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Spinach sauteed in rich, savory stew sauce. A crowd pleaser, always!
Our signature stew sauce is protein-packed and every food lover's dream meal!
Suya crafted the "mai suya" way with Authentic Nigerian suya spice.
"I was in Seattle looking for some good food, and a friend gave me her page, & I gotta say the food was delicious, and she worked with my bad timing ans busy schedule. She made me Egusi just how I like. 10/10 I most say, The jollof the suya and all.
Check it out if you are in the Seattle area."
"We ordered catered food for a recent Nigerian-themed event. Chef Lilian was wonderful to communicate with; she handled all of our questions and special requests. We were unable to coordinate with her Farmer's Market schedule (which would have been ideal), so made the trip down to Des Moines/Kent to pick up the food. Everything was very yummy. Also bought a bag of Chin Chin, which has been a favorite with tea at night since then. Our gathering was for 7 hungry women, but we didn't even eat half of the food! Lots of leftovers for lunches this week! We asked for mild on the spice, but forgot to pick up hot sauce on the side, so the flavors were mellow, but tasty. All of us were new to Nigerian food. Everyone had seconds, and I think the Jollof Rice was the favorite dish. Chef Lilian was so generous as to make a small portion of tomato-free beef stew w/ plantains for one of the guests who can't eat nightshade plants. She was so delightful to work with, and I can't wait to catch up with her at one of the Farmer's Markets she is working at this summer! I need to buy more Chin Chin as a gift for someone special!"