Jamaican Sauce With White Rice By Patsy

Hi,
Thought I should share this. I made Jamaican sauce with white rice yesterday 25th Dec. Although some ingredients weren't present, but hubby insisted he would eat nothing else, and I had to make do with what I have in store and it came out yummy.

Ingredients.
1 small sized Cabbage
4 medium sized Carrots
1 Green pepper chopped 3 dry bay leaves
1 can Green peas 1 can Red Kidney beans 
Tatashe..(didn't have this one)
3 cupfuls blended Tomatoes
a handful chopped Shombo pepper (Red chillies)
1 large red Onion
1/2 cup chopped Fresh pepper ata rodo (Scotch bonnet)
1/2 kg Beef or suya 2 cups vegetable oil (500ml)
3 seasoning cubes, you can use less to your taste Salt to taste

Steps.
Season your beef and 1. boil till it's soft enough.
2. Then Fry until it's very dry.(pix1 &2)
Remove the beef from the oil and set aside.
3. Fry onion with a pinch of salt(hubby doesn't like salt oh, so it's always a pinch I cook with)(pix3)
4. Add your blended tomatoes and shombo pepper and allow to fry.(p…

'My pastor didn't give me enough time to think before accepting that proposal' - Woman cries in court




A civil servant, Mrs Victoria Igbo, on Monday told a Nyanya Customary Court, Abuja, that her pastor hurried her into marring the wrong man.





Victoria, who filed a petition seeking dissolution of marriage her, said that her pastor did not give her enough time to make up her mind before marriage.



“My husband proposed to marry me the same time he met my pastor and asked my hand in marriage.



“I told my pastor that he should give me three months to think about it.



“But my pastor said that three months was too long to think about it. He then gave

me only two weeks to pray over it which I did; after which I told my pastor that I agreed,” she said.



Victoria said that since she married her husband, it has been one trouble or the other.



“My husband keeps incur debts and most times when he gets into trouble as a result of that, I have no other option than to pay,” the petitioner said.



She also said that she was not aware that her husband had several children before settling down with her.



“My pastor told me that he had only one child out of wedlock, but after the marriage, I realised that my husband had several children.



“One of the women came to our house one day, dropped one of his children and absconded, I went through stress taking care of the child,” she said.



The petitioner also told the court that her husband beats her always.



She said that she had to move out of the house because she was tired of the marriage.



She also begged the court to dissolve the marriage.



Joseph Igbo, the respondent, who was present in court, denied all the allegations, and begged the court not to dissolve the marriage.



The judge, Jemilu Jega, advised the couple to go back home and try to reconcile.



He adjourned the case until May 16, for hearing

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