31 Oct Top Three Food Shows to Follow
It’s an exciting new week. Did you notice how fast the weekend flew by? One minute it was Friday, then you blinked and suddenly it’s Monday and you’re rushing out to work? Yeah, welcome to the new week.
So, let’s talk about food shows. We all remember food shows we saw growing up. The ‘shokoyokoto’ types. The cook books, some good, others badly written with recipes that ruined your day.
Well, there are new food shows today and thankfully, most are good. I’ve made a list of the top three you should absolutely follow if you want to learn how to make new dishes or, you know, have fun watching chefs make new dishes.
1. Chow Files: Chow Files is a food show hosted by Nigerian actress, Lota Chukwu. If you follow food shows, you know Lota is a self confessed food enthusiast. In fact, she had one other food show before Chow Files called Lota Takes and she did well with it, featuring the likes of Adekunle Gold, Olori Supergal, and whipping up delicacies that sent the taste buds into hyper mode.
With Chow Files, she’s doing something similar, only that this time, she isn’t doing the cooking. She’s watching celebrity chefs do the cooking while she asks helpful questions that help you learn and cook along.
2. Telande World: The goal at Telande World is to fundamentally change the way the world appreciates and engages with African food. To achieve this, the chef has taken on a challenge to introduce creative and exceptional ways food in general could be exploited and unconventionally manipulated with a focus on African food.
3. Nigerian Food TV: Hosted by Nky Lily, the Nigerian Food TV gives a breakdown of Nigerian food and takes readers and followers through a step by step guide to cooking favorite Nigerian dishes like Ewa agonyin, Jollof rice, coconut fried rice, Nigerian suya, Nigerian pepper soup, minced meat and cabbage stew, how to make Chapman.
She appears to know what she’s talking about too judging by the number of feedbacks she gets from followers of the show. You too can start following the show.
So, there’s that. Feel free to let us know what you think after watching all or one of those shows and if you want to see Chefs do their thing and have a taste of over 40 varieties of food, you need to attention the Porkoyum Food Festival holding this Saturday, November 3, 2018 at the Muri Okunola Park in Victoria Island. All you need to do is visit: https://www.porkoyum.com/foodfest