I Love Good Food

I love eating good food but most importantly I love SERVING good foods.
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I follow most of these Food pages on Facebook. Sometimes, when a friend on my list “like” any of those pages, I go through the page and if I’m impressed I follow them.
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I’ve asked some of my Facebook friends to help out with their recipes. When they share a photo of their food, if I like it, I always ask for the recipe.
I may know how to cook/prepare that food, but I’d still ask.
Reason is, I want to learn their own way of preparing that food.
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When I try this, I have a different taste from how I make mine. It’s good. It’s not everyt ime your stew or soups or other dish must taste the same way. It will be boring.
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So back to these pages.
I do not like how most “females” display on these pages, though it’s comic relief sometimes.
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There are times these pages share a food that I’ve never seen before or maybe never thought of before.
I’d write down the recipe for future purposes. If this food is not known by many females, they all will comment with “yummy yummy” , “hmmm”, “I will try this” they tend to ask questions, serious questions.
But when it’s a food they already know how to prepare… Come and see wonders.
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These females will start acting like they are the best cooks in the world. They sometimes insult the admins of the page and claim they don’t know how to cook and then bring in the “is this how you cook for your husband?”
Lmao! pacman emoticon
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One day, I was on a new page and steps were shown on how to make AKARA.
When I read, it was different from how my mom makes hers and different from how I make mine but I wrote it down for later use.
I think the crime of the admin of the page was including “crayfish” as one of the ingredients.
pacman emoticon pacman emoticon
You need to have seen the insults.
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Why do women rubbish another woman for not cooking like them? Why do most women feel if a method of cooking ain’t applied, then you are a bad cook?
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On Christmas day, I was paid to cook for someone. Everything was going on well till I picked up the knife to cut the okro.
My client’s wife said that’s not how to cut okro. She showed me the way she cuts her own okro and told me to cut it that way. I tried but I wasn’t fast. I switched back to my style and she got angry saying I’m a terrible cook.
Haba!
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She is left-handed. I’m right-handed. And I can’t cut the way she wanted.
I told her, point is, this okra will still be into tiny pieces. She just flared up..
Long story, I left the okro for her.
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I don talk too much jare.
Come and eat. grin emoticon
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Written by Nsikak Effiong, a contributor of Abel Abel. You can follow Nsikak on facebok, click here

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