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|5 Blogs Every Foodie In Nigeria Should Follow by Jovago: 3:27pm On Sep 09, 2015|
Food! Who on earth does not love food? Nigerians certainly do, not necessarily because the nation is a citadel for grubs but for the reason that the human race essentially needs food to survive.
As a multicultural people, Nigeria has a large vault of cuisines from different tribes and ethnic groups and there are some people who now make a living from their love of cooking. They not only make a party of experimenting with food but they also learn, talk about and prepare them, some even go a step further to revamp some of the recipes and blog about it all for the benefit of others.
If you are a food lover and are looking to acquire some local culinary skills, Jovago.com, Africa’s largest hotel booking portal has made a selection of the best Nigerian food blogs to a keep tab on.
Dobby’s Signature is an online journal devoted to exhibiting the best Nigerian dishes across the web. Offering a large collection of how-to photos and videos covering both basic recipes and advanced cooking techniques with infusions from other parts of the world, the blog is one of the best resources for cooking tips. The blog’s lifestyle section known as ‘Street foodie’ follows the host as she explores meals outside the her kitchen at events, restaurants and streets.
The truth remains that you cannot cook any kind of indigenous Nigerian food until you learn the basics, and 9jafoodie is a great place to turn when something stumps you in the kitchen. Founded by Ronke Edoho, the blog includes entries for foods, procedures, and recipes which are rooted in tradition but often presented with a modern flair. The entries include videos which simplify complicated traditional recipes and tips on health and dieting.
Tatashey which aims at “showcasing west African recipes in an appealing way for the purpose of globalization” offers a lot of information on Nigerian meal and drinks. Aside from recipes and step-by-step procedures on how to make certain indigenous dishes, the blog offers captivating and entertaining feature stories, including “the Secret life of a foodie” series which is bound to crack up any true food lover. The mouthwatering photography and videos are key to what really makes Tatashey special.
Afrolems is more than the average food blog. Featuring kitchen tips, cooking know-hows and interesting recipes from all over the African continent, the blog is styled to appeal to a large audience within Nigeria and Canada. It has a business directory where caterers are allowed to list their business and a column where customers in Toronto can order native food packages at different prices starting from $25.
A brilliant blog that is well executed by Dunni Obata, a die-hard food enthusiast, who shares her personal cooking stories and recipes while also fostering a community for food lovers and avid cooks, Dooney’s Kitchen is the perfect blog for today’s Nigerian woman. The ‘experience’ column on the webpage offers cooking classes, food consultation and food pick up and drop off.
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|Re: 5 Blogs Every Foodie In Nigeria Should Follow by damiso(f): 3:53pm On Sep 09, 2015|
Very nice list.
I follow 3 9jafoodie,tatashey and Dooneys kitchen;love Dooneys kitchen a lot though her stories and the fact that she looks for shorter prep methods for naija food prep that can be long)will checkout the other 2.
|Re: 5 Blogs Every Foodie In Nigeria Should Follow by saiprojects(f): 5:04pm On Sep 09, 2015|
www.saiprojectscooking. too :-)
|Re: 5 Blogs Every Foodie In Nigeria Should Follow by tpiander: 5:25pm On Sep 09, 2015|
Seriously, you didn't mention the Koleosho lady?
She's written a book and been blogging for ages I should think.
|Re: 5 Blogs Every Foodie In Nigeria Should Follow by tpiander: 5:28pm On Sep 09, 2015|
Also, an Alhaji who has been in the business for long.
Pictures of his food used to be very common here on nl.
This might be his blog, not sure:
|Re: 5 Blogs Every Foodie In Nigeria Should Follow by Vikkie14: 2:20pm On Sep 11, 2015|
Our Fore Fathers didn't eat all "these" (junk) food, yet they lived longer than an average Human of this generation.
What's with all these "addition and subtraction" that only adds to health deterioration.
|Re: 5 Blogs Every Foodie In Nigeria Should Follow by Nobody: 5:34pm On Sep 11, 2015|
Nky lily blog.great recipds with pictures and video.she even reply msgs. www.nigerianfoodtv.com
|Re: 5 Blogs Every Foodie In Nigeria Should Follow by ayodejy05(m): 9:16pm On Sep 16, 2015|
I visit http://www.foodmage.com
|Re: 5 Blogs Every Foodie In Nigeria Should Follow by FunadoysKitchen(f): 8:23pm On Dec 27, 2015|
Also check out http://www.funadoysrecipes.com
Its not as popular as those listed, its upcoming but its loaded too with detailed recipes
|Re: 5 Blogs Every Foodie In Nigeria Should Follow by macphilip: 12:14pm On Dec 28, 2015|
you can also check http://www.allnigerians.com/food/
|Re: 5 Blogs Every Foodie In Nigeria Should Follow by marylandcakes: 1:14pm On Dec 28, 2015|
Marylandcakes YouTube tv channel
|Re: 5 Blogs Every Foodie In Nigeria Should Follow by coolhamid(m): 2:45pm On Dec 29, 2015|
|Re: 5 Blogs Every Foodie In Nigeria Should Follow by marylandcakes: 5:53pm On Dec 29, 2015|
|Re: 5 Blogs Every Foodie In Nigeria Should Follow by saiprojects(f): 9:57pm On Jan 02, 2016|
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