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Valentine’s Day in Nigeria

Valentine’s Day in Nigeria

Red roses, hearts, and balloons – love is in the air. You must have guessed what time of the year I am hinting at… Yes, I am talking about Valentine’s Day! We Nigerians take our festivals very seriously. By that, I mean, we celebrate each and every...
Atarosfood Cuisine of West Africa: Cooking Workshop May 22,2016

Atarosfood Cuisine of West Africa: Cooking Workshop May 22,2016

Would you like to enjoy a special evening of fun cooking, socializing and learning the delicious and authentic recipes of Nigeria. Enjoy the Atarosfood Cuisine of West Africa Cooking workshop. This hands-on workshop starts in the kitchen with your host Ebere Akadiri....
Sizzling Spices of the Sea: Nigerian Pepper Soup

Sizzling Spices of the Sea: Nigerian Pepper Soup

  I’ve had the pleasure of visiting several food events and expos around Europe in the last few months. Although networking and tasting all the various types of cuisine is already a lot of fun at these events, I am always intrigued by the interaction between food...
Colors of my Childhood: Nigerian Fried Rice

Colors of my Childhood: Nigerian Fried Rice

  Food has always been a part of my life, family and soul. Ever since I was a little girl there hasn’t been a single occasion that didn’t include a feast of dishes. Food brings people together, makes people happy and whether we like it or not, it always magically...
Could You Add More International Variety to Your Diet?

Could You Add More International Variety to Your Diet?

  If I had to eat Nigerian food every day for the rest of my life, my diet would look something like this: Breakfast: akara and pap, boiled yam and egg sauce, or beans and dodo Lunch: eba and egusi soup, or other Nigerian soups Dinner: white rice and tomato stew...