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What did you have for dinner?

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Peacer
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 03, 2006 2:10 am Reply with quote Back to top

I haven't eaten dinner yet but yesterday I had fufu and soup with some lebanese bread with mayonaise and boiled eggs in it.

Post what you had. it will help give me cooking ideas. And remind me that you folks still love our Liberian dish.
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 07, 2006 6:29 am Reply with quote Back to top

Peacer wrote:
I haven't eaten dinner yet but yesterday I had fufu and soup with some lebanese bread with mayonaise and boiled eggs in it.

Post what you had. it will help give me cooking ideas. And remind me that you folks still love our Liberian dish.


Same here on the fufu and soup. Man that soup had my noise running. It had shrimp, tripe, goat meat, fish, smoke turkey, and all the other animals Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing Then I made the real Bassa man dudu to go with the fufu. I have never seen my dad eat and go to sleep but this food did it.

I'm a big fan of fried plaintain and fish.

I try some thing different the last time and it was great. I had some fresh coconut oil from Liberia and I used it to fried my cassava leaf, man can you say finger licking good. What the american saying"It's was so good that it make you wanna slap your momma." Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing I'm hook on that now. Every time I cook cassava leaf, I have to frie it in coconut oil.

Ok let me stop, thats why i'm getting fat around here.


Stay Bless
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 10, 2006 12:43 am Reply with quote Back to top

I had some Palava sauce with rice... I cooked it with a Creole twist.....just enough "slime" to swallow fufu...but you can still eat it with rice. I put some ox tail, dried fish, bonnie, tripe, some "stinky-sweet" (ogesi), cow skin, some "bull foot" ( just cow foot, y'all). Dang!!!!!! it was slammin!
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 10, 2006 5:59 am Reply with quote Back to top

Rinabear07 wrote:
I had some Palava sauce with rice... I cooked it with a Creole twist.....just enough "slime" to swallow fufu...but you can still eat it with rice. I put some ox tail, dried fish, bonnie, tripe, some "stinky-sweet" (ogesi), cow skin, some "bull foot" ( just cow foot, y'all). Dang!!!!!! it was slammin!




Rinabear,

Girl you wrong Crying or Very sad Crying or Very sad Crying or Very sad . You wrong for this one. Now how am I suppose to react to this when I just got home from work with a noisy stomach that the entire block can hear. Now you got me having a taste for Palava sauce and fufu that I can not have right now Crying or Very sad Crying or Very sad Crying or Very sad Crying or Very sad . It's all good. I see how it is. Laughing
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PostPosted: Mon Aug 28, 2006 2:05 pm Reply with quote Back to top

Na wa oooooooo

See as you people come dey describe food.

Well, amma do u all a deal,, invite me for

dinner. I want some Liberian food.

Then amma invite you to taste some nigerian

food. Going through the posts I notice we

all love cowfoot, skin (kpomo or pomo)

oxtail and all the other bits.

Africans love food ooooooooooooooo

How about some Eba with Egusi, dried fish

with bitterleaf and some bushmeat too.

Stop Talking about food oooooooo,

You makeing me hungry.

Sisi Pancake
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PostPosted: Mon Aug 28, 2006 4:20 pm Reply with quote Back to top

Sisi Laughing Laughing you seem to be a pro cooker.

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How about some Eba with Egusi
Sisi No idea on this one.It's some kind of beans? I used to have some Nigerian ecomog friends who used to talked about Eba.

I also love kru gurl fried plaintain and fish
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I'm a big fan of fried plaintain and fish.
It's nice for the evening shot.
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PostPosted: Mon Aug 28, 2006 6:29 pm Reply with quote Back to top

[quote="Peacer"]Sisi Laughing Laughing you seem to be a pro cooker.

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How about some Eba with Egusi
Sisi No idea on this one.It's some kind of beans? I used to have some Nigerian ecomog friends who used to talked about Eba.

I also love kru gurl fried plaintain and fish
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I'm a big fan of fried plaintain and fish.
It's nice for the evening shot.[/quote
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Peacerrrrrrrrrrrrr

Eba is made from dried and shredded cassava.

It is usually prepared similar to fufu, with boiled

water and made into a dough like texture.

The cassava is called Garri when it is dry. When it

has been made into dough texture it is called Eba.

Garri is a very versatile food.

Nigerians are known for enjoying Gari with cold water

added to it, some like to add sugar and some add

condensed or evaporated milk. Peanuts are eaten with it,

or dried fish, Beans which is called *Ewa* , or fried meats

chicken etc. It is extremely filling.

Cassava is one of those foods used world wide. The Europeans

call it manioc, and it is used in preparing Baby foods, and is

a basic ingredient in many European tinned foods simply because

it is starchy and bulks up the food.

Amazing how African foods dominate the Western world.

You comeing to dinner?

I enjoy cooking o.. Love my food too much

Sisi Pancake





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PostPosted: Fri Sep 01, 2006 6:46 am Reply with quote Back to top

Lastnite y'all I had some "Dry rice":- smoke fish, bonnie dust, bitter ball, fried plantains (my twist? sprinkle some ginger on it, you got yourself some kelewele), fried fish, red oil, "dry rice medicine"...........all I can say is "niggeritis". Laughing Laughing Laughing
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PostPosted: Fri Sep 01, 2006 12:13 pm Reply with quote Back to top

Rina oya o

what is bonnie dust, bitter ball and kelewele?

You know I need to be educated o
Besides it sounds reallly yummylicious.

Wellat 6am this morning I made some eba with
some pepper and tomatoes, palmoil and I added
some Nandos sauce to it.
Dat was quick food o. cos you know when
you wake with hunger and you have a headache,
you got to find something to line ya belle b4 u knack
some of those tablets lol.
Mek I go sleep , I no feel well, everybody in the house
say **awwwwww**

Iyabo
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 26, 2009 7:59 am Reply with quote Back to top

This is 2years too late but me I am posting anyway... Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy

Umm I have some Steamed fish, broccli and corn with black rice..

Shoot persen getting up there with age you gotta keep it health conscious sometimes
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