Buttery Suya Crabs

Suya and crabs mixed together is heaven. Try my new invention!!


2 crab claws

3 tbsp of minced garlic

3 tbsp of chopped fresh rosemary

cajun spice

kegos kitchen suya spice ( or any Suya spice lol)

garlic powder


black pepper

2 tbsp of brown sugar

2 tbsp of harbanero sauce

1/2 lemon

1/2 a stick of butter

Preheat oven to 350

Begin to melt butter in a small pot on low heat. Add in rosemary and garlic. Next add in 2 pinches of the above seasoning ( except for the suya ). Lastly squeeze in the lemon juice. Allow to simmer, then add in brown sugar.

Sprinkle about 3 tbsp of suya spice over the crab

With a brush, begin to baste the crab legs with the sauce. When done place in oven for 20 minutes. At 10 minute mark remove and re-baste with the liquid in the pan.

Garnish with chopped parsley.


Brunch Restaurant Review : Bernadines


Looking for a new Brunch spot in Houston, then you definitely need to give Bernadine’s a try. Thanks to my friends over at the @thrillist, for the recommendation. Bernadine’s has a very modern look . My God daughter, Savannah was my date, she kept busy looking the scenery. Nothing better than having brunch in a soothing environment. For appetizers, I ordered some fresh oysters from Canada and a Oyster shooter. The oyster shooter was pretty interesting, it’s a shot made of Tabasco, vodka, and an oyster. It was amazing, if you love oysters, you should definitely try this Sizzling shot. After doing some research on what to order I chose to order the Black pepper biscuit Rockefeller, lumped crab, fried oysters, and eggs. Needless to say I made the right choice. From the fresh-layered biscuit to the crunchy fried oysters, it had my taste buds dancing for more. For drinks I had a classic mimosa which was pretty strong ( just the way I like it ) and a strawberry margarita with jalapeños. Yes, jalapeños!, Lol the sweet and spicy combination made this drink so good. Some other perks about Bernadine’s is that there is a free valet and the all the staff were quiet welcoming. I give Bernadine’s a 9/10. Also, guess what ? I’m an official member of the Houston Heights drinking and social club. Yipee! I hope this brunch review helps. Keep on brunching foodies!


Black pepper biscuit Rockefeller, lumped crab, fried oysters, and eggs
Canadian Oysters

Beef Fried Rice (Nigerian Style)


Fried rice is a staple meal in Nigeria, the country that I come from. Typically fried rice is made with shrimp or chicken. But Bae made a special request today, he wanted fried rice with beef. I gladly accepted the challenge. Hope you guys enjoy this recipe


1 1/2 lbs of fine diced stewed beef

2 yellow onions

3 habanero

thumb sized fresh ginger

2 1/2 cups of parboiled rice

1 maggi


1 small bag of frozen mixed vegetables

1 large green bell pepper


Season your beef with your favorite seasonings ( salt, pepper, ginger, thyme,garlic powder, onion powder,Adobo etc ) Add in 1 maggi cube and 1 chopped yellow onion. Also add in 2 habanero and chopped ginger. Cover your pot and cook for 20 -30 minutes until done.  Drain meat and seat aside.

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Pour 1 and 1/2 cups of water into your broth. Next pour in parboiled rice into the broth mixture ( make sure the broth is covering the rice) Begin to cook on medium heat until boiled. Cover the pot and allow to cook until all the liquid is dried up, making sure the rice is not to soft.



Ok now time for the frying part.


Set up your ingredients, like above. I  like to fry my rice in batches. So in a frying pan heat up 2 tbsp of oil. Throw in a small handfull of onions and green pepers, saute for 30 seconds. Then next add in a handful of veggies, stir fry for one minute. Next up add in 1 hand full of beef. Then finally add in the rice. Stir fry for another 1 minute.  Season each batch with curry powder. Repeat the above steps for every batch.


When done combine all the batches together under medium low heat and stir with spoon for 2 minutes. Thats it your done! Enjoy


** Fitfam option, exchange the white rice for brown rice.IMG_8742.PNG





Jollof Stuffed Peppers


Who doesn’t love stuffing a bell pepper ? Layered with Plaintain and Spicy goat meat, so yummy. Try this recipe out today and let me know what you think!


1 medium size green bell pepper

½ – 1 cup of Jollof Rice

(Recipe on my blog)

salt and pepper

Preheat oven to 350

Cut ½ of inch off the top of a bell pepper

Coat skin of bell pepper with oil and season with salt and black pepper

Fill the bell pepper with Jollof rice

Place in baking pan

Bake for 20 to 25 minutes

Top with plantain and Goat meat