All posts by Musu's Delectables

About Musu's Delectables

I am a creative cook. I develop recipes around core ingredients found in tropical regions, mostly in tropical West Africa. The essence of my creations are deeply rooted in the delicious flavors, tastes, and smells of the fruits, vegetables, roots, nuts and spices of my native Liberia in West Africa. My creations do not contain artificial flavors or preservatives. My goal is to create foods that are fresh, flavorful and delicious, and retains the natural flavor of the core ingredient.

How I Piggy Bank: The Strategy That Helps Me Save More

I have always had a piggy bank of sorts for as long as I can remember. The purpose was always the same over the years. I kept a piggy bank to save money to buy a specific item or to save for the holidays. There were times when I actually maintained a piggy bank just to get rid of coins or loose change to make my purse lighter. Continue reading How I Piggy Bank: The Strategy That Helps Me Save More

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Holiday Pressures and 4 Questions You Need to Ask Yourself

The holidays bring joy and a warm heart to everyone. It is a time when we are a bit light-hearted, cheerful, in the mood for festivities and warming up to friendships. Despite the cheers and festivities, the holidays can sometimes also be a time of stress for many. Continue reading Holiday Pressures and 4 Questions You Need to Ask Yourself

The One Habit You Must Discard to Move Ahead

There is a tendency for us, especially women, too easily feel marginalized either in the workplace or among a group of other women where the atmosphere is charged with other people exhibiting or flaunting their claims to success as if they belonged to an elite group. Continue reading The One Habit You Must Discard to Move Ahead