baby-im-fiending4you:

OMG YESSS!!! I reblog it EVERYTIME I see it!!!


Perfection.

baby-im-fiending4you:

OMG YESSS!!! I reblog it EVERYTIME I see it!!!

Perfection.

(Source: sytycdphotosets, via redfanatic)

chanel-and-louboutins:

✝


Hmm, a bit longer hemwise and I’d love it.

chanel-and-louboutins:

Hmm, a bit longer hemwise and I’d love it.

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therealview:

"African Renaissance”, located near the airport in Dakar (Senegal) stands 49m tall on the top of a 100m high hill. The tallest statue in the world outside of Eurasia.

Love it.

therealview:

"African Renaissance”, located near the airport in Dakar (Senegal) stands 49m tall on the top of a 100m high hill. The tallest statue in the world outside of Eurasia.

Love it.

(via blvckxfatale)

popculturebrain:

New Trailer: ‘Orange Is the New Black' Season 2 - June 6

SOON.

(via ethiopienne)

I shall call her … Lucretia. SHE’S SO FLUFFY I WANNA DIE. (at O’Connor)

I shall call her … Lucretia. SHE’S SO FLUFFY I WANNA DIE. (at O’Connor)

I have an increasing affection for pugs which I find troubling.

I have an increasing affection for pugs which I find troubling.

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I am not the problem.

If others want to project their insecurities onto me, that’s fine. I’m not going to bite, and I’m certainly not going to blame myself anymore or try to change my behaviour to allow for their issues.

I’m going to be honest and reasonable and I think that’s all anyone can expect of me.

dynamicafrica:

Introducing ‘Fomi’: Ethiopian designer Afomia Tesfaye’s luxury leather and footwear label.

Birthed in 2011 through the vision of it’s ambitious founder, designer and creator Afomia Tesfaye, FOMI is a collection of luxury handbags and footwear that consists of locally sourced materials and is made in Tesfaye’s homeland of Ethiopia.

Representing the young entrepreneurs foray into the world of design for the very first time, Tesfaye’s interest in design and fashion was cultivated by her travels throughout her childhood as the daughter of a diplomat.

After earning a degree in Literature from UCLA, and with experience at top fashion publications, Tesfaye travelled back to Ethiopia with the intention of developing an accessories line. She soon found out a critical fact that would then propel her to birth FOMI. Ethiopia produces some of the world’s finest quality leather. Armed with this quality assurance, Tesfaye began to work on her first collection and the rest, as they say, is history.

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All Africa, All the time.

JE VEUX ALLER EN AFRIQUE AUSSI.

You are beautiful, but learn to work, for you cannot eat your beauty.
━ Congolese Proverb (Central Africa)

(Source: beautiesofafrique)

cuisinemonde:

Bonjour à tous, aujourd’hui voici une recette de Kédjénou de poulet, plat originaire de Côté d’Ivoire et plus particulièrement de la basse côte.
Tout d’abord que veut dire Kédjénou ?
En langue baoulé, kédjénou signifie mélanger. Le kédjénou est tout simplement une préparation à l’étouffée. Traditionnellement, il se compose de viande, souvent du poulet, et de légumes. Ils sont mis dans un canari (marmite traditionnel en terre cuite) bien fermé et placé sur la braise.
Ici, nous allons le faire avec une cocote minute!


Ingrédients :

  • 6 Tomates
  • 4 aubergines africaines
  • 6 Oignons
  • 4 à 6 cuisses de poulet
  • 2 gousses d’ail
  • 2 gros cubes maggi

Couper les oignons et les tomates en rondelles puis placer les ingrédients dans la cocote dans l’ordre en suivante la photo :
La moitié des tomates, la moitié des aubergines, la moitié des oignons, 1 gousse d’ail, 1 cube maggi, le poulet, 1 gousse d’ail, 1 cube maggi, et le reste des légumes.
Mètre à cuire dans la cocote et lorsqu’elle siffle attendre 15 minutes et c’est prêt. Après cuisson rajouter sel, poivre, et du cube maggi si nécessaire.
La quantité de légumes est à ajuster selon la taille de votre cocote.

A servir avec de l’attiéké ( spécialité de la basse côté ivoirienne. On la surnomme le couscous de manioc. Il s’agit d’une farine de manioc lavée, pressée, et séchée au soleil) ou du riz.

Bon appétit !!!

J’aime me some Kedjanou tho.