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Saturday, December 28, 2019

Breakfast Post......

Food is food oh...Eat what you have in the Mornings!!!










'CUT AND NAIL RICE' because it's a quick recipe ...
Hope you enjoy it
Photo credit @tspiceskitchen


















That Fish has the skin of Snake...i dont touch it or even attempt to eat......tufiakwa.....Apologies to those who eat it...

57 comments:

  1. That concoction rice up there is everything.

    Im attending my secondary school reunion today so I'm reserving my stomach .

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    1. If my husband cooks it for you ehn,you will almost bite your fingers. I even beg him with other things for him to cook it. The rice can sweet abeg

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    2. My mum is attending her own secondary school reunion today as well for the first time and she feel so happy.
      I love that rice but prefer the fish smoked and fried.

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    3. Lol @ skin of snake.
      It does looks like snake but I can eat the above sha. Looks delicious.
      I ate chinchin and some of my kid's cereal.
      Waiting for leftover rice to defrost.

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    4. That food up there is bea. Maybe should prepare it as i yave the fish in the fridge. Took tea this morning

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    5. That dish πŸ‘†πŸ»πŸ˜»πŸ˜»πŸ˜»πŸ˜»

      Stella, you and my Mom are in the WhatsApp group about that Fosh😁😁😁😁😁

      Me??? I love love the 🐟

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  2. You see that kind of rice with fish like snake skin is my kind of food...don't even try frying that kind of fish for me. I love it soft and succulent.

    Breakfast is rice and beans with peppered goat meat...washed down with chilled malt. Doctor said I should eat more of left over food😎

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  3. Concoction rice. I always prefer mine with roasted prawns and lot of pepper, onions and red palm fruits oil.
    Stella that's mackerel fish AKA, Titus fish.. so tasty and full of nutrients.

    Breakfast is a bowl of muesli, oats, nuts, seeds and mango.

    Still have leftovers from Christmas, I'll be doing justice to them later with my boy.

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    1. Thank you; Titus fish and so delicious. This concoction rice is bae.

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    2. There are two types of Titus fish...one has tiny eyes while the other has big eyes. The one with tiny eyes is the sweet one. The other one, tasteless.

      Sluttychic.

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    3. The one that is tasteless is the Atlantic chub mackerel (kolios) it is better eaten roasted with salt.

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  4. Stella that fish is one of the "expensive"iced fish to an average Nigerian... its tastier than others.

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  5. Good morning my people. Please can anyone recommend a good and reasonable caterer in Festac?

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    1. I know one. She catered at my bro's wedding. Want her number?

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  6. That scumbia fish is very sweet, it has oil,

    I am having kemps cracker and coffee milk and sugar,

    Beans and yam is on fire for later

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    1. Hahahahaha! Been long I heard that name, Scubia.
      It’s why the Binis call it. Cracks me up all the time.

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  7. That fish is bae and highly nutritious, really tasty too. Abeg I'm in transit again, don't know when I'll be having breakfast. Litiliti dettydecember πŸ˜‹πŸ˜

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  8. That Titus fish? I don't joke with it.
    Gbadun it scatter

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  9. SDK you say what?😁😁😁😁 that fish πŸ‘† is what is called Titus olora😁 very sweet and delicious. I love it so much. My breakfast is my left over fried rice with peppered chicken to be wash down with chilled maltina.

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  10. I hate the smell of that fish. I know it’s nutritious but l go pass on that nutrient. The skin of the fish makes me feel like l am eating a snake. I was shocked when l got to the States, the fish plenty for Asian stores. They love it more than Nigerians sef. Even songu sef de here. Make una enjoy.

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    1. I don’t eat it too because of the skin, though my mum started it by saying it looks like snake that she can never eat it so we all grew up disliking it’s

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    2. I don't eat it at all. It gives me the creeps!

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    3. I thought I was alone. I hate the smell of this fish especially when frying it. I can throw up if I eat anything prepared with this fish. I'll rather eat sawa

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  11. That concontion up there is a life saver since 1900πŸ˜‹πŸ˜‹πŸ˜‹πŸ˜‹πŸ˜‹. I had pap with overflowing milk and Milo that's all.

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  12. Indomie Noddle got me this morning wash down with hollandia lactose free milk. soon I will sleep small before going it later.

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  13. Stella you need to try that fish up there, cook, fry and you will ever regret your life.

    I love that fish like there is no tomorrow. Are you saying you have never tasted sneak before? I have tasted both fresh sneak pepper soup and dry sneak pepper soup so delicious πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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  14. I dnt like throw fish like that inside cooking soup or anything. I love it boiled with spice before adding to soup. If not! I fit vomitπŸ˜‚

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    1. Me too. I must boil the fish first before throwing inside the jollof rice else it would taste undone to me

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  15. That fish is always my best option when it comes to fish. Very tasty!

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  16. That fish up there is everything Stella. I love it in okro soup and rice

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    1. In jollof okro soup with ponmo,locust beans and pepper then down it with soft amala. AH!!! Lemme goan cook it sefπŸƒπŸƒπŸƒπŸƒ

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    2. Y’all won’t kill me. I’m salivating already at the okro combo, Omeh.

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    3. You Don use that fish cook egusi soup with bitter leaf? You will not eat any other food again.

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  17. I had cereal this morning. It's a relief that I can eat now after taking pap for over a week due to loss of appetite. I'll be eating beans and bread later.

    That rice up there is everything especially with smoked or dry fish. That's what we call concoction rice that year.

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  18. I'm still thinking of what to eat this morning. I'm attending a malo wedding and I dont even understand them. Thursday we went for Henna, no jollof served😭
    Yesterday was kamu still no jollof. They said it's only small chops they serve during Kamu. Today is the dinner, let me wait till they dont serve jollof again before I know what style of cry to cry.

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  19. My breakfast is beans and fried plantain(that very ripe type).
    The Fish up there is sweet.

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  20. My sweet Eja alaran..you dy miss Stella

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  21. Just finished eating okpa the someone brought for me from enugunsince I couldn't travel.

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    1. Very sweet fish. It will just be doing cham cham cham in ones mouth.

      I had rice, fried beef stew with coleslaw.
      Mum in-law can cook eeh! God bless her for me.

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  22. I was craving for this concoction rice last week,but I didn't see locust bean to buy to add to it..that fish up there is bae,I like it fried tho
    Just had oat with fried plantain,will be making affang later with semo

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  23. Stella is this low budget kind of food that comes out delicious I tell you. will take Akara and pap laced with Milo.

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  24. I can't eat the fish up there if its not parboiled with spice and fried.

    Titus fish is sweet sha. It has natural oil. Its good for babies also. Just boil, mash and mix with yam or potatoes.


    Concotion rice makes a whole lot of sense. I cook it when money nor plenty for hand.


    Will take tea, bread and Titus sardine. I'm yet to eat breakfast though. Not really hungry.

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  25. πŸ‘†πŸ‘†πŸ‘† World's most delicious fish... 😊

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  26. Will be eating beans and plantain

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  27. Egg frittata.... with mashed chicken and few slices of bread to the rescue.

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  28. They dragged out some fried whole chicken from the freezer.
    Pieced them to make chicken pepper soup,too much spices and utazi,nchuanwu leaves.

    Some people are sneezing here from dust of yesterday's events, probably.
    Heavy agidi going down with the soup.

    Kids are taking whole grains, beverages and differnt types of Onitsha bread.

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    1. Hey Xp. How do I contact you?

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    2. J. I got your details, what's popping?

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    3. Reading your comment under Miss Aboki’s post reminded me of something I think you ought to know.

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  29. This is exactly what I ate this morning. I prepared it late last night with left over stew and enjoyed it this morning.
    My family don't like that fish too cos of same reason (skin looks like snake) and we don't eat snake. But I enjoy the fish o

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