Question And Answer On Kitchen Affairs

Aunty Eya please do a post on Question and Answer concerning kitchen affairs. There are a lot of questions about cooking I need to ask and I'm sure others too have. Thanks. Michgirl

Thank you Michgirl. I never thought of this. I think I should ask too cos I have my own question about sweet potatoes. Apart from frying, does anyone know another delicious method of preparing sweet potatoes please? They taste too sweet when I boil. These are very affordable in Abuja yet I
don't buy cos I know just one method of cooking them which can be boring. Any other method? Please help me enjoy sweet potatoes.

If you have any question on Kitchen affairs please leave it here. You may be lucky to get the answer you have been looking for.

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  1. Instead of cutting the sweet potatoe vewy big,u can cut it vewy vewy tiny in form of chips before frying. that way it comesout vewy dry like plantain chips and crackers.
    With ketchup,u've a snack already.

    ~BONARIO~says so via NOKIA3310

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    1. Bonario, your head dey there!
      Chop knuckle jare!
      I'm frying my irish looking sweet potato just the way you described above.

      Let me go see if it's done! :D

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  2. Pottage isn't as sweet as boiled from experience and it can be pounded. You will think its poundo but don't over boil it

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    1. Anonymous7/10/2013

      U can also add it to d yam used 4 poundo or eba n it tastes really nice.michgirl

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    2. don't understand u guys, elaborate please...

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    3. Mabel, by pounding, do u mean that we can pound it alone? Won't it be too sweet? Please reply.. Thanx

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    4. It can also be used in making farmhouse pottage ie beans with yam, plantain and sweet potato.

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    5. Anonymous7/11/2013

      Thank you Stanley

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  3. I came to this blog and found love, friendliness, peace and education.

    But somehow some peeps who carry hate, envy, vile, bile and wickedness where they exist obviously found this blog and decided to share a piece of their cake and it's recipe and now some other ppl are now making that same cake.

    I have never been surprised that things have changed here, can't speak for others but I know about my own life and it's up's and down... Life will always promise you a jolly ride, but end up dishing you a jagged one at some point. My surprise is that many of us don't understand this including Aunty Eya.

    Let me share this about me...

    Recently, I turned my life into an open book, no pretense, to tension, no hate! The 1st and only time i entered a police cell or even custody was during my NYSC posting in the remotest of villages in Ekiti State. Every fellow corper hated me, the even sold me out to the indigenes who's hate became viral. Someone asked me yesterday on BBM, what's ur most happiest day? And I replied the day I left Ekiti back for Lagos.

    I got into cell from the hands of some1 who I welcomed, fed and even helped at many instances, she was hoping to be in a relationship with me, she was chubby and not my kinda girl so I started to create the distance (note I never was for 1ce intimate with her) then she realized and joined the #BenHateTeam of Moba/ekiti.

    In short she took the job to her self to insult me everywhere and anywhere... The straw that broke the camels back was her insulting me while I was addressing newly posted corpers to the town. After which she emptied a big bowl of water used to rinse plate on me, then she dashed to the always empty police post opposite our lodge to lay a report that I slapped her... I was in cell for the 1st time in my life for good 16 hours until she decided to end the case. She apologized for puting me through all that stress and I smiled with her the next day

    Why was I hated that much? I realized in the whole wretched town most of the corpers lived and behaved like indigenes. Many of this corpers were just angry at the fact that I could afford a lot of stuff without alawi, the way I dressed, carried my self and related, my gadgets and so on. Some of them have never been to lagos sef, so they began to see me as a threat and as if I was IBB's grand son, envy was rife!

    My point is... hate will lead us no where! No matter how grieved we are we must learn to understand we are all humans. You delete my comment, you drag from LIB, SDK is the best blog, you cancel my food and so on won't make us happier.. Afterall, someday we'll lay down 6ft with no more chance to say I love you, I appreciate you irrespective... Isn't that the life of JESUS!

    To Aunty Eya, my candid advice: no matter what anyone spew's, spams or tracks let this blog be an open book! The yoruba's will say "Ti aba gun iyan ni nu epo epa, eni ma yo ma yo" meaning: if we pound yam in groundnut shell whoever will be satisfied will be irrespective.

    To Ahdaisy: at some point you've exhibited a whole lot of perseverence but no restraint. Looking past some peeps, issues and past will help a whole lot.

    To all: whether you all leave today or tomrw to SDK, it wouldn't change anytin, some1 like me won't move an inch away from this Blog and I know we have 100's if not thousands of me here already.


    Nuff'Said
    Have a blissful day ya'll

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    1. You Make brain dear. Well said!

      My sentiments Exactly.

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    2. Wise talk dear

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    3. Mrs Dayo7/10/2013

      GBAM! Well Said. Ace, so you have correct sense like dis? On LIB you are just anyhow. You will make a good leader.

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    4. WORD! Thank you Ace.

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    5. Ace baba, wa gbayi. I wish I could give u a hand shake. 2day u have spoken well.

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    6. My Man, you are very intelligent.
      Envy is very bad and fortunately, it destroys it's carrier first. Whether I have enough time to comment or not. WC is my blog anytime. I no send.

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    7. Anonymous7/10/2013

      Ace I understood you but for the past few days this blog has been quiet and relatively peaceful. It's the same Eya that has started stirring controversies bringing up posts like the blog is too boring and also talking about the tracking issues. She obviously enjoys the 'hate' as you put it.
      I believe people were just airing their opinions as to why the blog was becoming dry. I know it's easy for us to label any criticism as hate but if you think about it, the blog would have continued being 'peaceful' and 'hatefree' had Eya not started to bring up controversial topics. So before you talk about people hating on this blog, just relax and realize that Eya enjoys the hate because it increases traffic for her

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    8. Anonymous7/10/2013

      Baba elewon

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    9. thanks all for your words...
      we can spend more time helping each other than the other way round.

      thanks again!

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    10. Fyn Ijebu Chic7/10/2013

      Oga Ace, so u served in Ekiti. I am presently serving dere nt far from MOBA sha. Our rural rugged is in MOBA sef.
      D hate tin still dey, I dnt knw why corpers won't come together and see themselves as one.
      Na dem knw Rich corper,normal corper and poor corper.
      I av refuse to send anybody(even LGI and ZI dey envy corpers wey dem feel say get small change for hand and do not av dealings with dem), hate me all u can, e no go commot 10k for my body.

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    11. @Ijebu Chic, yes ooo I served in Ek, always hear dem call themselves "Awe" or say "Mu ko mi" instead of "mu funmi"

      What part of Moba is ur rural rugged, I never attended rural rugged sha but I use to stay in Igogo but Otun was my 2nd home in moba! Other towns like Erimopke, Aye, Osan, Ilejemeje, Ikosu, Ido-Osi, Ikun, ikole, ijero and Aiyetoro are just around... It's a lovely place!

      Generally, electricity 100%, good or near perfect one way roads, pipe borne water everywhere you look, but the ppl are wicked.

      Wish you a lovely stay there as you obey the yeye clarion call!

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    12. Thumbs up dearie!let's continue to live in harmony with each other. Wc wil alwys remain one of my fav blogs. This is the only blog that made me creat google acct simple bc I saw oneness and peace.

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    13. Fyn Ijebu Chic7/11/2013

      @oga ace, rural is @ Otun.
      Dat their language ehn.... Took me tym to understand ooo, though I am yoruba. 'Yin mi je', 'ka se'.
      Electricity is still gud bt to browse na war.
      Hmmmmm, Ekiti pple, apologies to those in d house ooo, bt whoever said the Ijebu's were stingy probably never met a Correct Ekiti person.
      Me, I am dancing my gud to go dance already. Na real yeye clarion call. Paying allowance on d 11th.

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  4. Anonymous7/10/2013

    Sweet potatoes can be cooked just exactly like you cook yam porridge,and dried cat fish can be added..I naturally don't like sweet potatoes but I can usually eat it wen made into porridge..its nt too sweet nd it tastes nicer when cooked like this...Rosie

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  5. Anonymous7/10/2013

    Hello, WC house. How is everyone doing?
    Please I have a few questions.
    1) How do you know good ogbono just by looking at it?
    By 'good' I mean the type that 'draws' very well.
    2) How do you know good yam just by looking at it?
    By 'good' I mean the type that is good for pounded yam, the type that 'draws'.
    3) How do you know good watermelon just by looking or feeling its weight or hitting it?
    By 'good' I mean the type that is ripe and possibly very sweet.
    Thank you.

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    1. There re two types of Ogbonno, my paternal lingua calls them Ujuru and Adu. Ujuru is the one they eat the flesh while Adu(or Owe in Urhobo)'s flesh isn't eaten. Adu draws far more than Ujuru.
      How to know is this: Pick an Ogbono seed and break it into two, rub both surfaces together and if it produces a draw sap then you got your original Ogbono.

      Yam? Am not a pro coz there're different species of it. I always ask my customer but I prefer the dry looking yams coz they tend to be sweet when boiled.

      in the North when we hit the watermelon and hear a "koi" kind of sound you know its good but if you hit it with your fingers and it sounds "dom" then its either too soft or already bad.
      My two pence

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    2. For the watermelon! If its frm maiduguri where it hardly rains its usually sweeter, in short they have the sweetest water melon! When you pick it up its usually heavy, not like some that are light, then hit it if it makes a dum song its bad, if its a light sound its good.

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    3. Sorry Ujuru is Owe in Urhobo

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    4. I don learn sometin today o! I hv only one woman I buy ogbono from if I go I wil just tel her to gv me Aju witout even knowing the difference.

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    5. Anonymous7/10/2013

      Thank you so much Debby and Deborah. I've learnt quite a bit today. When next I buy watermelon, I'll put my listening skills to test, lol @koi and dom/dum sound. I always used to wonder why people lift them and hit them. Thanks too for the ogbono tips, now I know better.
      God bless you.

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  6. Anonymous7/10/2013

    *but I usually eat..sowi 4 d typo.

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  7. Oga Ace, thanks for the words of wisdom. One thing is certain, ppl rejoice when you do several good for the them but the moment you do one wrong whether directly or indirectly, they turn on you and forget all the good you did. No wahala. Aunty Eya, just keep doing you and even if the whole world turns against you, history will always favour you...

    Now my question. How do you keep potatoes fresh for long?

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    1. Storing them in an open place, on the floor works some form of long term magic. Better than baskets. Try it.

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    2. Anonymous7/11/2013

      Keep the potatoes in an airy area

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  8. Anonymous7/10/2013

    Anty Eya thanks 4 the post my first question. Wat spices n (maggi)do u use to mk stew cos I only use star n salt to cook my stew n it doesn't taste like odas I've eaten. Pls help a sista. Michgirl

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    1. i read a post one time where Aunty Eya said she uses Benny spice for her stew. Never tried it tho. But if Aunt Eya says its good, then its good. lol

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    2. Anonymous7/10/2013

      For ur stew blend your tomatoes with enough onions and tatashe, then boil ur meat with curry, thyme , Maggi or knorr, fresh ginger and garlic, atimes I add yellow pepper too for the flavour. Make sure u fry ur tomatoes well , in not frying make sure u boil it to dry to remove the sour taste, I also add tomato puree. Goodluck as u try

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      *if not frying I mean

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    4. Anonymous7/11/2013

      I think she said she uses benny spice for rice and knorr for soups

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  9. Pls my qtn is hw do u cook meat and mak it vry vry vry soft? Is it by boiling and boiling? I eat meat in some places and it so soft. Hw do I get dat?

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    1. Anonymous7/10/2013

      Boil d meat with lots of Onions. Onions soften meat.

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    2. Anonymous7/11/2013

      Boil ahead of time and store in the freezer. Boil until soft and keep so that even when you cook in a hurry, meat won't be tough. You can boil with a pressure cooker.

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  10. Pls how can I stop weevil from getting into my beans! Once I buy I have to use it that day, even if I keep it for one week I will see big big weevils and I can't use it again! Pls how do I preserve and store beans for long!

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    1. Clean up ur storehouse!

      Lucinda

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    2. I pour my beans in an air tight container, pour half cup of dried pepper inside and cover. My beanns stays a month plus

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    3. Lucinda I make sure I clean my store, but hv been afraid of spraying insecticide bcos it may poison d food stuff donno if its true? Thanks namesake will try that, but

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    4. Wen I was in skol I kept my beans 4 3months without weavil in dem. All Ʊ need 2 do is buy dry unblended small pepper (1 tomato tin cup) and pour inside. Ʊ can use d same pepper over and over, just pour it back in2 b bean container. Even if Ʊ bought bean wit weavil, they wil all run out.

      #My2Cents

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    5. Anonymous7/10/2013

      @ Deborah: get that big Eva water bottle, pour d beans gradually into it as u would groundnut. Screw with d bottle cap. Ur beans is safe n fine. :)

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    6. Anonymous7/10/2013

      Storing them in airtight containers with pepper as earlier said works great. Also storing them inside ziplock bags inside the freezer,works the best,as they can stay for years,even. They still come out ready to use, as though you just bought it.

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    7. Storing it in airtight container with unblended dry pepper is d gbam!

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    8. Anonymous7/11/2013

      Store the beans in a freezer n it can stay for years.

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    9. Anonymous7/11/2013

      i keep my beans in refrigerator. works for me as my mum recommended it

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  11. Anonymous7/10/2013

    Have u voted for Nigeria's BBA rep Melvin 2day? Pls let's support our own.sms VOTE MELVIN to 34350 u can use any network...or vote via their website bigbrotherafrica.com.Thanks u beautiful people of Nigeria.One love.Aunty Eya God bless u real good,hommies God bless u too.

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    1. what if i choose to vote for my own personal favourite housemate that is not Nigerian?

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    2. Anonymous7/10/2013

      Then I say to you, learn to be patriotic,first & foremost.

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    3. Anonymous7/10/2013

      @ Anon. Sometimes patriotic does not cut any beans for anyone. Will the winner be patriotic enough to share the loot with all the patriots who voted for him or her...ehnnn.

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    4. Anonymous7/10/2013

      They are not supposed to share their loot with you. We as a nation share in the glory brought to us as a nation . Nigerian ,we need to learn to be very patriotic!!! This is the secret weapon Americans hold over the world!! Everything is not about money. Nigerians have got to also change this mind-set that someone owes them money. We should learn to develop pride in ourselves as a nation,that is the only way we can make a head way as a nation!!!! These back-bitings have got to stop!!!

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  12. Ehen plz Aunty Eya why have we not had a post on banga rice. Searched for it and didnt find any. Please i would love to learn it o. So would others (i guess). Its a really nice meal.

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    1. Just add perboiled rice 2 ur banga soup...ensure d rice is half done...the way Ʊ wil do jollof rice, then after Ʊ raise excess starch out, pour into your banga soup that's in preparation and let em cook 2geda..that way Ʊ have banga jollof rice..add any leaf of ur choice 4 extra nice taste.

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    2. Ok. I'd try that. Tnk u

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  13. Thank you Jay...

    To store flour for long, put it in an airtight bag or container then put it in the freezer for some weeks so that any thing in it will die. Then you can bring it out and keep for as long as you want still in an airtight container.

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  14. I pour my beans in a covered bucket and store in my freezer. It certainly works because i cannot remember the last time i saw a weevil.

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    1. Yea,this method works very well for me.

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  15. Please who knows how Scanfrost cooker/oven/grill works for baking a cake. which side should the knob be turned to and for how many minutes should it bake for?? Twice I've ended up with sunken and burnt cake:(

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  16. @deborah, u can put ur beans in a container n leave it in a fridge or deep freezer.

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  17. Though I haven't tried it, I saw a recipe where you shred your sweet potatoes to be as thin as chips, you brush them with little oil, then place them in a plate and put into your microwave oven. Don't remember the temperature it was set to. But, cook in your MW till it's brown; has a roasted look. You can experiment on it.

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  20. In the spirit of sharing kitchen tips, here's another one. Have a seperate wash sponge or foam for your drinking glasses and cups. This will help you eliminate that 'fishy' or 'egg-like' smell most glass cups have. That smell puts me off wen i ask for a glass of water while visiting someone. When you use the same sponge for washing food off your plates to wash your drinking glasses and cups, then you will have that nauseating smell. Your visitors might not say anything, but they notice.

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    1. Anonymous7/10/2013

      Tank u....I hardly drink water outside cos I hate dat smell.

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      All I could do was lol. I'm guilty of dat n will get a nu sponge.michgirl

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  21. Plz can someone put up a receipe for vegetable soup and stew! I so need to learn this food exp the stew. As for the soup mine doesn't taste like the one I eat outside.

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  22. Aunty eya plz if one wants to check a "Particular" receip how do I go abt it witout checking tru related receipes.thanks

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    1. For instance type, egusi soup on wives connection and voila, you are there.

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    2. Google, pizza on wives connection, and you are face to face with it. Just type the recipe on wives connection. Dasall

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  23. Anonymous7/10/2013

    Make una no vex o, i came late.
    Please i love that locust bean seeds (iru) in ofada stew. I'm not yoruba but from the ist day i tasted that stew, i ve not allowed anybody rest.
    Now my question is; which foods can i use the iru to prepare and how do i use it?
    Sorry again that my question came late, but please, help a sister in need.

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    1. Iru can be used for any fried stew: just add it to the sauce to cook.
      It can be used in ogbono, okra, vegetable and egusi soup and it can be added half way through your cooking.
      I put in yam porridge/pottage, plantain porridge, ofada stew, ayamase stew.

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    2. I add iru mostly to my vegetable soup and okro. If I have to add to ogbono then I smash it, so I don't see it. As for the timing I add when my meat is almost cooked.
      I also add iru to my ordinary stew and it gives it a unique taste. I fry it with my onions and curry leaf before adding my fresh tomatoes.
      Ofada stew for me can't be made without iru.
      Lastly I add it in my local rice( palm oil rice) and banga rice.
      Eerrrrhm goodnyt, @Ace I couldn't read your epistle maybe 2mrrw

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  24. I so agree with the anon who said Eya loves controversy I have long suspected that. Anyway to the original question on this post Eya google is your friend and YouTube your cooking teacher use them. You can make sweet potato pie or sweet potato pudding, sweet potato bread, roasted sweet potatoes basically anything you can do with tubers can be done with the sweet potato.

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  25. Anonymous7/10/2013

    I read your letter of appeal Ace.

    I am not moved because these bloggers know what they are doing.

    It is so unfortunate the readers are blinded by their loyalty to them and never see any wrong as members of a church see no wrong in their pastors.

    I am not addicted to any blog. Read whatsoever catches my fancy and leave because i don't know these bloggers on one-one basis,only accept what they write which might be true or lie.

    You do not know the true personality of anybody until you live with them or interact with them on daily basis. Nobody is without fault.

    I have read the posts and comments here to know that this particular blogger enjoys the whole attention and drama.

    Readers,read and take whatever information you want and leave,must you comment on every article?

    Thank you.

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    2. I wonder o...I must comment syndrome!

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    3. Anonymous7/11/2013

      Thank you very much. And she's always using the sympathy cards. Her thick voltrons cannot see through it. And when you mention it they call you a hater.
      It's one thing to like controversy and not care but it's another to crave for it and pretend as if you are the victim.
      And that is my BIG problem with Eya. Over last week, the blog was quiet cos she made people believe that she doesn't like chaos and was also deleting comments.
      Now after the blog became peaceful she started posting controversial topics, knowing very well that it would not bring peaceful comments. The most surprising thing is that this time round she is not deleting the hateful comments cos she wants to increase traffic. When you point out these things to her, you are labeled a hater. Of all her voltrons, it's only Deborah I respect, cos she was the only one that could question some of her moves and eventhough things were clarified later I will always respect Debora for that cos I know she is someone who does not blindly follow

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  26. Anonymous7/11/2013

    Bitterleaf souls that won't comment yet you are here reading our comments

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  27. Anonymous7/11/2013

    Who is this pasting her bitter comment on every post? You can like to jump into the lagoon. Ddnt Deborah realise her mistake in the end???

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  28. Anonymous7/11/2013

    Go back and read Deborahs second comment before trying too hard to instigate hate on the sumptuous aunty eya

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  29. Anonymous7/11/2013

    Hmmmm, some people woke up early to hate and cuss, una don sweep/dress beds? Na question i ask o

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  30. Let me add the lil kitchen tips I know.
    --- Onions and salt don't go together, I mean in storage. Store ur onions far from where ur salt is, salt makes onions to decay as soon as it touches it. Also, if u can't use up a whole bulb of onion at a go, cut it with a V shape instead of circular. That way air will still be circulating on it and will make it last longer after cutting.
    --- When cooking ogbono soup, if you want it to draw and thicken very well, don't cover the pot after you add the ogbono. Leave it open and allow to boil, you'll notice the difference. Also Onions doesn't make ogbono to draw very well, add sparingly, maybe only when you're steaming meat and even then, just little.
    --- If you want your meat to be very soft, don't add water initially when you put it on fire. Just add all the ingredients to the beef, and place the pot on fire, allow the beef to produce its own water and leave to almost dry before adding water. That way you get tender meat.
    --- In boiling cow leg, throw a piece of tom-tom sweet into the pot. I heard putting a nail also works, but for the hygiene issues. Tom-tom is a healthier, better, hygienic and cost effective alternative. Tom-tom also works with strong kpomo too.
    Ciao

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    1. Tom-tom sweet? How on earth did someone figure that out? won't it change the taste of the food in anyway?

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    2. Pink sunset my thoughts exactly. The tom tom will give the cow leg a minty and slightly burning taste hence spoil the taste of the soup after the cowleg has been added.

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    3. Anonymous7/11/2013

      @Cherrie_Jo, thanks a lot for the tips.I've learnt from them... Simi

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  31. Anonymous7/11/2013

    Tried commenting yesterday but couldn't.I descoverd bay leaf n its really nice wen u add to ur food esp stew it gives it a lovely aroma but ull hv to remove d leaf afta ur done cookin cos its hard to chew. Anybody knw abt any oda spice pls share cos I love spices n wen I watch food channels n see them I wanna use them but dnt knw on wat.michgirl

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  32. Anonymous7/11/2013

    U can also use bay leaf to cover up burnt smell 4 us who burn food a lot.

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  33. Hope I'm not late.
    Please someone help me out.Is corn flour the same as custard powder?

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    1. Anonymous7/11/2013

      No, they are totally different. Corn flour is more coarse,while custard powder is powdery.

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      No,its nt d same

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  34. Anonymous7/11/2013

    Now this is embarrassing..sha lemme cover my face before asking...
    Pls o, I use a gas cooker at home but I'm always scared to use the oven part. I have so many recipes I'll love to try but this fear of fire is holding me back. How do I light/ use my oven. Thank you very much.

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    1. You will see a round hole at the bottom, twist the oven knob and position ur lighter at the hole to light it. What I'm confused about is the duration of baking and to which side the knob should be turned to cos I always end up with burnt cake turning to the left. I've asked here n yet to get a reply. Keep reading...

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  35. Anonymous7/11/2013

    Pls ooo my WC family how do u fry ice fish without it scattering?

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    1. Anonymous7/11/2013

      Fry with much oil. Put fish in much hot oil. Deep frying not shallow.

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  36. Anonymous7/11/2013

    Allow the oil to be very hot before putting in the fish, and then when its brown n dry on d side flip to d other side to fry.

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  38. Rub baking flour on the fish before frying and ensure the oil is hot before putting the fish in it.

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  39. Jazmyn7/11/2013

    Please where can one buy ziploc bags in Nigeria? Many times I want to keep snacks in those smaller ziplock bags before putting in my kids lunch boxes but I have no idea where to buy them. Please help.

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    1. Anonymous7/12/2013

      If u live in Abuja go to Grand square. U will see all sizes there. If not U can try big supermarkets in ur city. But I doubt o. Even Spar and Park n Shop no de get. I tire for all these Naija people , na only nylon bag dem sabi!

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  40. Anonymous7/12/2013

    People selling kitchen utensils sell ziploc bags.

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  41. Anonymous7/12/2013

    Thanks Gee Emmy. But there are four holes at the bottom . 2 in the middle and 2 bigger ones on the left and right.

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    1. Whatttt. Never heard of this ur type. Get a professional to help out or check the manual for direction. Don't set ur house ablaze pls.

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  42. Anonymous7/12/2013

    Thanks Gee Emmy. But there are four holes at the bottom . 2 in the middle and 2 bigger ones on the left and right.

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  43. Anonymous7/12/2013

    People selling kitchen utensils sell ziploc bags.

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