The Nigerian Fusion Food Tour by Chef Imoteda and Chef Fregz 

Chef Imoteda and Chef Fregz are on a mission to introduce the world to Nigerian Cuisines.  Their first stop was Abuja and we were there to taste and snap as usual. We enjoyed the six course meal so much..

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Fishing with Plantain

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Fishing with Plantain.
On the menu : Croaker Fish with Boli
Price: N2, 500
Location ; Grills In and Out
1 Kindia Close, off Bangui Street, Wuse 2, Abuja
Rating :4.5 /5

The Pepper on this fish took me back to Africa… oh I’m already there… That’s how Hoooot it was. But that doesn’t mean I did not enjoy the fish though. I was quite surprised when I saw the size of the fish and the Plantain too… Apart from the Pepper

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ABUJA FOOD AND FUN FAIR DAY

Fun Fair3It’s that time of the year again, its Christmas the time of gifts and merry. It’s also time for the 2nd Annual Food and Fun Fair Day to be held on the 5th of Dec 2015 at River Plate Park, Opp Abia House, off Ahmadu Bello Way, Wuse 2, Abuja from 12-6pm.
This spectacular event is brought to you by Jackplays Events – a company that specializes in planning events for corporate bodies and professionals – This time around they are collaborating with TasteNsnap.com a food blog based in Abuja to bring to you a memorable event.

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Review : City View Restaurant and Grill

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Having had a long weekend so far, a friend invited me for after work dinner at City View Restaurant and Grill,  located at 7 Capetown Street,  beside Imperial Bakery, Wuse Zone 4,  Abuja.  This wasn’t my first time there so I  knew exactly what I wanted, so I  thought until from the corner of my eyes I saw this waiter passing by my table with a tray of Lamb Chops and Fried Rice  that looked so sumptuous, I  started wishing I  had ordered that instead….(salivating)

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Restaurant Review : Self Grill at Grills In and Out, Abuja

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It been about three months since my friend and I  went to check out the then newly launched self-grill restaurant in town,  Grills In and Out,  located at 1 Kindia Close,  Off Adetokunbo Ademola Crescent, Wuse 2, Abuja, has two sections,  the self grill section which has tables fitted with grills that enables customers to have a personalized mini barbecue.  They also have the regular section were customers are served in the usual restaurant fashion. However,  we are more interested in the self grill section,  which as far as I’m concerned is its first of its kind in Abuja. 

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Recipe: Watch “How to cook Special Fried Rice”

Here is how to make Special Fried Rice.

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Lets go Fishing

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The day after my birthday, a very good friend of mine decided to take me on a treat! To where? You might ask…well we went fishing… and by fishing, I mean we had the most tasty fish at Abacha Barracks, Abuja. I enjoyed the fish so much that I lost all decorum eating it.

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1. A Weight Loss Journey – Intro

Breakfast- 2 slices of whole wheat toast (120calories), half a grapefruit (45calories), two teaspoon of crunchy peanut butter (180 calories) and my all-time favorite a cup of green tea and stevia.( 0 calories) 1 bottle of water (20oz)

Alright ladies, I am a mom of three and an exercise junkie, current weight 140lbs trying to get rid of the 30lbs/13Kg. After my third baby I was 175lbs/79Kg, lost 35lbs/15Kg with 30lbs/13Kg to go. We all know that what we eat determines what we look like. Yep it does! For many who don’t know, if you eat right, you look right. You can’t eat pizza all week and expect to have an hour-glass figure. Nope never going to happen, and yes we can all look great and have fabulous abs, we just need to work hard to achieve it and keep junk foods off.

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Valentine Loving

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So no val…it seems like my cupid was sleeping on the job, probably drunk from happy juice and sleeping under a tree shed with a smile on its face…smh. Well that didn’t     stop me from having fun and loving self. Which I strongly advice and believe is the most important.

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