Sai’s Life: A Welcome Event, Cook Outs and a whole bunch of Laughters!!

I was craving grilled food, and my sweet little darling Mahawa was coming into town to visit me! She lives in Sierra Leone and she is just one amazing soul. We bonded over a pair of Louboutins at a restaurant when I visited Freetown a couple of years ago and ever since then its been a love story.  Jean Claude was also coming into town, and once again my heart melted. I have the most wonderful friends, so I decided why not host an intimate cookout for them to meet my baby Mahawa. Yes I cook people. For appetizers, we had chopped up watermelon, fresh strawberries and I seasoned some shrimp with a ginger marinade. For drinks, they had a choice of wine, champagne and sparkling water. Earlier on in the day, I marinated some chicken in some roasted pineapple and habenero sauce and Mikey made this delicious sauce to put the chopped up rainbow peppers, pineapples and onions in! Yummy. He also seasoned the steak. For sides, we had potato salad, colorful pasta and my girlfriend Alice brought some yummy chicken wings and Sia some yummy yummy rice. For desert, I picked up a reallllly delish and cream mango cheesecake. OMG it was amazing. Anyways you get the point…close friends, good food, and a hot man at the grill, I am a lucky gal!!! :)

My little baby Mahawa and I! ( She hates being called a baby by the way lol but she is mine)

I am a very happy gal :)

Appetizers

Dinner

 

 Guests

Sexy Chadra My mama Jojo OMG I love this woman!! Our beauty queen former Miss Liberia Meenakshi

 JeanClaude making  drinks

Laughter :)

Love these Gucci’s

 

  • It looks like you all had a fabulous time! I wish my friends would eat my cooking. But because I’m so horrible at it, they’d think I was trying to poison them. LOL!

    I love the Gucci shoes. And your friends pink and black dress is to die for. Love, love, LOVE!

  • Meeks

    Looks like great times among great company. And The food looks delicious! I’m gonna need that mango cheesecake recipe!

  • billi

    hello! i came to this page looking for inspiration in west african fashion because i would like to make a dress out of some senegalese fabric i’ve got. also i would love to know how to make a head dress, what shape you cut the fabric, and how you wrap it. anyway, if you see this, and have the time to reply, please do …. by the way, you all look great, and so does that food. :)