Sunday, 28th November 2021
Breaking News:


30 May
The honey garlic shrimp is a simple dish that can be cooked in 20 minutes but it packs a powerful flavour that would wow your taste buds. It is best served with rice and a chilled cocktail. Ingredients ● 1/3 cup honey ● ¼ cup soy sauce (we usually use reduced sodium) ● 2 garlic…
29 Dec 2019
One dish that never seems to get old is rice, especially in this part of the world, where events or family gatherings are incomplete without rice. This can be seen in the different forms it takes to the side dishes compatible with it. We are constantly looking up ways to accommodate it into our eating…
26 Jun 2018
If you are a fan of shrimp and garlic, this recipe is for you. It's fast and delicious. You can enjoy the delicacy on its own or serve as a side on rice or any food of your choice. Ingredients 1/2 kg shrimp, peeled and deveined with tails removed 5 cloves garlic, minced finely 1…


26 mins ago
It doesn’t take long before one knows that Dr Busola Tejumola’s values and who she is today were shaped by the learnings from her family. Born into a family of an educationist grandmother and her parents, education enthusiasts themselves, the life lessons instilled in her have now shaped her worldview and how she responds to…
1 hour ago
Thomas Mueller says Bayern Munich team-mate Robert Lewandowski must be awarded the Ballon d'Or trophy when the winner is announced on Monday.
1 hour ago
The Federal Government’s newfound zest to float the controversial national carrier, Nigeria Air, next year, has spiked concerns in the industry, in a manner that questions both the feasibility and intent of the high-capital venture.
1 hour ago
The Minister of Youth and Sports Development, Sunday Dare, has said that the 2022 UNILAG-NUGA Games will provide undergraduates with the opportunity to also showcase their hidden talents.
1 hour ago
“Yiyo ekun, ti ojo ko,” so goes the Yoruba saying. It translates to, ‘The gentility of a tiger is not a sign of weakness.’ In the jungle, ‘that the lion is master of stealth does not translate to fear.’ That is what the Yoruba saying is affirming in those words.