Month: February 2016

Faith

THE PROPHET

The brother walks to the altar and begins his routine manifesto. “Tithing is a command from the Lord. You have to give back one tenth of what God has blessed you with to Him.” He peeks at the congregation through the reading glasses hanging on the bridge of his nose. […]

Precious Kitchen

CAMEROON FISH PEPPER SOUP

Let’s face it: it’s not everyday that you jump into the kitchen and grab a knife with the ambition to cook a storm. Even for an unrepentant foodie like me, some days are just not kitchen friendly. It is on such days that I make a quick and delicious fix. […]

Precious Kitchen

PEPPERED CHICKEN GIZZARDS RECIPE

In past years we were told that only African men are allowed to eat the gizzard from chicken. When a fowl was killed in our house, the gizzard was reserved for my Dad who will masticate it, well adjusted in his position as “Head of the Home”. I don’t know if they […]

News n Features

8 THINGS TO DRAW FROM NATHALIE KOAH’S STORY

For the past weeks, the Cameroon social media scene has been raging with posts and comments about Nathalie Koah’s saga. Nathalie Koah a former Cameroonian air-hostess had a passionate 7 year relationship with popular Cameroonian footballer, Samuel Eto’o. According to story-tellers, she walked out of the relationship and the footballer […]

Precious Kitchen

CAMEROONIAN FOOD: BORN HOUSE PLANTI RECIPE

Some days ago, I read an article on my sister and friend’s blog, Joy2Endure which x-rayed one thing we are losing on our way to civilisation- “Born House” celebrations. Born House is the colloquial expression used in Cameroon to describe a ceremony that is (or was) usually organised to welcome a new […]