With Buca Di Beppo, You Can Host Your Holiday Party Like A Boss!

Buca Di Beppo Italian Food

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Buca di Beppo. All opinions are 100% mine. Even if you’re not the boss, you can still host your holiday party like one. Okay, here’s a secret: I have never attended an official Christmas party. It’s not really something that we [Nigerians] do in America (or maybe it’s just the Nigerians that I know?] And my job doesn’t do them either. I heard they used to do them before, but not anymore. I bought this burgundy pencil skirt that fits like a Continue Reading

iCook: Pasta With Johnsonville Smoked Brats (Fall Comfort Food)

Really up close and personal: Pasta With Johnsonville Smoked Brats.

What kind of food do you think of when you hear fall comfort food? I think of cheese, soup, tomatoes, maybe bread, but all definitely warm. Or hot. I blogged about using Johnsonville sausages before, but in that post, I cook some [fried] stew with sausages, instead of the more traditional goat meat, beef, or chicken. And in that post, I used the Andouille sausage instead. Well, it's a new day, and fall is a-coming. My original thought was to cook some hearty vegetable soup and switch out the Continue Reading

About Last Weekend: I Was So Lazy!

We were waiting for our table at Chili's

Happy Monday, Sweet Potatoes! I don't know what happened to me this past week, but I was so flipping lazy. I literally slept for most of the time. I'd wake up in the morning, eat breakfast, and go back to bed. Before I know what's going on, it's past 3:00 PM. That was how my week went. I can't tell you what I accomplished. And the irony is that I had so much to do. Instead of doing anything, I'd think f all I had to do and my solution would be to go back to bed. It was like why do today what Continue Reading

Butter Me Up And Call Me A Biscuit

Sweet-Corn-On-The-Cob-With-LAND-O-LAKES-Butter

When I was in Nigeria, there were only two ways I knew how to eat corn: roasted (called grilled in America) or boiled. With boiled corn, the only ingredient I knew to put on it was salt (while cooking). And it tasted good, honestly. But one day in America, I ordered some food at a restaurant, and I was asked what side I wanted it to come with. Corn on a cob was one of the options, so I ordered it. When the corn came with butter and black pepper on it, I was not too happy. But then, I tasted it, Continue Reading

Ladies, Do You Actually Like Cooking?

My cozy kitchen

I can confidently say that I have a love-hate relationship with cooking. I cannot say that I dislike it, but I don't quite like it either. Basically, I enjoy experimenting and trying new recipes, and I have never eaten any food that I like better than the one I cooked myself, but there are just days months that I don't feel like cooking. I have shown you pictures of some of the foods I have cooked through my iCook series, and I enjoyed cooking every one of those meals. The only thing that has Continue Reading

iCook: Fried Stew + White Rice With Johnsonville Andouille Sausages

All chopped up and cooking

I cooked! You know I love making up new foods. Well this time, in honor of Mardi Gras (which is coming up!), I went for regular Nigerian fried stew with fully cooked Andouille Sausage from Johnsonville, which is one of their Split Rope Sausage flavors. This sausage, from Johnsonville, is unlike most other sausage in its category.To start,  it's fully cooked and packs great flavor but unlike most other fully cooked sausage, Johnsonville uses absolutely no fillers which is how their sausages get Continue Reading

iCook: Knorr Pasta Sides Cheddar Broccoli

Knorr-Pasta-Sides-Cheddar-Broccoli-Packet

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Giant Eagle. All opinions are 100% mine. Summary of this post: WOW!!! When I got offered a chance to write about Knorr Pasta Sides Cheddar Broccoli, I was excited because I absolutely love trying new things and telling you about them - yes, of course, food included - and while I was not expecting it to be bad, I did not expect it to be this good either. If you're wondering why the portion looks small, it's because I was begging Igwe to Continue Reading

iCook: Fried Stew + White Rice With Johnsonville Andouille Sausages

Eat

I cooked! You know I love making up new foods. Well this time, in honor of Mardi Gras (which is coming up!), I went for regular Nigerian fried stew with fully cooked Andouille Sausage from Johnsonville, which is one of their Split Rope Sausage flavors. This sausage, from Johnsonville, is unlike most other sausage in its category.To start,  it's fully cooked and packs great flavor but unlike most other fully cooked sausage, Johnsonville uses absolutely no fillers which is how their sausages get Continue Reading

Attention Nigeria! Here’s How To Get Your Belly Full Without Moving A Muscle

Hello Food

I don’t know about you, but around Christmas I am definitely not up for cookery. Knowing that the time when we will all have to go to the kitchen to cook an enormous meal for everyone is coming, I just want to be lazy and get the strength to get to hit built up. My little secret is pretty simple in the end: I order food online via Hellofood.com.ng. Have you ever tried it? If not you should. It is as simple as it gets. All you have to do is log in, enter your city and area and there are Continue Reading

How To Eat Meat At A Nigerian Event … And Still Look Cute

The little meat that couldn't :(

If you find out how, please let me know. I don't know if men have this problem, too, but for women - me especially - eating meat and looking cute at the same time [at a Nigerian event] is next to impossible. The cause: The meat is too hard Who's fault: The caterer(s) Solution: Softer meat, please! When you go to an American event, the menu has well done, soft food. The meats - chicken, lamb, beef, turkey - and fish are always easy to cut through with a fork and knife and also Continue Reading