Fast food shops are everywhere in the less affluent areas of the United Kingdom's towns and cities targeting young adults. The question is are fast food the main cause of obesity?
So I have a somewhat shocking secret to share – I am not a foodie *insert covered face emoji*
“But wait are you not Tokunbo of Tokunbo’s Kitchen?”
Yes indeed I am. You see, what I am trying to say is that I am not a foodie in the sense that I am quite fussy about what I eat. However I enjoy cooking and I especially love creating meals for others and seeing the satisfaction on their faces. It’s a feeling second to none.
Let's get one thing straight - when we think of our heritage, history, tribe or language and link it to our childhood, one of the first things that people talk about is food. Where did we smell this food? I guarantee you it was from the top or bottom of the stairs, at the front door or on the (skirt, trousers or wrapper) of the person that was cooking notably your mother or grandmother. Am I right? The smell that indicated lunch or dinner time, tearing you away from play, homework or tv.