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deborah bala
1:14 PM (5 hours ago)
to me
Hi aunty, I watched iron chef America yesterday on food network and wow, an idea just hit me in the head. I think it's time for us to take the blog to a new level, lets be
daring and try out other type of continental dishes, even if we don't get them the way they are meant, at least its better than none. 
 yesterday on iron chef the main secret ingredient was plaintain and i was surprised at all the various dishes that where made with plaintain, it's time to leave the stereotype  African mentality of just frying plaintain or making porridge, so my idea goes thus: each week or month Youu can bring a secret ingredient that should be the main crux of the meal and then all bloggers can try out different ideas and send in, it will be so much fun. what do you think? as for me this weekend am trying out baked plaintain and plaintain pudding i learnt frm iron chef ystd, and even if its not nice u must post it oooooooooooooooooo let's get the Miss and Mrs anonymous talking, cheers.

Hi Ladies, what do you think of Deborah's idea?
Let the talking begin, now!

Comments

  1. Challenge Accepted!!! :-)

    Great idea. Yeah girrrlz let's step it up!

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  2. I think it is a good idea I was also amazed at d many dishes made out of plantain. So am also up for it.

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  3. Anonymous3/19/2013

    Shey that day I said Eya should be more diverse and even look @ dishes from other countries that can be found on the web..Una curse me tire....Now is this not trying to be more diverse n learning new things from other countries....Anyway IT'S A GOOD IDEA...I'm game

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    1. Anonymous3/20/2013

      If u r interested, write comment, pick NAME/URL, write any name, skip URL, continue to publish ur comment.

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  4. Woooow! Am super excited! Yeah ladies its time to bring it on!

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  5. Let's activate our creative side *wink*
    http://dezzyscreation.blogspot.com

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  6. @marie u also watched the show! At least am not the only one that saw all the dishes made out of our plantain!

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  7. Let's activate our creative side *wink*
    http://dezzyscreation.blogspot.com

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  8. Anonymous3/19/2013

    Sounds intresting,always liked tryin new delicacies.

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  9. Very interesting! Lets go there!!!

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  10. Am up for disss...

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  11. creamberry3/19/2013

    Bring it on ladies,I'm game

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  12. Sounds like a great idea, I like trying out new meals.

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  13. Anonymous3/20/2013

    oya na lets start abeg.

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  14. Anty Eya! Where r u nau? All the contenders r in and ready for action, waiting for the next agenda.

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  15. Iam so excited about this. Ok, can we make it like: Every week,we pick one secret ingredient, create our individual dishes and begin to send pics as soon as we cook. At the end of that week, we stop posting for that ingredient and pick another one.
    I bet to beat everybody with my creative juices and a lil help from Google.

    We'll pick on Fridays, to enable us use the weekend to sort out and pick whatever we think we need for our dishes.
    For this week can we pick plantain? ripe or unripe, anything plantain? For subsequent weeks we pick on fridays.
    Any AGREEMENT or DISAGREEMENTS? lETS HEAR YOU...

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  16. I wonder what baked plantain would look and taste like? Would try something out with all these ripe plantain i have in the house.

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  17. Nne Mt3/20/2013

    i like the idea, but like deborah said, monthly will be ideal or bi monthly to give us time to ginger our creative side to action. weekly go cos food overload n go slow for this site oh. just my 2 pence. nne

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  18. vicky dazzle3/20/2013

    Set Go!!!! Am in. Let me think or wat I can do with plantain. Mayb plantain pap???? ℓ‎=Dℓ‎​​​

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    1. omg! plantain pap....lmao....barbranewton's blog

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  19. Anonymous3/20/2013

    ......and please can you all post the dishes to my home for sampling? I am one lazy cook! :D

    p.s thumb up gu-rls!

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    1. Hahaha! We like even the lazy cook recipes:)

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  20. If weekly is too much, can we make it bi monthly?

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  21. young awesome mum3/20/2013

    Good idea, whenever i food network (chopped nd iron chef especially) nd see the amazing dishes they make, i always say to myself "what do we knw other than garri nd soup, rice, beans fried plantain, porridge etc" this a a really good idea...

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  22. olori mojisola3/20/2013

    oya lets try it bi monthly issorite by me

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  23. Teekay is in too,my screen shot is ready to start snapping great food ideas .yay!

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  24. Shayor3/21/2013

    Yaaaaaay! I'm so loving dis... Ok plantain, choi! Lemme start thinking oo! Eya n Deborah must not beat me to dis! And dt ibo Bonario boy, cos dos ppl like plantain o! Lolz

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  25. Lol@ simply mee

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  26. I sincerely Agree 2 dis mysery secret ingridient4 d week.

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  27. Wao. I love ds.

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  28. Anonymous12/06/2013

    plantain cost o!

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