20 Life Lessons i Learnt from Stephen Akintayo!

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Thank God Its Friday, Hope you are Not in Traffic? and if you just saw this on a saturday morning, trust you had a great Night. Lol.

Oh yeah, and if you stumbled through this accidentally Thanks For stopping by.

It’s so funny How time Flies Really,I can not believe Seven Month Has Passed already, Like My Friend said we have Constipation of information (Whatever that means! ) Lol! Continue reading

Dooneys Kitchen Launches the Maiden edition of from Hobby To Passion!

Dooney’s Kitchen is one amazing Place, Her Creativity is out of this world, Her manner of writing will make you stick to her blog, I remember the first day I got to her Blog, i had this friend that came to say Hi, so I quickly went to her Blog to check how to make Ofada stew, I was not disappointed, that was like three years ago. So I interviewed her on this Fridays special edition, of from “Hobby to passion” by the way she is the First to Feature!  You will be amazed at her works! Her creativity is Great!

Did I Mention she is not Nigeria Based, I mean she is a Nigerian but she is not based in Nigeria, she has made us proud  outside the shores of Nigeria!


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Why you don’t need Seasonings in cooking beans

         Do i have witnesses who can bare with me that each time Mummy called us to peel Onion we always ran away from that Task, i hated peeling  Onion,…Arrrrrrrrg! it made me cry, It was so bad that even when my sister asked me to go grind Beans or pepper she would give me money to buy onions, i always  used  the Money to buy  biscuits. I really kept my sister in serious trouble because there were times the stew and beans tasted differently, i wonder why she didn’t notice, i hope she is not reading this! Am sorry Sis! Lol  My Mum actually solved the problem sheonions gave a solution, One day Continue reading

How “ewaganyin” women became my inspiration !!

Shout out to all those peeps who lived in Mile 12, my first visit there was a very memorable one, as i had gone to spend time with family i always longed for holidays there, it was a Polygamous house with loads of children, as a kid that made it fun for me, However there was something about them that was  different from home, they always bought food outside. My first Saturday witnessed a scene, everyone was busy anticipating the arrival of some food hawkers that sold beans, of all things to anticipate it should not be beans i though to my self. it looked strange to me because my Mum detested the act of buying food out, i had made up mind not to eat, then these togolese women came, the next decission i made was followed by  the aroma that filled the atmosphere a quick “Yes i want o ” was the reponse i gave to my cousin, i never belived beans could have such a tanterlizing aroma,, and since then i fell in love with the “ewagonyin” recipe.


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