GOOD MOOD FOOD REVIEW – Grilla, Liverpool

Originally posted on GABY MENDES:
Welcome to the second in my blog series of ‘The Good Mood Food Review’. Here you can find out all about those restaurants and bars with feel good food and atmosphere! Recently I was invited to write a review of Grilla, one of my favourite restaurants in Liverpool. I had eaten there before and fell in love with food so… Continue reading GOOD MOOD FOOD REVIEW – Grilla, Liverpool

RESTAURANTS AT LAGOS FOOD REVIEW AND PRICES

Originally posted on Lifestyle blog:
RESTAURANT: CHOW NOODLE BAR LOCATION :LEKKI PHASE 1 PRICE : #1800 If you’re in LAGOS Nigeria and you feel lazy to get out of bed to cook or drive to the nearest restaurant, just order a box of CHOW from Chow Noodle Bar , I promise it’s worth the taste and every penny. RESTAURANT: THE HARVEST LOCATION: LEKKI PHASE 1,… Continue reading RESTAURANTS AT LAGOS FOOD REVIEW AND PRICES

Silk & Satin: Food Tasting at Faji Steakhouse | Abuja

Originally posted on SalmahXO:
📍13, Amazon Street, Maitama, Abuja. So your girl was invited to a ‘food tasting’ event over the weekend. I was so excited cause that meant I’d be able to eat a variety of food all in one seating! I was also excited at the thought of meeting fellow foodies and how we would discuss the food and I’d hear everyones different… Continue reading Silk & Satin: Food Tasting at Faji Steakhouse | Abuja

Purple Bistro Lagos: Review

Originally posted on Adeyiinka's Blog:
Purple Bistro opened in a social media frenzy. Twitter buzzed with pictures and videos of the new restaurant and it immediately stirred up excitement in me. https://twitter.com/purplebistrolag/status/1107918700202655744?s=21 The restaurant opened in Unilag and it just so happened, a day after it’s opening I was in school getting some things sorted so naturally  I decided to have some food. ?… Continue reading Purple Bistro Lagos: Review

Kilishi

Food Review: Yahuza Kilishi (Dried Meat)

Yahuza Suya Spot Nig. Ltd is known for making the best Suya in Abuja. Beef, chicken, kidney, liver, gizzard; You name it? They have got it. Fresh off the grill, briskly chopped and neatly wrapped in aluminum foil, with the choice of raw cabbage, onions and Yaji, they also sell the fluffiest Masa I have ever had. But, this is not a Suya review. I’m here about their Kilishi. Continue reading Food Review: Yahuza Kilishi (Dried Meat)

Food Photography: Ewedu and Yellow Pepper

I’ve been pleased and humbled by the comments and email responses on previous Food Photography posts here and I’m delighted to share more of my work with you. Inspired by an image on Pinterest, I decided to do this shoot with yellow pepper and a fork. I was taken by the simplicity of the concept; minimalist with strong contrast, and the clarity of the message.

Yellow Scotch Bonnet Peppers Isolated on Black background with stainless metal fork for Nigerian and West African cooking, dark food photography and rustic concept
Yellow Scotch Bonnet Peppers Isolated on Black background with stainless metal fork for Nigerian and West African cooking, dark food photography and rustic concept
Yellow Scotch Bonnet Peppers Isolated on Black background with green leafy vegetable spinach in background for Nigerian and West African cooking, dark food photography and rustic concept
Yellow Scotch Bonnet Peppers Isolated on Black background with green leafy vegetable spinach in background for Nigerian and West African cooking, dark food photography and rustic concept
Yellow Scotch Bonnet Peppers Isolated on Black background for Nigerian and west African cuisine and dark food photography
Yellow Scotch Bonnet Peppers Isolated on Black background for Nigerian and west African cuisine and dark food photography

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Food Photography: Okro Soup

I’ll be honest and admit that I wasn’t prepared for how beautiful this Okro looked on camera. Zooming in close, my lenses picked up on those tiny delicate hairs on the okro pod, giving so much texture to this simple vegetable. I fell in love with the pentagon shape of the okra slices and the small white seeds. I wish I had a proper micro lens so I could really capture the intricate details of this beautiful vegetable. Continue reading Food Photography: Okro Soup