There are snacks and then there are snacks. If you are going to eat something containing white flour, make it worthwhile. These snacks bring out the goodness in flour. They take a simple powder and turn into fantastic somethings that will rest happily ever after in your tummy. Here are 7 snack recipes you must make!
My friend and I were visiting a church sister who had lost a family member when we heard some of the most discouraging things about marriage. I was 19, fresh out of the university and looking forward to who will marry me. Is that not what we were taught to look forward to when we finish school? Besides, I could cook and clean. How could a girl be more ready?
My bubbles got burst with the conversation that ensued during our visit. As we sat in our little ladies' corner in that house of mourning, we listened to two married ladies from our church lecture us passively on why marriage is not important. With pale faces and melancholic voices, they lamented on how this thing they had gotten into called marriage wasn't worth anything.
Then they spoke about that thing. The thing marrried people are supposed to enjoy.
I am a certified lover of all things food. I mean, where would we all be without food? What is life without food? Worthless! Now when we make the food we eat super special and delicious, we can live life beautifully. I present to you one of such super special meals. It is my Whole Wheat Banana Pancakes and they will power your mornings like nothing will.
I never used to like this meal. It didn't just make sense to me. Why would you boil potatoes, and beans separately then pound and give adults to eat? Didn't they have teeth to chew? I often looked at my Banso neighbours with "side eyes" when they made the dish. Why don't you just make some nice bean stew to go with the potatoes, I would think.
The other day, I had what I would term the most boring day of my life. I was feeling so unmotivated. I didn't want to do anything. Nada! I didn't want to cook. I even considered getting fastfood for the girls. Then I remembered that I had one lovely white yam in my kitchen.
"...but time and chance happens to them all." Ecclesiastes 9:11b
Mr N and I had a wonderfully short courtship filled with love and romance. He was always holding my hands, looking into my eyes and saying all sorts of sweet somethings to me. Ah! I just couldn't wait to spend the rest of life with this man, who adored me. In fact, I wanted to spend my eternity with him (and I still do). But here is the thing: the hand-holding. sweet talking, sizzling romance that had enveloped me was but a season.
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My love affair with Accra Beans started when I was pregnant with my second girl. Before then, I had not paid much attention to the snack. There is something about pregnancy that makes you love a particular meal so much. Sometimes you could even get addicted to it. That was how Accra Beans hooked me oo.
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Enjoying goodies from the farmer's market. I love how shopping there makes me feel close to nature. In this season, I am cooking lots of Irish Potatoes, vegetables and making fresh juice out of beets and carrots. God placed Adam and Eve in a garden to eat plants. While I am no vegetarian, I totally appreciate the goodness that is in plants so I'll be enjoying all these fresh things before the season is over.