African food with a modern flair.
This sound very simple,easy & fast to make!You surely do enjoy cooking!They all look delicious.....i would be getting good recipe here becox hubby rates me as an average cook...no problem i said, na still pass mark!..lol...weldone & thanks 4 stopping by.
:)... HAHHAH... I agree...average is still a pass mark jo. lol. yeiiii... thanks for stopping by my little corner of the web as well.
Hmmm yummy. Looks good but the amount of calories in that alone. I sure love to treat myself to good food once in a while.Love your blog, i love cooking but i hate cooking for myself alone.Check my blog out, if you like it follow.www.sesheajames.com
Oh my goodness these look so amazing!! I am so HUNGRY RIGHT NOW!!!!!!!!! *_*I miss Nigerian food so much. --Sugabelly 2.0http://sugabelly.blogspot.com
@ Seshe: thanks for stopping by, I will be checking out ur blog right away. as per calories in the food.... the whole thing has less than 300 cal...120 for bread, 70 for egg, 60 for a spoon of dressing and 30 for a small roma tomato. that is still way lower than a cup of plain white rice :D@sugarbelly: Thanks for stopping by...there is nothing like Nigerian food!!
@ 9ja Foodie. Thanks for the update... hehehhe.
Well done!Love to experiment with food as well. @ cooking for the boys, thumbs up! hope they kissed your feet afterwards. That was a feast you made 'em.www.thisisthediaryofanotmadblackwoman.wordpress.com - pls stop by.Cheers.
lol@ "hope they kissed your feet afterward" lol... u know boy, too much shakara..they were great full thou.Thanks for stopping by. will check out ur blog as well :D
I had to tune in to your foodwondalicious!I'M ALREADY A HUGE FAN!
:)...awwwww...Thank you thank you @2cute4u. I will try not to disappoint :D
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