African Supper Club in Sussex & London
I have been on a journey, a journey of exploration of good food. Food provenance is very important to me and it is my joy to use fresh and local produce in my cooking. Upon Arrival in Nigeria, after 6 months in England, I embarked on a road trip around some
Well into mango season, driving past Kodo village in Niger State, Nigeria, my mother and I came across women selling mangoes under a bush of mango trees.
I am excited to announce the launch of my new food column in The Guardian Newspaper in Nigeria.
*Naijanomads Note: Hi guys! We are introducing a new segment to the blog and our readers who take foodcations will be really excited about this. On Nomad EATS, we will be getting a bit of a history lesson from our resident foodie/chef as well as how to prepare simple variations of dishes from across the globe. Great way to experience cultures without leaving the confines of your home! Lerato Umah – AKA Tomato Lagos is a television broadcaster, TV chef and food writer ( http://www.leratolovesfood.com). Our foodcentric nomad eats her way around the world and recreates her foodie experiences using easy and quick recipes.You can find her on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook – @lerato_tomato It is often perplexing to people to hear that I hadn’t eaten my first ‘authentic’ curry until my late teens, even after being born and part bred in the United Kingdom. I had Indian neighbors and best friends, and although I have never been to India, just like you, I always thought curry was ‘Indian’. Google, age and experience as a food writer,…