Hi guys, how is the weekend going?
So let’s debut this new segment on the blog. Every weekend, we will just bant about not-so-serious issues (except you consider jollof rice and fried plantain serious lol)
I came downstairs to make lunch this afternoon when I noticed a plate in the sink that looked like jollof rice. I opened pots to see if the rice was left. It wasn’t and frankly I didn’t care. Was probably going to make my mac anyways. Then I smiled remembering this dp I saw earlier this week.
Stella Dimoko Korkus, a Germany-based Nigerian blogger gushes about jollof rice and how much she misses it, and how people should send her recipes and so on.
On an episode of Meet the Adebanjos, the British (Nigerian) sitcom, Kevin actually spilled on Tobi his friend when Gladys promised him jollof rice. Hian!!!
Matter of fact, since January, I haven’t sat down to cook jollof rice that I will eat. Ditto dodo. And at home when momsie makes jollof rice and plantain, I always pass the plantain. I also NEVER EVER eat plantain given at occasions. Anyama. They are usually cold.
Of course I eat both o but I am certainly not enthralled by it and you can’t bribe me with it. Sawry…
Foods I love and can eat daily?
- Macaroni prepared specially by me
- Smoothies (Coconut and yoghurt MUST be added to the rest of the fruits)
6. Fish and chicken (Prefer to not fry them)
- 7. Amala and abula (found this amazing place to buy it in Festac)
Matter of fact, in the past one month at least, I have had these meals (save amala) nothing less than 4/5days a week. Sometimes more than once a day.
When it comes to food, E’ is soooooo easy to please.
So share with me, what foods are you crazy about, aside jollof rice and plantain that is hehehe
Have a blessed weekend loves