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Sunday, August 14, 2022

Nigerian Cake Art Collaboration: a sweet celebration of skill, talent and flair

I always thought there wasn't a cake I could not eat. Except fruit cake, naturally. Fruit cake are not natural and have something of the underworld about them but then again, everyone knows this....

Nigerian Express Pop-Up by Celebrated Chef Nky Iweka 08/08/15

Naija choppings received the haute cuisine treatment in North London.

New Nigerian Restaurant D Niche Opens In North London (Pictures)

Everybody knows I have an enduring love affair with food - iyan and egusi soup will still wound me one day.So I was excited to hear that a new Naija restaurant had opened in...

6 reasons Nigerians think Suya is bae

Suya (or spicy meat kebab if you want to be all oyinbo about it) is a much loved delicacy in Nigeria. The long thin cut of beef, marinated in delicious spices and grilled over red-hot...

Jamie Oliver, the rice murderer: after Jollof rice comes the paella disaster

“Those whom the gods would destroy, they first make mad.” This is a quote from Wasiu Ayinde Marshal and seems very relevant to Jamie Oliver right now. When he was running amok with the travesty...

4 reasons why Nigerian Jollof Rice is amazeballs #WorldJollofRiceDay

Today is World Jollof Rice Day. A day that many Nigerians believe should actually be called Nigerian Rice day because let's be honest, does jollof rice really exist anywhere else? Just in case the...

The dietary question that has held Nigerian relationships together: “Have you eaten?”

It's been your vintage Monday; long, hard, and being nagged to near-insanity by your tormentor-in-chief (aka your superior at the office). Unfortunately, you cannot recreate that scene in the movies where the disgruntled employee...

Run, walk, crawl! Shoreditch shop offers The Crone – doughnut stuffed with ice cream!!!

Listen. I pay my taxes. I help old ladies across the street. I answer whenever my mum shouts my name(okay, fine! Maybe the second time sha). I don't ask for too much when I...

Tomato haff cost! 10 Nigerian dishes that don’t require the red gold

Tomato haff cost. I've been saying it since. Charles Uzor, one of our writers, said one caterer used her destiny, her birthright and three of her relatives to collect one basket of tomatoes. Okay,...

8 Of London’s Most Badass Burgers

If there is one thing that Nigerians like, it's meat. There are Nigerian vegans and vegetarians, sure, but you will have to trek many a mile to find one. Goat meat o, chicken o,...