HOME | THE DISHWASHER

If there is one thing the pandemic has taught, me its that the dishwasher is one of the most, if not the most pointless home appliances to be created and installed in a home. I understand that for industrial kitchens and what not and maybe a large family but on the real, it is more…

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THAT’S NOT MY NAME

I have never seen an episode of Love Island, I doubt I ever will, but having followed the recent story of the dispute between Yewande Biala and Lucie Donlan on social media, it’s safe to say I want to fight on Yewande’s behalf. As a child of Nigerian ex-pats, because immigrants is so last year,…

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HOME ALONE- SOLITUDE

My mother was my first country, the first place I ever lived– Nayyirah Waheed. I like to think the flip side of this quote is, the second country you discover and eventually inhabit is yourself. As we step outside of our mothers’ womb, we go on a journey of self-discovery, understanding the many crevices that…

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Memories of Home: The Meat Pie

Growing up in Lagos few things excited me like going to the market with my mother to do the big family shop in Balogun Market for two reasons: ofada rice in leaves and Mr Biggs meat pie. If you have not eaten Mr Biggs meat-pie then you have not lived. If you know, you know…

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