There I was 'flipping' through my Flipboard feed catching up on news and interesting articles when my eye got caught on a rather startling and attractive food photo. Even more interesting was the headline keywords - Coconut milk and...
Instagram indeed is where all creatives can display their works and passions in the most delightful, awe-inspiring, jaw-dropping manner and gain absolute fame and social media celebrity status in no time. One of such creatives are those with extremely...
There are only two pepper varieties in my heart at the moment; Kpakposhito (Scotch Bonnet Pepper & Akweley Waabii ( Cayenne Pepper) 🌶. These two chilli's are super fragrant and distinct in their own ways and in most Ghanaian...
The first time I saw packaged pork rinds or pork skins was in a store in New York. I could not believe my eyes! Pork skins dried and packaged like potato crisps! God of wonders! I remember taking a...
Yelo Peppe is not only a must-watch drama series because of the stellar production but majorly for the rich content surrounding the culture of food with highlights around the numerous challenges that modern African women face when finding balance between...
Hi lovelies  it's been awhile since I posted I knowww  . So the thing is I attend ICGC and it's our annual Spiritual Emphasis month ( now rebranded to be #40DaysofPower ) and it's been quite a bit of...
Very few restaurants in Accra get the meaning of the slang "the WOW factor", like really few get it. Potbelly Shack gets it when it comes to creating a never-seen-before interior & exterior theme based on the old American...
Friday 8th June will forever be embedded in my heart as the day, the world of food lost a gifted son by the name of Anthony Bourdain. I am completely grief-stricken at the news which was broken by CNN ...
It's so easy and it's sure to be your go-to for surprising your guests during lunch or dinner. I just couldn't believe I had made something so simple yet incredibly tasty. The first time I saw a Tostones burger...
I love Otor/Etor. I love Yam Otor but after sunday’s lunch of Plantain Otor I think I will betray Yam Etor unashamedly. Like whoa! Where have you been all my life?? Both Yam and Plantain Otor are the African...

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