KULI – KULI

kulu – kuli… proudly Nigerian! Kuli-kuli is a crunchy Hausa snack that is primarily made from peanuts otherwise known as groundnuts. Please follow and like us:0

SERVING FOOD IN BOWLS!

A new food craze sweeping restaurants from London to California serves food only in bowls. Bowl food just “tastes better” says the fans. Could there be method in this madness? Please follow and like us:0

Denmark opens first food waste supermarket!

A charity has reportedly opened Denmark’s first ever food surplus supermarket. The store in capital city Copenhagen called Wefood will sell produce at prices 30 to 50 per cent cheaper than normal supermarkets. This is according to Independent.co.uk. Please follow and like us:0

Planting Season in Nigeria!

The Nigerian Agricultural Seed Council has warned against purchase and planting of seeds without the council’s approval. This is according to the council which said  no foreign seed would be allowed into Nigeria without due process. Please follow and like us:0

Orange mania!

Orange is an edible fruit that belongs to the citrus family like grapes, lime, lemon, tangerine and others. Enriched with vitamin c, it contains essential oils and other by-products like candid peels, pectin and stock feeds. Please follow and like us:0

OFE OKAZI [OKAZI SOUP]

Okazi leaves are hard  unique vegetables botanically  known as Gnetum Africanum. They  are found and massively grown in some parts of Nigerian Eastern States and some parts of Cameroon.  But virtually every food market in the country can boost of this vegetables. This  is because these vegetables apart from from being  enriched with rich nutrients, cannot be ignored…

CIWOH

Here in Nigeria,  the African star apple or white star apple does not ring a bell at all, but when you say ciwoh to an Hausa man,  agbalumo to a Yoruba woman or udara to an Ibo woman, then what you are saying would definitely make a whole lot of sense! There are many  other…

Nigeria TO Export Rice By 2019

Rice farmers in Nigeria are expected to commence exportation of rice by 2019 when the local consumption would have been met. Country Manager, Afex Commodities Exchange Nigeria,  Ayodeji Balogun, who revealed this, said local farmers in the country would in three years commence exportation of rice. Please follow and like us:0