Tips for Planning a 90’s party

So I celebrated my birthday early last month and I was super blessed and highly favored to have been pleasantly surprised by my amazing friends with a 90’s themed party. Although, they refuse to share the behind-the-scenes planning with me (yes, imma call all of you out on the blog, lol), I decided to shareContinue reading “Tips for Planning a 90’s party”

Cooking with Mo: One Pot Plantain & Potato Recipe

A quick and easy recipe if you need lunch/dinner ideas. 1. Firstly, season and grill chicken wings in the oven. As a professed #ChickenLover I say whenever in doubt always cook your protein first!  2. Dice and boil your plantain and potatoes

Cooking with Mo: Pasta ‘n’ Sweet Pork

It seems this quarantining period has left everyone with a lot of time on our hands as well as extra inspiration with all the posts we are seeing on the timeline these days. Moreover, a girl has gotta eat, so check out my attempt at making my version of a tomato based pasta and sweetContinue reading “Cooking with Mo: Pasta ‘n’ Sweet Pork”

Travelling Dishes from Aunty Dupe’s Buka

If you’re looking for a great event to attend this summer, you should check out Travelling Dishes from Aunty Dupe’s Buka. Musing with Mo was very lucky enough to sit down with the founder and creator of Aunty Dupe’s Buka, Dupe Adedeji and here is what she had to say. In your own words could youContinue reading “Travelling Dishes from Aunty Dupe’s Buka”

Mo’s Easy-Peasy Cinnamon Rolls

Bake & Grow So as I stated at the start of this year, ya girl is really trying to grow and challenge herself out here. Growth is so important and so beautiful so I decided to go out of my comfort zone and post a little bake-with-me-esque post today. (I had started a Cooking withContinue reading “Mo’s Easy-Peasy Cinnamon Rolls”

A Taste of The South

So, over time I have developed an interest in Southern cuisine. In particular with the much loved Jambalaya dish. I do believe my first experience of trying ‘Jambalaya‘ was at a Boston Pizza’s restaurant. If you’re not familiar with Boston Pizza’s style of cuisine, let’s just say it is not Southern cuisine! So, although itContinue reading “A Taste of The South”

Cooking with Mo: Jollof Brown Rice and BBQ infused Chicken wings

After all the eating out I had done in the past few months, I felt inspired to try out making my own cultural dishes at home. Only, it included a Mo’ Twist. The goal was to make Jollof rice using Brown rice as a healthier alternative, with BBQ infused chicken wings (basically add BBQ sauceContinue reading “Cooking with Mo: Jollof Brown Rice and BBQ infused Chicken wings”

Foodiebration! Part 2

Over the past month, I have been able to try out different types of cuisines that I had never had before. I share some of my ‘food’ experiences. 1.  Chinese Hot Pot So the first cuisine I had was Chinese Hot Pot. I had never been to a hot pot restaurant before, therefore I hadContinue reading “Foodiebration! Part 2”