Hey guys! How’s it going? By ‘it’, I mean life in general. Life has been pretty boring these past few weeks tbh. I’m thinking of going for like a Lagos tour. Is there anything like that out there? Like a whole day to explore some parts of Lagos because let’s be honest, you can’t do a Lagos tour in one day. Anyway, if you guys know anything about tours and tings, let me know! 🙂
So, I’m sure y’all saw the title of this post and were like ‘When did this one become a food blogger’. Well, If you know me, you’d know cooking is not my favorite thing to do. I can cook.. I think. No seriously, I don’t mean to brag but my fried rice is bae. (People that know KNOW).
So one faithful day, I was home alone. I woke up pretty late so breakfast was done. To be very honest, I’m still working on my ‘Eat breakfast everyday’ thing. It’s going okay for the most part. Anyway, so I decided to cook something pretty easy and quick. I opened the deep freezer (Every family in Nigeria has a deep freezer. I shit you not). I found already blended/cooked pepper. First thing I thought of was rice and stew but honestly, I am over Rice. So I decided to cook spaghetti, the next best option. I didn’t wan’t spaghetti and stew because ew. I made jollof spaghetti instead. It turned out really yummy. Yay me? It was a quick meal too. Oh, I threw in some Dodos because everything is better with Dodo (okay, maybe not everything but you get the point) and a cold can of malt to wash it down.
Hope you enjoyed this post!
(DISCLAIMER: I AM NOT A FOOD BLOGGER OR ANYTHING OF THAT SORT! I’M WAY TOO LAZY TO BE A FOOD BLOGGER.)
Shout out to the food bloggers out there! No, seriously! You guys are amazing.
Fav food bloggers (Okay, I honestly have been following these two for years and they’re my fav!)
You should totally check them out.