Cooking has evolved, and African men are changing the online and offline narrative. The internet has seen a massive influx of men who run food blogs through pictures and cooking videos.
‘Unhealthy’, and ‘Inedible’ is how palm oil has been described in mainstream media for years. This may not be said or written in literal terms but pieces of evidence and articles all depict this. The idea that palm oil is unhealthy is misinformation shared for a very long time which is deeply rooted in whiteContinue reading “Unearthing The Truth About Palm Oil (Part I)”
In the latest message received on the category Thinking Food 24/7 the fish speaks to us clarifies certain things and gives tips as well.
Even as we go about our day, cooking and consuming plantain it is important you abide by these rules as a consumer.
…I am a spice you know this, I am meant to be used moderately yet you add me in excess and still blame me for being too much who does that? You made the error own up to the mistake you made when..
Nigeria and 44 other countries around the world are said to be exposed to the Ukraine war-induced food crisis, a study by the global management consulting firm, Boston Consulting Group, has shown.
The food podcast that focuses on food reportage and discussion with food-oriented people is back!
Nigerians changed my life the moment they started using me to store other food items like locust beans, leftover foods, and their batch-cooked meals.
Ramadan is a time to reflect on the times of the Prophet Muhammad and also a time to observe the Ramadan fast. Fasting is peculiar to the month just as gifting others and extending love, support and affection to everyone. During fast, the Muslim faithful eat only at Sahur and Iftar. The former is doneContinue reading “5 must add fruits and nuts to your menu this Ramadan.”
Cooking Gene a Journey Through African American Culinary History is a non-fiction food memoir cookbook written by culinary historian, Michael W. Twitty.Afroculinaria creator published this book in 2017 with hopes of telling the African American story through his lens and experience.