Have you tried Bosnian food before? A big part of visiting Bosnia and Herzegovina is experiencing firsthand the culture and food. If you love spices, then you’ll love Bosnian cuisine. Bosnian Food consists of many spices, however in moderate quantities. Most dishes are light, as they are cooked in lots of water with fully natural […]
It was Arrah’s birthday and she hooked up with her friend Esther, for a birthday treat at Red Lobster (in Gaithersburg, Maryland), a renowned seafood restaurant with locations across the globe.
It was lunch time in Lagos, Nigeria and I had this delicious Seafood Okro Soup with Poundo Yam at Lydia’s Place, Victoria Island, Lagos.
It was lunch time in Boston, Massachusetts and i had lunch at Naco Taco. Naco Taco is a Mexican restaurant located in Cambridge and has a good selection of beer, fruit drinks and a great ambiance for people watching.
It was midnight in Dubai and I had Mutton Kadai & Porata, a popular Indian and Pakistani dish.
I am from a small village in Etim Ekpo Local Government Area in Southern Nigeria. It was awesome to spend the Christmas/New Year holidays with my family in the village. One of the benefits of spending time in the village is that we have easy access to pure undiluted fresh foods straight from the farm.
1. Rice and Chicken Stew Christmas rice as it is fondly called, served with stew is a staple food of the average Nigerian. What is Christmas in Nigeria without rice and stew? Nothing!
Yes you heard right… Eggslut!!! 🙂 This is probably one of the best burgers i ever had. At Eggslut, they make eggs appetizing all day, everyday. If you’re looking for where to eat inside Grand Central Market- Los Angeles, seek the Eggslut Adventure. Thank me later. 🙂