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Saturday, April 06, 2019

Saturday Breakfast Post....

Having any of these for breakfast would be heavenly,especially for anyone who has not had them in a while...
I am about to blow your mind away with these photos.....Hold on tight!!!






That Grandma's Jollof rice photo is everything!....So what are you having for Break fast???










77 comments:

  1. Cold bournvita and bread. I got back from vigil madly hungry.

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    1. I roasted catfish last night, still roasting this morning. I took one fresh and made peppersoup last night. This morning I boiled rice so thats what I'm about to eat.

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  2. Stella kukuma kill me.that jollof rice is everything,but I am having yam and egg sauce for breakfast .then will prepare Egusi soup later in the day.Is been long I prepared it myself

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  3. I want to prepare Afang soup with prewinkle this morning

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  4. Princess intelligentsia6 April 2019 at 09:09

    They all look nice but I will jump and pass. I'm taking hot Puff puff to wash it down with chocolate mixed with iced block and enough madara...yummy...life is good when you know you can eat anything you want without fear of gaining weight.

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  5. Omg me that don't like egusi soup will go for this one. Kai see better food.

    Tea got me today

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  6. Kai! SDK there's God o. I wish I can have that egusi with soft pounded yam or semovita now now.
    I will be having leftover rice with sphaghetti and cat fish stew.

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  7. Kai Stella you really blow my mind! ! Salivating!!

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  8. I think i will prepare draw soup with stock fish (the ears),periwinkle,little beef, dried fish and the star of the soup will be edible SNAILS. I love snails a lot...that crunchy sound it makes is pleasing.


    NB: for a crunchy snail...wash with dried garri thrice then use water to filter d garri out. Dont use alum or watsoever,it makes ur snail less crunchy and u wont enjoy it. Garri makes washing it easier and rids d slimy substance away quickly.



    Draw soup to be pushed down with fufu.

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    1. That anonymous will soon come and ask you if crunchy snails gives you orgasm不不不

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    2. I have never eaten snail before, even thou my family has and I ended up marrying a man whose family forbid to eat snail

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    3. Goodness and mercy, thanks a mill! Always use lime to rid snails of their slime but will be trying the gator option from now on.

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    4. Thanks G n M will try this

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    5. Wash off Snail Slime with Garri?
      I learnt a new thing today

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  9. Just had bread and butter and hot Lipton.

    Now washing bean to prepare moi moi later.

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  10. Will just have my cereal, drink water and mind my business while praying to God for blessings.

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  11. Books today o. Professional exams in may. I'm practically eating my books today

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  12. Stella Nwanyioma ogini!!! na only u Waka Come!! Chai u wan kill person for dis early morning. C better food Choi Choi.....

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  13. I'm eating yam porridge( asaro elemi mefa) right now. make una join me oo

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    1. Please expantiate. The emis are:

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    2. emis are crayfish, chopped boiled meat, shred eja yiyan( smoked fish) chopped ponmo, ugwu, combination of pepper( rodo, tomatoes) .

      I added salt, one and half cube of "Gino" maagi and palm oil. Lobatan.

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  14. That snail stew will go well with a well prepared plate of rice not the soggy type. Hmmmm! Yummy... Now I'm salivating here. I hope and pray I don't start craving this snail stew this weekend o, as owu no gree me see road nowadays

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  15. Stella wetin na? Chai! See hunger inducing food na. Ok o.

    I'm having bread, beans and beverage.

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    1. Stella is very wicked, I am watching my weight dear Lord but human beings will not let me be great.
      See temptation, If i no eat jollof today, wetin I gain?

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  16. My kids are having Akara, bread and pap with milk and sugar. Have not decided on what to have yet. Lazy Saturday, Le Boo is out of town.

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    1. Are they supposed to take pap without sugar and milk? Lol.

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  17. Haba why Stellaaaaaaa,this is yummy that rice na die anyways I'll be eating moi moi and bread for break fast.

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  18. i am having masa and chilled kunun zaki.

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  19. I pray this my baby lets me eat something today, to born no easyoooh, I pray for a safe delivery.

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    1. It is well with you and you will deliver safely , amen.

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  20. Just had a freshly baked croissant and tea.

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  21. Please i have a question. Is there anyway i can preserve shredded okro?I'm leaving the country tomorrow.i really love okro.

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    1. Freeze the okra. I chop mine into not too small sizes, then freeze for at least 48hrs before my journey.

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    2. what kind of stingy koko are u to want to preserve shredded okro mbok? oya use it and make okro pudding na since u dont want to discard it.

      let it not be as if i dint help, make a small pot of soup and freeze till u are back.you need to have steady power supply sha before u do that. safe trip dont forget to bring us chocolate on your way back.

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    3. Chop into two's or threes and keep in a zip lock then freeze it,if its frozen before u set out,u are good!!

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    4. Thanks y'all. What I mean is I want to take it along with me on my journey. I'm going to study and I cant afford to buy expensive African food over there.

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    5. Please fresh okro fu贍l for shop for obodo oyinbo. Regular shop sef. And cheap too.

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    6. Please, we have Okra here. It isn’t that expensive either. Dem even fine sef.. Very fine lady fingers!!

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    7. Whether you are going to study in the US or UK, you will find plenty okra. reasonably priced and it draws very well.

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  22. Noodles for my kids, pap with plenty milk for me. I am watching weight.

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  23. Oh my God see food..me wey like food pass gbenshing. Na God go help person for dis SDK pictures.

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  24. St koko,wht is wrong wt ya..come be now wey I dey fast

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  25. An egg with great tea added lime

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  26. Sorry added lemon juice

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  27. Stella this one wey you pack food full here you wan kill person .

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  28. Who can teach me a foolproof way if making ngo sauce. My palmoil hardly curdles nd if it does it ends up very salty.I need to know how much kanwa and palmoil i should use. I want to make nkobi for my visitors today

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    1. I think u should leave out the 'kanwa'(potash). Go to market and buy 'ngu', it's usually in a container with water added. When it settles, u use little of it and your oil, it will give u a sm籀oth and better paste .

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    2. Thanks Mhiz A. I will try it out

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  29. None of those foods is my thing. I guess i'm not normal. I don't eat snail,catfish, not crazy over fried plantain 3 pieces and i'm fed up, Not an eba fan, the only soup I like is ogbono with Bitterleaf.
    Maybe that's why i'm pregnant and anaemic at the moment. I pray my kids don't develop this my habit. The only food I like is noodles and eggs.I eat rice once a week. I hate bread and tea. In fact I hate food

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    1. Nne are you sure u are not anorexic?
      Being anaemic in pregnancy is a No No, please, even if u don't like food( I felt same way especially in my first 3mester), try and be eating lots of fruits and veggies. They will help build up your blood level.

      There was something I tried too, my doc told me 2 weeks to delivery that my blood level is still low...around 45%, I should build it up lest I get a transfusion during delivery. Someone told mum I should a mixture of akwukwo anara leaves and malt and drink twice a day, I did it consecutively for 2 weeks, u can't believe it, when I went back for my HGL level, it was 77% and d doc commented me.

      So u can be doing the above at least to boost your blood, while the fruits and veggies help too.

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    2. Thanks alot mhiz A. Will try the akwukwo anara and malt.

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  30. I really want to learn how to make kunun zaki. The day i learn it ehn!

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  31. Woke up craving beans. So I'm cooking beans

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  32. Coconut pancakes with cocoa drink sweetened with stevia. I must loose this weight

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  33. Coconut flour pancakes with cocoa drink sweetened with stevia. I must loose this weight

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  34. Ha Stella kuku kill me.plate 2,4,5 is calling my name.....
    Just had a cup of Curtis fresh mojito green tea and 3 pieces of straw berry.planned eating by 4,but seeing this pictures,my tummy is now betraying me.

    CHILE.

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  35. I made yam porridge with beef and eggs. My husband is always giving me issues with food, I dnt even know what he likes except ogbono soup, rice, beans, noodles. He wants me to fry everything. I cant even surprise him with orishirishi meals cos he will say he doesn't like it. I am frustrated and tired. I cant even eat healthy as a pregnant woman. Sorry I just needed a place to rant.

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  36. Been ill for a few days,iv hardly eaten half a meal in 3/4days too,so as these plates beautiful reach,if u open my mouth and put them inside,I might spit it

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