African food with a modern flair.
Great ideas! I can never get my puff to rise. Any suggestions, missy? Merry Christmas to you.
That pumo is making me so hungry right now, I'm going to buy some and use your ata din din recipe yum!how are you sis?I'm going to share your website on my FB now, your recipes are too good not to share hehehe
Make sure to use Quick Rise Yeast. Also you can warm up your oven for 5mins, switch it off, wait 5mins and leave the puff dough in there to rise.
@Noah's Crew: awwwwww.. you just made my morning love, thank you so so much!.I am well... oooo the ponmo in hot ata-cheiiii!!! that sounds yum!PLEASE SHARE THE WEBSITE, that will be awesome!!
Hmm... u is really good with food sha :D
.. and she smiles:D,thank you.
yumm. ok, i'll go check out the recipes cos i have enough celebrations this season. you never disappoint!
:) Thanks love.
*rubbing tummy* *yawning*ermmm 9ja foodie, how bout you adopt me?
Can I come visit? Seriously???
@Luciano: lol... you are officially adopted. @Ema Leecious: YES YES YES...I love visitors :)
I can't remember when last I saw sugar puff puff, thanks ma for the pics. You just succeeded in increasing my xmas excitement. Seasons greetings!
Thanks for the comment! xx This looks so nice
@Yolandaas : thanks!@glamorousGirl: Thank you much.
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