Ikokore or (Ekpang Nkukwo without the vegetable leaf)

When I said I fell in love with a dish, this is one of those that makes me ask for second and third servings.  This dish is not peculiar to any tribe in Nigeria because each tribe cooks it in different ways and with different ingredients and have different names for it (the only denominator […]

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Roll-Up MoiMoi (made from blackeye peas)

I know that I could go into so much detail about MoiMoi but realized that so many people may have had this once in their life at a Nigerian event or an African event.  Moimoi is made from Nigerian brown beans or blackeye peas.  It is a staple in some Nigerian homes that no day go […]

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Gizdodo Stew (Plantain and gizzard)

They call it Gizdodo, but you have never had it this good until you taste Lady V’s made dodo stew with gizzard. Oh my goodness! God indeed made all things beautiful but some more tasty than others. Part of my point and kill products is this gizzard. Honestly, I am not big on gizzard and […]

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Chicken Sauce (with undeveloped egg)

Chicken Sauce (made with developing egg before shell formation) Hmmmm, remember a week ago when I took a trip to Littlestown, Pennsylvania to buy point and kill goat and chicken? I had purchased 20 hens with no idea that they have so much undeveloped eggs inside of them. I guess I can say, it was […]

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Abacha and Nkwobi (The Igboman’s relaxation food)

We got off from church on this Sunday afternoon and I invited my friend and her family to my home for lunch, then few minutes after their arrival, my cousin called me that they were on their way to my house. Since I know both of them very well as non food people, I decided […]

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In the Process

Someone said that a goal without a plan is nothing but a dream but I add, it is nothing but a wish and if wishes were horses, the blind will ride. I am working hard on my goal.

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Ata Lilo Stew

Ata Lilo Stew First I want to say that I do not like parboiled rice, the only time I use it in my house is when I want to cook jambalaya or Naija style jollof rice. Thinking outside that box today, I decided to dedicate this Ata Lilo styled stew to Dooney and mom for […]

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