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Ok guys, here is another food event you wouldn’t want to miss for anything. I gladly invite to this year’s FIESTA OF FLAVOUR. For those that were there for the 2017 edition, you can testify that it was a bomb. Family and friends enjoyed themselves. On an exciting note๐Ÿ˜Š, this year’s Fiesta of Flavours- the food souk promise to be much better and fun filling than ever before. Come with your friends and family to get the best Nigerian chefs and enthusiasts has to offer. Come and experience the joy of eating like never before. VENUE: Harbour Point, Victoria Island, Lagos DATE: Sunday, December 9th, 2018. TIME: 11am- 9mp GATE FEE: FREE!๐Ÿ˜ฎ FREE!!๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š FREE!!!.๐Ÿ’ƒ๐Ÿ’ƒ๐Ÿ’ƒ Visit IG page for more info: @fiestaofflavours


Gold and silver spoons To the curious mind they say liveth knowledge (okay nobody said that). Have you stopped to imagine how something came into existence. At Least, we can trace the invention of telephones, cars and other traceable invention. What of those things that is as old and primitive as man’s  existence. One of those inventions is one of our favourite kitchen utensils (at least one of my mine), the spoon. Ride along with me. The exact date of the first use of spoon is not known yet,Though pre-modern society were foretold to have used shells and woods to scoop food, the archaeological findings  have placed the presence of ornamental and religious spoons around 1000 BC. The spoons then were made of ivory, slates, woods and flint and they were used by the Egyptian priests and Pharaohs. On the body of the spoons were important religious events carved in them.   Hand carved spoons. Coming down to the Greek and Roman Empire, spoons made with silver and bronze


Knorr Taste Quest Season 5. Okay guys, this is top secret. Did I tell you I was auditioned for recent Knorr taste quest season 5 edition, i.e the battle of flavours edition. Yes, I applied, got shortlisted, and was auditioned. Before someone start saying this guy is one badass dude, let me break to you that I was not picked for stage three because I messed up pretty bad. I got so confined to the box that I couldn't think outside it. So here is what really took place. Gbolabo Adebakin; winner of KTQ season 5. On the first day of the audition, which was meant to be round one, we were asked different questions relating to our knowledge of the kitchen and how conversant we were with food terminologies. I particularly was asked to briefly explain the things I have done in the kitchen that is not the normal day recipe routines. After busting out with crazy recipes and some improvisation techniques have used in the past, I was given the green signal to the next round. I went ho