. . . how to achieve the same fluffiness as the boxed Pancake mix?
Always have a good breakfast guys, especially if you're not a morning person. It gives you something to look forward to when you wake up . . .
Smoothies are a great start to any day. They're healthy: loaded with vitamins and minerals in concentrations your body will thank you for. Smoothies are also waistline-friendly and they save you time. You can make them the night before but make sure you don't live in those parts of Nigeria where the fridges are safe… Continue reading NO-BREAD MONTH DAY 18: MEET THE MANGO-CADO SMOOTHIE
The tagline for my blog might have folks wondering what relationship exists between food, faith and financial freedom. Well asides from the letter F, and the fact that I'm an incurable foodie who finds a way to loop everything back to food, the relationship is . . . life. That's why this is more a… Continue reading NO-BREAD MONTH DAY 17: A NIGERIAN FAVORITE
Baked Avocado-Eggs garners a great deal of attention on the internet.
Needless to say, I now make the Frittata the right way. I start on the stove-top and finish in oven . . . add a little cream to the eggs . . . and the outcome is amazing . . . far better.
We're halfway through the month of April so I decided to let y'all know I'm good without Bread . . . Not giving up . . . not folding in . . . I'm winning. Well, I can say one thing, it's been tough. Not having the easy way out of stuffing left-over salad between… Continue reading NO-BREAD MONTH DAY 15 – WHEN THE GOING GETS TOUGH
How much variety in a diet is too little and how much is just enough?
I wish Mama had this recipe; she’d never have had to force us to drink up that Ugu juice because this is way tastier and you get the added nutrients from all the other ingredients.
We should all do this more often; improvise, be creative, come up with new ways to use old stuff, new ways to do old stuff.