Food Battle EP 1 : Marvis (Top Finalist Big Brother Naija 2017)

Hello Foodmily, you know we are always looking for ways to entertain you foodwise, so we have started a series titled FOOD BATTLE, its easy, we invite a guest and get them to stuff their faces…but not just any guest, we mean fellow foodies…is’nt that exciting….Watch video below

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HOW TO COOK BANGA SOUP

Watch how to cook the Nigerian Banga soup

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STREET CHEF: HOW TO COOK OGBONO SOUP-EP4

Watch these street chefs as they describe their methods of cooking ogbono soup…… please rate them by dropping your comments in the box below

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HOW TO MAKE OGBONO SOUP

Watch the recipes and steps in making ogbono soup

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STREET CHEF: HOW TO COOK NIGERIAN JOLLOF RICE-EP3

Watch these two chefs as they describe their methods of cooking Nigerian jollof rice. Please rate by dropping your comments in the comment box

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HOW TO MAKE NIGERIAN BLACK SOUP

How to make Nigerian black soup
• Prep Time:
  30 minutes
• Total Time: Over 1 hr
• Region:       South-south (‘Benin’ Edo state)
• Misc :          Serve hot with “swallow
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TOP TEN TRIBAL FOODS IN NIGERIA

 

Black soup: A popular Edo state delicacy, this soup is made using bitter leaf and efirin (scent leaf). It can be eaten with any swallow of choice.

 

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Chop Cake! 

Why is it that everytime I decide to start a diet, I get invited to a birthday party and would be asked the tempting question “Cake?”… Ermm…Yes please, I would reply, thinking to myself, “I will start my diet tomorrow” . OH tomorrow is another friend’s birthday party  or wedding…. Arrrgghh I can’t take it any longer. 

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HEALTH BENEFITS OF LEMON

Little scientific research has been done specifically on lemon water’s impact on health as a whole, but some research exists on the benefits of lemon and water separately.

  1. It promotes hydration.

According to food and nutrition board, the dietary reference intake for water is 91 to 125 ounces. This includes water from food and drinks.

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