The Whole Truth About Party Jollof

Over the years, I’ve learned not to rely on Party Jollof – anticipate it but don’t rely solely on it. If you haven’t settled on this yet, you can give it a shot and share your experience with the virtual world… DM me maybe. ➡ 

Jollof 101

The key to understanding the basics of Jollof is no different from understanding the basics of life – this is not an exaggeration, it is truth. Before I share my Jollof recipe with you, allow me to let you in on a little known secret about this delightful meal.

An 8-Hour Crush Story

Surprisingly, the little things that cause a category of women to crush on other men have no if not less bearing on physical appearances, although physical appearances play a critical role. Exactly 4hrs ago, Nick Seun Adatsi pushed one of my vulnerable buttons in a simple online platform mention, and I crushed in a heartbeat.

Listen! Sister Deborah Says Nigerian Jollof Tastes Funny : “Moral of The Story – Learn How To Cook”

Will this ever stop? Who cares if Ghanaian Jollof is better than Nigerian Jollof? What if the cook if Ghanaian but preparing the meal in Nigeria? What if he’s 0.5 Ghanaian and 0.5 Nigerian yet cooks sumptuous Jollof? Clearly Sister Debbie cares.

The Most Influential Citizens of JOLLOF Nation (MICOF) React To “Jollof Rice Mix”

We silently put up with the ‘Neat Series’ of foods, and although some young traditional homes chipped it in in their kitchens occasionally, we remained loyal to our indigenous foods when we didn’t permit the Neat Series of Food to outdo our home-grown meals. But for Jollof, hah! Darling… think again.

Writer’s Block S#cks!!

Israel Allende says “write what cannot be forgotten”. Let me try; This picky sentence has been re-written innumerable times in different way. It started with the story of a sheep, distorted to the couple I saw last night touching each other behind my house, then I began to narrate the story of the lady who got attacked by armed robbers in my neighborhood –no I didn’t witness it, mother put in the picture. I’ll try not to delete this sentence… phew! I didn’t. Heard of the Ghanaian couple who recently gave birth at Bradford Royal Infirmary to their third set […]

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