BUY TODAY'S PUNCH NEWSPAPER TO READ MY INTERVIEW | 24, JULY 2016

A few minutes ago I grabbed a copy of PUNCH Newspaper just right outside my Church because I couldn't wait to flip to page 28 to see my feature in it! I was interviewed and this was all about my fun trip to South Africa! If you did not follow my South African Tour Diary you can start by checking out Durban Diary 1 HERE and Durban Diary 2 HERE.Also Day 3 HERE , Day 4 HERE and Day 5 HERE

POTATO & TURKEY CURRY/POTTAGE


I am very excited about today's recipe because I concocted it in my kitchen. I've been struggling thinking up a name for it and a Potato Curry/Pottage is all that keeps coming to my head. Remember my Vegetable Chicken Curry/Gravy back in 2013? I mentioned  in that post that Potato got make sense with this gravy and I was right! 3 years later I experimented with my idea and the results were fantastic!!! Why did I take so long to try it? Let's fast forward to the recipe. Oh, before we fast forward, can we just take a moment to appreciate my food photography journey? LOL. The pictures of that recipe then vs now...the difference is clear. That's growth!

HOW TO LOOK 10 YEARS YOUNGER!


Can you take a minute to look at the mirror? Are you pleased with what you see? Do people keep asking you if you’re getting enough sleep? Do you get scared when your birthday approaches? If your answer is yes to it all then Botox and fillers are the solutions you need. 

HOW TO SUCCEED IN A TOUGH ECONOMY! YES YOU CAN!

The first time I met Mr Kelechi Amadi Obi was when I was preparing for my wedding in 2014. My wedding was organised by My Big Nigerian Wedding (it was a competition where my husband and I won a free wedding (forreal...see it HERE, HERE, even HERE sef). Mr Kelechi was the official photographer and he took some of our pre-wedding photos. When I met him for the first time I was basically blown away by how charismatic and passionate he was about everything he was talking about. He had a glint in his eye, and he would gesticulate dramatically-it was infectious! LOL. He talked about so many things, Bobo and I were so drawn into his conversations. 

SISI WEEKLY : EP #54 "SISIYEMMIE'S SOUTH AFRICAN TOUR 2 | DURBAN JULY, MANDELA CAPTURE SITE

I finally have been able to edit Part 2 of my South African Tour! I think this video is one of my favourites! We had fun. I spent an amazing 8 days travelling to South Africa with Kelechi Amadi Obi, Tiwa Savage, Juliet ibrahim, AY (Ayo Makun) Eki Ogunbor, Praiz, Jennifer, Tewa Onasanya, Hloni Pitso, Jimi Ayo, Chuks, Yvonne Nelson, Dotun CoolFM, Tosin Ajibade, Reggie & Eben.

17 SCENARIOS THAT ARE TOO REAL FOR NIGERIAN BLOGGERS

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When you are invited for a meeting and you get prepped, drive all the way from mainland to the island, discuss ideas and then when it comes to budget they say "sorry we don't have a budget"

NIGERIAN COCONUT RICE RECIPE

If you're observant you will realise I have a thing for coconuts, this explains why I have a Coconut Jollof Rice Recipe HERE and a Coconut Fried Rice HERE I made last Christmas -Both Epic! Have you tasted the Coconut Doughnut from Shoprite? It's one of my favourites...I mentioned it in one of my vlogs. Yum! Today let's do plain coconut rice, simples! Coconut rice is really simple to make; just a mixture of coconut, rice and spices!

SISI WEEKLY "EP 53" : FROM NIGERIA TO SOUTH AFRICA - 1


I spent an amazing 8 days travelling to South Africa with Kelechi Amadi Obi, Tiwa Savage, Juliet ibrahim, AY (Ayo Makun) Eki Ogunbor, Praiz, Jennifer, Tewa Onasanya, Hloni Pitso, Jimi Ayo, Chuks, Yvonne Nelson, Dotun CoolFM, Tosin Ajibade, Reggie & Eben. See what we get up to in the first few days.  Did you see my posts? Durban Diary 1 HERE and Durban Diary 2 HERE.Also Day 3 HERE , Day 4 HERE and Day 5 HERE .

SISIYEMMIE'S SOUTH AFRICAN TOUR | DIARY DAY 6 | GOD'S WINDOW, ELEPHANT WHISPERS & THREE RONDAVELS


Siyabona! Today's activity was one of my highlights in South Africa because it was the day I visited God's Window, the day I rode on an elephant, visited Bourke Lucks Potholes, and the day I visited the Three Rondavels. At night we had a bonfire which was amazeballs! Epic tinz! There is an interesting story of each adventure and I cannot wait to share it with you. You know I love adventure. Come with me. 

SISIYEMMIE'S SOUTH AFRICAN TOUR | DIARY DAY 5 | MPUMALANGA- WHERE THE SUN RISES


On the 5th day of our time in South Africa, we moved to Mpumalanga, and it is Zulu which means "the place where the sun rises from"...I even joked about calling Tito my "Mpumalanga" 😍. Mpumalanga is in the East of South Africa. Tourists come here for a variety of reasons but majorly for Kruger National Park which is a huge nature reserve with abundant wildlife including big game and then there is the province's iconic Blyde River Canyon, one of the largest in the world!

HOW TO MAKE AKARA!

Akara is a popular Nigerian food made from beans. The beans is peeled, washed, blended, mixed with a few spices and deep fried. Akara can also be called Bean Cakes\Bean Balls and in some parts of Brazil and other parts of West Africa it is called Acarajé. I know, I know...Akara does not need any introduction, but I have come to the realisation that Nigerians are not the only ones who check out my recipes, hence, the description.
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