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    1. Yes he knows how to cook but always too spicy.

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    2. My dad is a very good cook.

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    3. His beans is the best. It’s always garnished with different types of fishesπŸ˜€πŸ˜€

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    4. Maka ndu nwelu daddy 😎😎

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    5. Don't know about my dad, he's 90 but I've never known him. My mum raised all 5 of us on her own.
      My husband is a very good cook, il score him a 100%.

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    6. Yes. My dad cooks very wellπŸ˜„, but does so rarely and he turns the kitchen upside down whenever he cooks😞

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    7. My dad was a very good cook. One brother cooks for a living the other will burn even water.

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    8. My dad's beans and pap.... Chai🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣


      Then during corona, mum says dad was cooking a lot 😁😁

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    9. I never saw my dad even boil water.
      Oh I remember he baked bread that turned out to be as hard as stone. Na only am chop am oh.

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    10. @pretty me, is your dad my dad? The entire kitchen will be turned upside down 🀣🀣🀣

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    11. Never seen my Dad cook while we were growing up,I was saying this to my hubby the other day when he was cooking,My Dad always made sure we had water to drink in the house cos we don't drink tap water,so he made sure we always have lots of supply but cooking...naahhhh

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  2. Yummy! He's a very cook,so are my brothers

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    1. My father can not even strike a match, let alone turn on the burner. Hell, he can't even operate a microwave...

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    2. My brothers cook very well too. Esp our second son. He loves kitchen work too much its annoying sometimes. My mom made sure they learnt. She didn't want them feeling my dad not cooking is normal.

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    3. Mama Mia, you just described my dad. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚
      But my brothers, damn, they can cook!

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    4. My brother's cook very well especially my younger bro. As a last born he didn't go to boarding school so he was always with mama

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    1. I couldn't pass up on this post. Lol. My dad was a wonderful cook! We called his food Maggi Kitchen. It was simply amazing. I'm sure he got that skill from his mom. We always looked forward to him cooking. It was like Christmas to us. At least we get to break away from momma's dishes once in a while. Good times.

      Rest on dadπŸ’“πŸ˜˜πŸ€—

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    2. Awwwww may he continue to rest in peace, pure inspirations.

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  4. Oh!! I have, it was good, but my mum's was way better.


    Twins Squared

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  5. My dad only boiled rice once in the early 90s and that was it!

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  6. No,in short I never saw my father in the kitchen at all, his wife spoilt him silly..

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    1. Tega, our fathers are cut from the same cloth. Very spoilt men! Mine doesn't even know his clothes size. I don't wish to spoil any man like that at all...

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    2. Same with my late father, never saw him in the kitchen for once.

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  7. Ahhhh na my papa get kitchen that year na.........but make I no lie he no like add salt so e no dey sweet.

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  8. Pls my father should never cook for you, if not you will die of hunger... he cooks in slow motion but very tasty

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  9. My dad was not one to enter the kitchen not to talk of cook

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    1. My dad did the same. My dad can't cook not even boil yam.

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  10. Princess Sarah14 May 2020 at 18:04

    Not at all.
    He didn't cook through out the period i lived with them.

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  11. My dad's chicken pepper soup was the bomb. Finger licking goodness 🀀🀀🀀.

    I miss you dad 😩😩

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  12. Yes ooo... My dad cooks better than my mumπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    1. The only one time I remember my dad in the kitchen, he cooked white rice and stew, so tasteless and bland, there was no salt in the food.

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  13. Yes o and it is amazing. e take style sabi cook pass my mama sef but don't tell her I said that. lol

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  14. πŸ€”πŸ€”πŸ€”πŸ€”πŸ€”

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  15. He cooks with any ingredients he sees in the kitchen even the one that is not supposed to add while cooking.
    For example,He can add 'Ogiri' to Beans..lol.And he will be bragging how they cooked during the Biafra War.

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    1. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ ogiri to beans.

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    2. πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚! Imagine Ogiri inside beans...

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    3. This is funnyπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    4. My dad too. Talking about biafran war anytime he cooks. He was a good cook. His vegetable soup used to be on point. A lot of meat and fishes. Rip dad

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    5. Heheheheheheheheheheehe

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    6. Ewoooooooooooooo πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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  16. My dad is a great cook for a man. He takes his time so you just have endure until he is done and the wait is slways worth it.

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    1. Wow same with my dad. Hunger go don fire our belly. Our last sibling will be in the kitchen crying. My dad will pet him with a slice of bread for him to keep quiet. Those days was not funny.

      Lovelace

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  17. Superb.. Man always had lived his life all by himself..

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  18. No. My daddy never cooked once, none that i'm aware of.

    Bye guys.

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  19. Best cook!!!

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  20. So many times until he became sick and finally passed away. He cooks very nice and most times when Mom wasn't around not minding his age. Each time I visit, I always had a good time and meal. I will say, I took over him in cooking.

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  21. Yes watery and tasteless BT then mum wasn't around BT she cameback and met d watery soup dad was embarrassed y he even tried to cook

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    1. Hahahahahahahaha. Watery and tasteless, you're funny.

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  22. I've never but I did taste my grandad's cooking,his food tasted nice .He played the role of my dad unfortunately he passed away today...
    I'll miss him soo muchπŸ˜₯

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    1. So sorry about your grand dad dear...may his soul rest in peace and may God comfort your family.

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    2. So sorry for your loss Emerald, may God give you the fortitude to bear the loss...

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    3. So sorry about that, may his soul rest in perfect peaceπŸ™πŸΎ

      Please be strong for grandpa

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    4. So sorry dear. May his soul RIP...

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    5. So sorry dearie..May his soul rest in peaceπŸ™πŸ™

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    6. So sorry darling πŸ’

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    7. Sorry for ur loss dear...πŸ€—πŸ€—

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  23. Yes i have, he makes a mean sauce for fries dassal...i've refused to taste the other meals he cooks.

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  24. My late father's cooking ke? Mbanu.

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  25. My dad will pour everything once and add plenty water. I'll just be in one corner shaking my head. He will say just watch and see. At the end of the day, it comes out really nice.
    Rest on Daddy. I miss everything about you.

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  26. My dad (God rest him) was such a great cook. He cooked for us every Sunday. We used to beg him to cook more cos his food was always delicious. He taught my mom how to make special peppersoup with different types of meat. He also taught us many delicious recipes. Those were good times.

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    1. That's my dad too...after church on Sundays, he'll make fish stew and rice then beans later in the evening. It was a Sunday ritual for us and I'll never forget those wonderful times...Rest on dadπŸ˜”πŸ˜”

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  27. No, my Dad, never cooked.

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  28. It depends on what he cooked, if its his native food, it normally comes out nice but the times he had to make like jollof rice or stew, it was always a disaster. The ingredients were usually in excess, he just mixes everything together anyhow.

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  29. I think he peeled yam! And don’t even know if I tasted it!... Pops been gone for a min tho’ still miss him πŸ€—πŸ˜’

    Kelvin Dat Edo Boi (Stellz Cousin)

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  30. Many years ago when we were very young,mum got held up in the village and couldn't come back the day she was supposed to. Dad prepared white yam which we ate with palm oil. Guy man played safe!The food turned out good anyways. Lol

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  31. Severally, my dad first taught me how to cook since mum was not always around due to her job.

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  32. Yes! Spaghetti 🍝. My dad showed us how to cook spaghetti so that it will be one one and not joined together, that was the only food I ever saw my dad cook.

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    1. Your dad and mine must be twin oo
      Me cooking a blast finger licking spaghetti is all thanks to my dad. You dare not serve him mushy spag, you will hear your life story. But the one food i cook that he's never satisfied with is beans. Me I don't have patience to be waiting for one food to get soft before adding ingredients.

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    2. @martie, beans is one food I can never get tired of cooking and eatingπŸ˜‹πŸ˜‹

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    1. Daddy never entered the kitchen to save his life sefπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

      He is the reason i also have no idea how to cook😩.. he would always tell me to leave the kitchen as i would always be distracting my sisters and cousins who assist my mum, and if i ever did enter the kitchen, it would be to do tasting of meat only..

      When mum travelled for a week then for occasion and it was just me and him at home, it was steady restaurant and Mr biggs that we visited till mummy returnedπŸ˜‚

      Continue to RIP pops man

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    2. Almost everyone dads is gone. What's happening with our fathers.

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  34. Very nice.
    I love his fresh fish soup, very spicy and delicious.He only cooks when my mum is not around, few times though

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  35. Heavenly πŸ‘Œ i prefer it to my mom's. Dad has all that Delta man's cooking skills and he can never go wrong with his herbs and spices......

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  36. I shouted Ahhh when I opened this post. My dad doesn't even know how to turn on the gas. My momsi said he used to cook in those days. I think his working really hard and providing literally everything we needed made him enjoy all the benefits that comes with being served. We've all adjusted to it and My mom enjoys doing it, she no dey tire to cook. You can't come to her house sef and be hungry. It's just who she is.

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  37. Yes oh!
    Horrible! can best describe it!

    Mom was taking long to come back he said what a woman can do a man can do better. then he started cooking oh, disturbing the whole house with too much activity!

    The white rice was like coconut pudding.

    The stew was watering like pepper soup and so much salt!

    Me and my siblings were eating and crying that day, and he said we must eat it, that he can't go through all those stress for nothing. When my elder brother mind up to say his mind "that the food is not sweet" my dad told him he prepared it the way he loves it πŸ˜³πŸ™„πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ€£.

    We Sha eat the food with alot of tears, but when we saw our mother that day eh, we all shouted for joy like someone whose hope has been restored.

    Then my dad call all of us ungrateful children 🀣🀣🀣🀣 When my mom tested the food eh! she cried she just tell him that next time she should please just buy snacks for us. that was the last time daddy cooked in the house! He couldn't stop praising himself for that one time cooking! 🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣

    Rip daddy I miss you!

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    1. 🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣

      Melancholy

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    2. Hahahahahahahahahahaha. Your Dad is funny, I couldn't stop laughing.

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    3. He said he prepared it the way he likes it🀣🀣... Your dad is funny, i like him🀣🀣

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    4. I laughed so hard, I had years in my eyes. I can imagine the stress he went through and y'all saying it's not sweet 🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣
      If na me sef, y'all will finish the pot before mum gets back

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    5. Yeah@ Sonia he was a funny man sometimes when he wants to be! 🀣
      @Isaac I don't know who told him his like should be our like oh.
      @Martiegold! you is wicked! finish which pot? the amount of water we drank in that dinning that day eh! it's that day I knew water is delicious! πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ˜‚πŸ€£

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    6. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ Now I have hiccups from laughing. May his soul continue to rest in peace.

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  38. I remember he used to make vegetable salad when we were younger. That's his "cooking" I can remember I tasted.

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  39. Yes watery beans
    And very bitter leaf soup
    Momma travelled then...
    Papito gave us raw bitter leafs soup to eat ...
    I and my brother could not eat it...
    He drink water after swallowing it ehhh it will be sweet πŸ˜ƒπŸ˜ƒ

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    1. Hahahahahahahahahaha. Bitter soup🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣

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  40. My late dad didn't cook but he washed our clothes when we were growing up!

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  41. My late dad knows how to cook very well

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  42. That was 1997, when my mum had my kid sis. He made yam peppersoup that wasn't yam peppersoup. We had no choice. Love you papi.

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  43. Yes oh. When we stayed without my mum for a while due to relocation issues. It was ok but that period I miss my mum’s cooking even more. Stella I be not been seeing my comments on other posts. I always hail Sluttychic but don't see my comments.

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  44. Yes, he used to make eba for us with 'garri igbo'(my mum doesn't eat Eba) whenever he returned from the East and also groundnut soup πŸ˜‹πŸ˜‹πŸ˜‹.

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  45. Yes

    Bitterleaf and pepper overload

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  46. It taste horrible. My papa he was a horrible cook.There was a time he made tomato juice for us. May Allah have mercy on his soul

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    1. Hahahahahahaahaha. Oh goodness!! Tomatoes juice.

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  47. Yes. Many times and always tasty.

    The bottom part of his onugbu soup must be slightly burnt,tasted heavenly,I scrape it.

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  48. My dad was a better cook...albeit slow. He tries to make sure everything is in the right proportion . I miss all his special native soups,finger licking sauces with orisirisiπŸ˜‹πŸ˜‹

    I miss you so much daddy 😭😭😭

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  49. Can't remember my dad in the kitchen ever.
    We grew up with lots of relatives so I guess it affected his going into the kitchen

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  50. Yesoo watery soupπŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ˜†

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  51. My dad actually cooks better than my mom.
    Heavenly❤️.

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  52. Yes and the taste was very delicious though you will only see my dad in the kitchen when Mom is out of town.

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  53. Lmao I did not even "taste" his boiled water. But my mum said he was the one that taught her how to make starch when they first got married... Hard to imagine tho

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  54. Na my papa teach me how to cook o πŸ™ŒπŸ™ŒπŸ™Œ we are always excited when his on leave, daddy can cook for Africa

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  55. Yes o, my mum took ill, guy man entered kitchen and prepared soup and stew. It was o so delicious.

    Some Saturday morning he gives us a treat by roasting yam, i loved it!

    Melancholy

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    1. Evey Saturday evening my dad roast yam or potatoes. And we sit around the fire with him telling us stories.

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  56. My father burnt himself severely just because he attempted to boil water on the burner. He can't even boil water successfully, speak less of cooking an actual meal.

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  57. I hate ogbono soup, thank to my popsy. As a kid l saw my daddy cooking ogbono soup when mum traveled, evry minute he will use big spoon and turn the soup and use his big tongue to wipe it clean.. Chai

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  58. Never!! As far I know, my dad never cooked. Except for once when he had a beef with my mum and was forming angry. He attempted to fry eggs without oil. Oga just cracked the eggs straight into the hot pan and the thing started burning immediately. That's after it took him half a pack of matchsticks to turn on the cooker. Quarrel settle by force.

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  59. Cook kwa... He made eba for us it was like stone, we couldn't eat it πŸ˜‚

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  60. My Dad's Egusi is the bomb.
    Daddy can cook anything.
    Growing up ,daddy and mummy takes turn to cook. My mum is a great cook,but my dad is Amazing.

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  61. No, i don't think my dad has ever cooked

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  62. Yes my dad makes the best ofe nsala and can pound for africa both yam and fufu

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  63. Yes, a good number of times and I always preferred his cooking to my mum's. Very delicious and tasty, wish I could think of more adjectives to qualify it. I miss his cooking.

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  64. I remember my dad cooking egusi soup for us once when my mother was ill. It was very rich, tasty, the right amount of everything but he forgot to take out the bonesπŸ˜‚ from the fresh fish. You can imagine what we went through that day just to get to the soup, I am sure my mom would not have made that mistake..lol. thanks dadi

    Angel eyes😊

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  65. He was such a great cook. He learnt how to make semo without lumps and pap.

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  66. My dad cooked only books,papers,pencil,pens and razor.Never saw him cook food or enter kitchen to help..chai

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  67. Almost every bv dad is gone,who is killing dis men early.

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  68. Yes,he's a good cook.. although he seldomly cooks but when he does,it's usually delicious. I like his beans, he'll garnish it with smoked fish,ponmo,crayfish.
    Yummy..
    My pops like better thing.

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  69. Never saw him cook. Mum was a teacher and a caterer so i guess dad didnt have the opportunity to cook. May their souls rest in perfect peace, amen

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  70. Yes, he can cook stew with only tomato, bell pepper and onion, No single rodo. He will claim his stew is delicious πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚we will manage it, even though as kids we knew there was something wrong with the stew but we gat no choice. That only happens when my mum travels Sha.
    He will cook Egusi soup(no pepper as usual) and put verrryyyy bitter bitter leaves, I doubt he washes the leave and preach of how medicinal bitter leave is.

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  71. Yes my Dad cooks from time to time. But I don't enjoy eating his food because he puts plenty vegetable in everything... I mean every single food he cooks. I still eat the food though so he won't feel bad.

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  72. Yes almost all the time then, he was a very good cook. Continue resting dad.

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  73. Preferred my Dad's cooking as a child. He introduced us to a lot of foreign cuisines. He was also generous in the helping of food he served us.

    I miss him so so much. ❤ πŸ’”

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  74. Yes, egusi soup with bitter leaves... it was a sweet-bitter experience cause he just plucked bitter leaves from the garden, rinsed and sliced into the soup without washing to get rid of the bitter tasteπŸ˜…πŸ˜… we picked the meat and left his bitterleaves egusi soup with eba for him..He almost cried cause mama was at the hospital on admission and didn't know what to do as we kept on rejecting his funny food..
    RIP to my dad, I missed his coffee though

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  75. I never knew my dad. He died when I was a toddler. From stories I heard about him, I imagine he's not one for cooking or entering kitchen. He always (must have!) had like 5 servants living in his home including driver, cook, gardner, errand runners, baby sitters & nannies. Even when he was in Ojukwu's jail for most of the war among group of top Igbo political prisoners held through out the later part of the Biafra/ Nigerian war, my dad brought in 2 cloose relatives to live in the prison grounds to cook & serve him while he was held in jail. In fact in my early childhood I had 2 designated nannies. 1 for wet nurse & another only for playmate & activity from birth till I was about 3 years old & went to kindergarten that my mum had to let go the wet nurse because her services was required again. I could have predictable sleep routine, able to follow almost regular feeding routine, doesn't need diaper changes, frequent direct care etc & no longer a baby.
    *but that's good for my own dad's case! Do I want a man who can't, or doesn't cook even his own food around me, and can't afford a cook or servants like my dad, HELL NO...OH!!!😡😠
    Even my son & grandson r not spared from kitchen duties in my home!😎
    The only time they experience my rage is if they mess up in the kitchen especially, or when they don't follow my instructions about things concerning food in the house.

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  76. I miss my dad a lot. He used to cook a special breakfast sauce every Saturday, with tomatoes, onions, peppers and garlic with sardines and tuna. We’d eat the sauce with bread; so so delicious! RIP Papa Bear

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  77. My dad made breakfast every Saturday till he died. He'd put amaria and other sweet treats on the side table & you could go get yours after your meal, while watching Cadbury Breakfast Television. I love it when men can cook well.

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  78. Yes oh, severally when i was in primary school. Very correct yam and beans porridge, and there's this pepper soup that is prepared inside the mortar without cooking, with hot water, roasted bonga fish and all the pepper soup ingredients.

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  79. My Dad dey cook soup with bitter leaf unwashed, his egusi soup is horrible, but he alone eats it especially when he was working in another town away from home. My mom on the other hand is a great cook

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