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  • afrofeministe
    05.05.2021 - 2 days ago

    Nigerian food is often stodgy and soupy. But it is also misunderstood, atrociously photographed, not yet given its due. It's a multifaceted and cultural treasure trove full or intriguing stories. It might not be gastronomically illustrious but it is energetic and good-hearted. It belongs to one of the most fascinating personalities in the world: the Nigerian. Needless to say, it is delectable.The Nigerian soup is a living, breathing, evolving being.

    Yemisí Aríbisálà / Longthroat Memoirs: Soups, Sex and Nigerian Taste Buds 

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  • summericeworld
    02.05.2021 - 4 days ago

    How to: VERY EASY! Smoked Panla Fish and Pomo sauce recipe [for Yam, Rice & more]// Quick, Easy & delicious

    How to: VERY EASY! Smoked Panla Fish and Pomo sauce recipe [for Yam, Rice & more]// Quick, Easy & delicious

    Hi lovelies. This smoked panla fish and pomo [cow skin] recipe is very easy and delicious. It can be made in very little time and with very little effort. You can eat it with Rice, beans, yam, pasta etc. I also share a smart hack that can speed things up by a 100%, lol. Let me not spoil the fun by spilling, watch the video and see for yourself.  Enjoy! What you need: Smoked fish Pomo- Cow skin…

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  • xetou
    26.04.2021 - 1 week ago

    who's gonna teach me how to shift so i can show naoya my cooking skills 🤔🤔

    #😔😔 sighs #i make nice cookies 😋 #and some nigerian food or whateva 🙄 #🎭—xetou.talks #xetou x naoya 💋
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  • moirenike
    22.04.2021 - 2 weeks ago

    Masa Waina.

    Mi o mọ pe a ni pancake 🥞 irẹsi ni ilu wa. 😋 O le jẹ pẹlu oyin tabi pẹlu ọbẹ.

    Crêpes de riz. peut être servi sucré ou salé. Avec du miel ou une sauce salée.

    Tortitas de arroz. se pueden servir dulces o salados. Con miel o salsa salada.

    How will you have yours?

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  • moirenike
    18.04.2021 - 2 weeks ago

    Ma gbagbe mu nkan fun ara yin.

    Don’t forget to stay hydrated this summer.

    No olvides, te quedase hidratado este verano.

    N’oublie pas, reste t’hydrater cet été.

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  • gbetutv
    18.04.2021 - 2 weeks ago

    Nigerians cry as hunger fills the air due to food inflation

    Nigerians cry as hunger fills the air due to food inflation

    Nigerians cry as hunger fills the air due to food inflation     Nigerian merchant Feyintola Bolaji, struggling with stagnant earnings and dwindling sales, is now being squeezed by the ever increasing prices demanded by her food suppliers, leading her to cut down on the amount she can put on her own family’s table.   Bolaji’s belt tightening is being shared by millions across Africa’s most…

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  • summericeworld
    11.04.2021 - 3 weeks ago

    How to:Quick& Easy Bread Breakfast recipe [About 5mins only]//With Extra Weight Gain options/alternative

    How to:Quick& Easy Bread Breakfast recipe [About 5mins only]//With Extra Weight Gain options/alternative

    Hey lovelies! This is a very quick and easy breakfast[or anytime] meal you can make with bread and a few other ingredients lying in your kitchen. Some of the ingredients i used include: Bread Eggs Sausages[optional] Pepper Corned beef Extra optional ingredients: Bacon Sardines And any other thing you have or like. Watch my video 👆🏼to learn how to make yourself the yummiest breakfast super…

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  • thewaiman
    11.04.2021 - 3 weeks ago

    Bleu Cafe Abuja | Sahni Waiman

    So I visited Bleu Cafe during the Easter break and thought I should write a review on what I think about them. Thoughts on Bleu Cafe This is an amazing spot for an Italian vibe and I must say I loved it here. The classical music was all over me and the calm was rejuvenating. Bleu Cafe Aesthetics For a Cafe that size, I love the ambience and how everything was put together. I’d call the vibe I…

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  • buffichar
    04.04.2021 - 1 mont ago

    Freijon: Celebrating good Friday

    Freijon: a dish eaten in the Brazilian Quater in Nigeria. A sweet coconut bean sauce. Served with garri (dry fried cassava) and fish stew. Most notably eaten on Good Friday. Freijon: un plat consommé dans le quartier brésilien au Nigeria. Une douce sauce aux haricots de noix de coco. Servi avec garri (manioc frit sec) et ragoût de poisson. Plus particulièrement mangé le Vendredi Saint Freijon:…

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  • africancatering01
    11.03.2021 - 1 mont ago

    Why do You Need To Use A Professional Catering Company To Cater Your Event?

    A specialist catering business is more than merely a business that delivers food. Caterers offer experience, protection, knowledge, expertise and the understanding that every situation that may arise will be dealt with skill and focus on detail. You do not want to choose from other food organizations who provide a few catering services. I am sure of the countless numbers, if not really an incredible number of café's, espresso shops, deli's, pizza places, takeaways and seafood and shops who offer catering solutions to boost their income. However, to do the job correctly and safely, the best option is to go for a specialist African food catering company. Nevertheless, a distinction must be drawn between a café and so on that offers some catering and a catering organization, which has a café and so on. There is a huge difference and that huge difference should be noted.

     Experience: There is absolutely no replacement for experience. Nigerian caterers play a huge role in the catering business each day of the week. With this experience, a genuine catering company could have undergone and overcome all types of obstacles and have their working technique down so it is finely tuned. In case a caterer is generally in touch with customers each day, then your professional catering company can provide most useful guidance, customer support, catering suggestions and answer all the clients' queries. A café may probably only have the ability to provide a little catering help once weekly and their experience will undoubtedly be reflective of this fact.

     Skill: A catering company can offer you the very best foods for the function. Cooking food for one hundred persons in a cafe and a café uses a very different expertise than cooking for one hundred folks from a camp kitchen in a field without electricity. A specialist catering company has systems set up, techniques, procedures & most significantly, checklists, to make sure that the catering event will go on with no issues. There is absolutely no potential for "popping to the store” if your caterer has forgotten anything in a remote control area. Whom do you wish to be catering for you, the caterer who attracts functions like yours weekly, or a caterer who just does it one per year?

     Market Expertise: A catering business will work with all sorts of industry experts, constantly. An expert catering firm will work tightly with photographers, hire businesses, equipment hire firms, videographers, luxurious car hire, flowers, wedding cakes and all of the usual popular things that you will require. However, a specialist catering company may also help with services and items that you may not need even considered, dancing lessons, free wedding sites amongst others. It is not unlikely that you will get this sort of service from your own local 'mum n pop' design café.

     Safety: Food security is crucial! Professional South African caterers take food safety very significantly and they have a refrigerated vehicle to move the meals, or other contingencies in place to make sure that your catering is of the best quality it could be. Whether it becomes canapés after function, barbecue in the neighborhood recreation area, a business platters delivery, there is absolutely no replacement for a specialist catering company.

    #african food catering nigerian caterers south african caterers
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  • biandlesbianliterature
    08.03.2021 - 1 mont ago

    Danika reviews Butter Honey Pig Bread by Francesca Ekwuyasi

    Danika reviews Butter Honey Pig Bread by Francesca Ekwuyasi

    This was such an impressive book that I have been intimidated to write about it! It was longlisted for the Giller Prize, and it was on Canada Reads! (If you’re not Canadian: this is a big deal.) Trigger warnings for suicide and suicide ideation, miscarriage and child death, as well as rape and child sexual abuse, both for the book and this review. This is a book about three Nigerian women:…

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  • nilequynh
    28.02.2021 - 2 monts ago

    this might be me being over sensitive but the way that tiktok talks about food that they found is so weird? they all found fufu a few weeks ago and now they made up a fufu challenge (which is weird enough bc it’s not some special dish?? it’s a staple for millions of people. and the challenge was just eating it) and now there are millions of videos of people buying fufu and spitting it out for laughs. and now they’re doing the same with seitan. my fyp brought up a video of a woman making it and acting like she was about to put the world’s most disgusting thing in her mouth when it’s been eaten in china for centuries. there’s nothing wrong with eating/making food from different cultures but there is something wrong about latching onto a food that seems different to you and making it weird for laughs or like this big ‘event’ when it is just staple carbs

    #babbles. #idk i saw this video of this white couple getting nigerian food and they said that they didn’t want to just get fufu while it was ‘trending’ #which is like great - they were respectful the whole time so i don’t mind them #but it’s weird how fufu was this cool thing for two weeks when like ... i’ve eaten that since i was a baby #will continue to eat/make it until i die probably #and this sentiment applies to millions of people - billions including the past #yet so many people acted like it was straight up garbage or this extraordinary dish when it was just food they got at a restaurant #and it’s infuriating to see this happening to another food and it’s strange to think of this happening another time #although good for the african restaurants getting money and the african creators getting views i guess #it just hate that guy implying that fufu was irrelevant enough for them to try it - i get what they meant but food should not rely on trends
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  • bisoleil-inactive
    24.02.2021 - 2 monts ago

    She kinda captures why Nigerian food is kinda hard to market in this very westernized way. I‘ve been trying to come up with something for some time now and she does it now. I need to buy her book.

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  • prism-goddess
    20.02.2021 - 2 monts ago

    That whole "fufu challenge" was dumb for a number of reasons. You can dislike food without being utterly disrespectful about it. Just like how soul food is apart of our culture and we're sensitive about it, we should give that same energy back to others.

    However, we shouldn't fight ignorance with ignorance and do the same generalization mess that got you offended you in the first place. Not all African Americans behaved poorly when eating fufu and egusi soup.

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  • moirenike
    08.02.2021 - 2 monts ago

    Loving the gbe lọ line up

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