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20 MINUTE or less Sun-Dried Tomato Basil Shrimp Pasta packed with juicy shrimp (or chicken) and more flavor than a 5 star restaurant at a fraction of the cost!

Dinner: Shrimp, Pasta, and Sundried Tomatoes 20 MINUTE or less Sun-Dried Tomato Basil Shrimp Pasta packed with juicy shrimp (or chicken) and more flavor than a 5 star restaurant at a fraction of the cost!

African Chicken Stew —  African Chicken Stew- A stew like no other. Easy, Aromatic and Flavorful . Great weeknight meal. Paired with Savory Coconut Rice! Stews have always been part of the cuisine in Africa specifically in West African countries like Ghana, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, and my home country Cameroon. Also  popular in some …

Jamaican Oxtail Stew- This Braised Oxtail with butter beans has complex note from allspice but also that familiar garlic, thyme , onion medley. The end product tender flavorful meat.

One of the biggest questions I get is “how do I lose my belly fat? I’ve tried several things but nothing worked”. When I ask what you tried I hear 100 daily sit-ups, cutting calories drastically, excess cardio, fat burners, etc. If you can’t lose your belly fat, you’re using the wrong approach. You don’t …

8 Simple Exercises to Lose Lower Belly Fat-Dieting and exercise go hand in hand. If you thought that only dieting will burn your belly fat, you are wrong. If you really want to lose weight, you need to include an hour of exercise in your da…

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If at times you get caught in a rut doing the same recipes over and over again, here is an African spinach dish that is easy to make, any time of the week with minimal prep work. All you need is spinach, tomatoes, onions, shrimp and smoked turkey and you are on your way …

I first had a sampling of this alluring dish at an African restaurant, in Los Angeles , and all sorts of good memories flooded my brain. I instantly took a fondness for this soup . It reminded me of eru (a soup that is cooked in Cameroon using the sam