Month: September 2017
Butter is said to be back in a big way, and it is reportedly costing Australians more at the checkout!
A national shortage of the popular spread has reportedly led to a price increase of more than 20 percent at the major supermarkets, with industry sources blaming a drop in overall milk production, increase in demand from China, and a change in consumer tastes.
BEAN AND PLANTAIN POTTAGE
A pottage made of beans and plantains is loved and relished by Nigerians who love pottage a great deal! Eateries, Bukaterias, Cafeterias, Canteens and restaurants can testify to this! Oh I almost forgot Nigerian mama-puts!
From grilled cheese to cocktails, drag queen and leggings, the French-language watchdog in the Canadian province of Quebec has relaxed its guidelines around some common “anglicisms”.
Banana is the common name for flowering plants of the genus Musa and for the fruit they produce.
Also known as *Ensete ventricosum (Ethiopian banana, false banana, enset), this fruit is said to be an important foodcrop in Ethiopia.
Gourmet Guide would have ignored this article, but the importance of jollof rice to West African countries like Nigeria, Ghana, Senegal and other ‘Western Brethren’, prompted this article.
Nancy, a three hundred level student of University of Lagos, Akoka, Lagos Nigeria posted this write – up!
Nigerian foods are diverse and exciting, they are so many, assorted and very simple and easy to make. They are often natural foods, that are rich in the necessary nutrients like protein, vitamins, fat and oil, dietary fibers, and many others.
FrieslandCampina WAMCO, producers of Peak 456 Growing Up Milk, has named winners of its Peak 456 Talent Hunt competition.
They are Imisi Oladapo (6), Sharon Jonathan (5) and Eze Chinewekene Vanessa (5) in first, second and third positions.