Yes, Nigeria is renowned for her Jollof. But there is a lot more food in Nigeria that foreigners do not get to taste when they visit. We are changing that. If you are visiting Nigeria, please request for any of the foods on this list and experience the wonders of the motherland. Here are 15 […]
Nigerian moinmoin is a delicacy. Made from beans, moinmoin can go with anything imaginable and it can even be eaten as a meal alone. Are you planning to chop life this weekend? Then you should consider a date with Nigerian moinmoin. It can be prepared in leaves. The Yorubas refer to it as moinmoin elewe. […]
If you’ve not been living under a rock you’ve probably heard a lot about the longstanding feud about whose jollof rice is better–Nigeria’s or Ghana’s? While the jollof rice war is a friendly debate that keeps the harmony going between some West African countries, such as Senegal, Ghana, Nigeria, Gambia, Sierra Leone, Liberia and Cameroon, […]
Let’s face it, there’s jollof, there’s Jollof and then there’s JOLLOF. Have you ever wondered how the different kinds of Jollofs you’ve had in different places match your personality? From burial Jollof to Sunday Jollof aka boarding school Jollof there’s a wide spectrum of Jollof rice. If you’re still wondering where you fit in on […]
One meal that connects all of West Africa is Jollof rice. Although we have different names for it and can never agree on who has the best recipe, Jollof rice has overtime become a West African marker. However, travelling on the Jollof road, the team discovered that beyond Jollof Rice, we have so many similar […]
A handy guide.
How Jollof went from local experiment to global icon.
Why is it so hard?
Don’t lie. You can relate.
Growing up a Nigerian girl has to count as work experience, right?
Come on! Put some respek on that jollof!
People are so disrespectful.
It wasn’t attractive enough for people on Twitter.
Because jollof is bae and baes deserves a day.
Because Nigerian parties serve the best food.
Jollof rice and Owambes.
They said he didn’t cook the rice.
Our forefathers are rolling in their graves.
No more Owambe parties!
Here's a rabbit hole of stories to lose yourself in: