants, vitamin C, K1, and A. Ugu contains calcium, iron, potassium, and manganese. It also provides a good amount of vitamin C, A, B2 and E.
Majority of us happen to be employees (even as entrepreneurs of small businesses) because we live in a world where capitalism reigns supreme and every penny counts. Twitter NG exploded on Monday because of a certain company mistreating their employees. That is the inspiration behind this post.
Nigeria is a fairly good place to work, so not everyone may have experienced the negative side of the coin. However, some employers take advantage of the lawlessness embedded in the fabric of our society to exploit hardworking Nigerians.
If you are currently reading this, then you will know I love food. I love; shopping, preparing, cooking and making food art. Food love can sometimes pose a threat to keeping fit if you are constantly in contact with food. It becomes easy to get out of the three meals window to nitpick on everything. This is why snacks are important, even more so when they are healthy and can be carried around. Continue reading “Healthy Snack Ideas”→
On Sunday, the 8th of September, I clocked 25. Asides being a landmark year, I have a lot of reasons to be thankful and in a better place than I was by this time last year. Most importantly, I’ve grown spiritually and in loving others.
This is a healthy and fun recipe, with focus on the avocado salsa and peppered gizzard, since you only have to boil the brown rice with just water. The great thing about this avocado salsa is you can pair with almost any food of choice. From rice to corn to yam.