This episode explores how a bad review at work launched the food media career of Ozoz Sokoh, a food adventurer, and champion of Nigerian cuisine. After moving to the Netherlands, she finds herself homesick for the foods of her childhood so she began writing about food as a way to remember, to call back fond memories. Overtime, that effort to reach back, helped pull her forward into purpose. In this episode you will experience Ozoz's infectious energy, and love of cuisine, her insatiable curiosity about food culture, and her perspective on how food brings us all together as one human family. Towards the end she shares intimate details of her experience with one of her heroes, the late great journalist, Mr. Anthony Bourdain. This is an episode you do not want to miss.
From accountant to curator. Adenrele Sonariwo took a chance on a dream. Leaving a stable job behind in the US the decided to try her hand at the world of art. Although she’s not an artist herself, she has created institutions dedicated to the elevation, education, and curation of Nigerian...
Obinna Okerekeocha is the Creative Director of Red Tv, and online content platform powered by the United Bank of Africa. They are known for shows like Our Best Friends Wedding, and most recent success, The Men's Club.
This episode takes you through Obinna's family legacy of artists from his...