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African Platter Map: Baasto Pasta With Meat Sauce (Somali)

Somalia also called Somali is a country located at the horn of the African continent, which has the 43rd largest land mass, blessed with loads of plateaus and highlands, and is abundant in countless mineral resources. Although going through certain economic issues, food is a common language that turns heads anywhere and makes the tummy stand at attention.
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10 Must-Have Items In Your Lagos Kitchen

There are just certain items you cannot do without in your kitchen. Health is wealth, and in Lagos this statement cannot be over emphasized, if you consider the hustle and bustle we go through week-in-week-out.
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How To Make Bobotie | Native South African Dish

Hi there!
Over the weekend I learnt to make Bobotie, a native South African dish and I can’t exactly tell you if I got it spot on, but I know it tasted really gooooood!
Firstly, Bobotie is pronounced “Ba-Boor-Tea. It is a native south African dish with ground meat as the main ingredient.  (more…)

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8 Ways Women Can Make Money From Home

Before I highlight a number of ways women can make money from home, I will tell you this for free, being a career woman is not a walk in the park which is why when a husband and a baby or two join the mix, women most often times resign from their day jobs to take on the role of being full time housewives….

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Yuletide Bazaar: The Lagos Yard Sale Returns

The Lagos Yard Sale (LYS) is back this December with the most amazing discount event in the city. It is called the Yuletide Bazaar and registration is ongoing.
The Yuletide Bazaar wil be holding on Sunday, 18th December 2016 at The Fountain School, Alhaji Animashaun Street, Surulere, Lagos, Nigeria. The bazaar opens from 12pm and will run till 7pm….


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Modest Market Place – Anniversary Edition

Modest Market Place, a growing market that caters to modest lifestyle enthusiasts took the retail event scene by surprise exactly a year ago. Unlike many other retail events, Modest Market Place (MMP) does more than create an avenue for business owners to showcase their products or services.
MMP is a community of like-minded individuals whose beliefs on the ethics of business has fostered a relationship beyond the retail events. The marketplace which is now popularly called by its acronym MMP, has promoted many micro, small and medium scale enterprises (MSMEs) over the course of one year…


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Libyan Food Recipe: Asida (The Arabic Boiled Flour Pudding)

Hello beautiful people, let’s take our taste buds on a food trip to Libya today. Who else loves trying new recipes? The recipe we would be looking at is called Asida.
Asida is a traditional dish in Libya popularly served during certain celebrations such as Eid (a celebration that makes the end of Ramadan), births etc. It is also referred to as the Arabic boiled flour pudding
It is a boiled flour pudding cooked directly in water. The flour is made of wheat or whole-meal flour dough cooked in water. Let’s see the procedure of preparing this here… 


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Health Benefits of Hibiscus drink (zobo)

The hibiscus drink has awesome and unbelievable benefits. Hibiscus plants grow in warm and tropical areas and are renowned for their trumpet like flowers. When dried, certain parts of the plant can be used to make beverages that can either be drank warm or cold. 


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Nigerian Moi Moi And Pap Recipe

Moi moi and Pap is a Nigerian staple food, commonly eaten on Saturdays in many Nigerian homes. Moi moi is a delicious recipe that is highly rich in protein and other essential nutrients while pap on the other is a rich source of carbohydrate. I love eating moi moi and pap on Saturdays because I consider it as a sleeping medicine (lol). It makes you sleep off all the stress that you had gone through during work days.

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How To Cook Oha / Ora Nigerian Soup

Oha soup is a delicacy from South Eastern Nigeria. It is similar to the bitterleaf soup but cooked with Ora leaves instead. This soup is special because the ora leaves used in preparing this soup recipe are seasonal unlike bitterleaf which can be found all year round.

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