A step into Azmera Restaurant instantly creates the impression of fine relaxed dining with an initial delightful surprise at it's refreshing interiors . The award-winning restaurant has undergone subtle yet noticeable revamping of it's interiors to one of modern-rustic chic details.
My love for cooking actually started in my childhood as mentioned earlier but it was my time in Spain during an out-of-job stint when my husband gave me the idea to further pursue my passion by going to a chef school.
Fraudsters in Ghana have taken to Facebook as their hideout for duping unsuspecting individuals especially young women of thousands of cedis. 'Cathy' ( real name withheld for personal safety reasons) was one of such women duped from almost GHC 15K and she reached out to share her story to help raise awareness about their adopted strategies and to possibly save the next woman from their deception.
People used to think it was so odd for me to travel on my own to a remote place for my time of rejuvenation. They would often enquire of my travelling compatriots to which I would respond, "I am not going with anyone." Odd. This is my me-time why would I need company?
It wasn't simply a food market to experience the different foods (Jollof and grills mostly) and drinks ( exotic cocktails, palmwine and fresh juices) but with regards to content it was a fresh breath of air of mixing entertainment with eats. FUN, FOOD, FABNESS!
How many Saturday's in a year do you get food events all happening on the same day in the city of Accra? Ummm...like almost never right? But today is one of those rare glorious weekends where foodies in the city can rejoice 💃🏾💃🏾💃🏾 as the dawn ushers in three food events.
How's that for awesomeness! Too cool, I know 😄. I recently had my natural hair done at Exotic Trends salon at the Marina Mall and as a natural hair ambassador I fell in love with the Mizani Hair Products which was used to give me a whole hair styling routine.
It was just another busy day for my husband as he left home to run errands in town. He had barely been gone for 3 hours when my phone rang. He was so calm and collected when he said, ' I have been arrested for expiry of the car insurance. I am going to the police station with the policeman.'
So should miracles have a price tag? It's not a yes or no answer for me but how the asking of Christians to give is presented which becomes an issue for some and myself. Is it possible to ask Christians to give without the promise of a 24 hour miracle but to give and live in expectancy of God’s blessings?