African food with a modern flair.
You won me over the moment your first three recipes had some shape of pasta in them. I LOVE pasta! I love food too. Good food. So I shall be coming here to check out some African-ish recipes. But where can I get halibut in Naija? Any clues? And not the one that will break my bank oh! Lol! Read your profile too and even though I am waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay older than you, we are similar in a lot of ways....Lol! God bless!
:) :) yeiiii... Cant stop smiling!!!you sound so cool. I love pasta as well, they are so easy to make and you can do lots as far as presentation and taste!!you should visit the blog often, i try to create fresh recipes with things we eat daily. Halibut in 9ja...humm...not sure. but u can use any FRESH fish that isn't bony. The market women will probably be able to recommend something.lol@African-ish. lol, my style of cooking is definitely African inspired :D, I just try to modify for today's women.
Thats a huge piece of fish. O_o luxury!
Don't think I've ever eaten halibut before, but will give it a go now. Working my way through your blog, using it as a pictorial to teach my baby the name of Nigerian foods, don't remember to do so while feeding her, too focused on getting it down her! Lurve your blog!!!
O waooooooo, you just put a huge smile on my face. thanks a million for the great compliment!awwwww....@teaching your baby about 9ja food, that's awesome.Thanks for stopping by!!
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