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|Traditional Meal On Good Friday by Epi: 9:55pm On Mar 25, 2009|
Where I come from, Good Friday is a valued and respected holiday more so than any other holiday. No cooking of red meat, pork and any drinking or selling of alcohol.
I don’t eat red meat/pork on Good Friday (It’s a family tradition) instead its seafood (preferable fish) Do you follow that kind tradition?
Some of the meals are Conkie, anything made from cassava meal, and ground provisions etc serve with fish, mackerel or red herring
|Re: Traditional Meal On Good Friday by Nobody: 11:41pm On Mar 25, 2009|
This seems like a practice of SDA.
No meat on Friday, but fish allowed
I used to follow it, but now am not a SDA anymore. Although, I barely eat that much meat to begin with.
It's actually a good thing. . . .all this ppl growing big on meat needs to cool it down for atleast one day
Epi, one question: Red meat is not another name for pork, is it?
|Re: Traditional Meal On Good Friday by Hauwa1: 11:57pm On Mar 25, 2009|
i eat my Snail on good friday. yes snail, rodo, tatashe with oniony . lent is not complete without that,
get soy burger
|Re: Traditional Meal On Good Friday by Nobody: 12:01am On Mar 26, 2009|
By the way you talk about snail so much, I'd like to try it.
Making a trip to publix on friday.
Hauwa, mind sharing a recipe? please?
|Re: Traditional Meal On Good Friday by Hauwa1: 12:06am On Mar 26, 2009|
oh only if you can get fresh (live) snails there. i hope so.
i love fried peppered snail. but my preference is for stew. just like you make your stew: tomatoe, hot pepper, onion, curry, salt, maggi, evoo, tatashe or reddish bell pepper, snail (igbin) lol
oh goodness! outta this world. the scent of a fresh snail stew is . i said fresh snail i mean those live ones. no kill the thing like Leilah did o
|Re: Traditional Meal On Good Friday by Nobody: 12:10am On Mar 26, 2009|
ehrrm eww, why can't you kill the snail?
Am I supposed to like just drop it inside a pot alive?
I dnt think publix sells live snails
|Re: Traditional Meal On Good Friday by Hauwa1: 12:53am On Mar 26, 2009|
i doubt it too. better live snails boku for nigeria not the kiripor they have in the stores here
well, what i saw my mom did was to use the hard part of a knife to hit the shell slightly then remove it. it is so easy to do. i don't know of the hot water way until Leilah posted suffering the poor snail
|Re: Traditional Meal On Good Friday by Nobody: 12:56am On Mar 26, 2009|
lmaooooooooo. . . .if not hot water, then what do you use?
And do they sell those stones used to clean them?
I rem licking those stones. tasted weird and good
|Re: Traditional Meal On Good Friday by Hauwa1: 1:00am On Mar 26, 2009|
you mean Alum? ewww you lick alum ke
i use the hard part of a knife to hit the back of the huge snail (not those baby igbin ). after like the 3rd hit, it will be easy to remove (that's how i saw my mom did hers). then you wash with lime or alum.
|Re: Traditional Meal On Good Friday by Nobody: 1:08am On Mar 26, 2009|
Yes, that thing tasted good
Then what happens? Do you season it, leave it for a while for the seasoning to sink in. Then boil, broil, or fry?
~writes down notes in journal~
|Re: Traditional Meal On Good Friday by TOYOSI20(f): 1:20am On Mar 26, 2009|
Nice to know Good Friday is just around the corner once again . . . .Ahhhhhhhhhhhhh. . . ,
We usually just do sea food all through, and from Shrimp fried rice to baked red snapper, (Tilapia tends to be a little bland as far as the flavor goes),
Sea Bass, and Cat Fish are a better alternative cause of the texture and of course the taste,
And in our Egusi soup we use different kinds of dried fish, and some times even lobsters and crab meat, . . . . .
must admit it isn’t as rich but difference is always very welcoming. . . . .
PS. ma best friend is a Vegan. So she’s used to going without meat already, she always opts for tofu, and egg dishes,
as well as lots of green leafy Veggies too, . . . .i will put up some recipes later when I get a chance too.
Oh BTW Enjoy Ur Holiday!!
|Re: Traditional Meal On Good Friday by Nobody: 1:24am On Mar 26, 2009|
OMG, YOU PPL DEY ENJOY O
|Re: Traditional Meal On Good Friday by Hauwa1: 1:39am On Mar 26, 2009|
i thought not eating anything with blood including seafood is the tradition
|Re: Traditional Meal On Good Friday by Epi: 2:43am On Mar 26, 2009|
*Hauwa*:And you are correct, that's why I eat the salt fish rather than the fresh fish from the market.
absolutely, no pork on Good Friday. Eating pork on a Good Friday is the "biggest" sin you can commit, a BIG no-no
|Re: Traditional Meal On Good Friday by No2Atheism(m): 5:07am On Mar 26, 2009|
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|Re: Traditional Meal On Good Friday by iice(f): 10:12am On Mar 26, 2009|
@Topic, and i thought Christmas and likes were very important holidays
Anyway, we mostly eat Seafoods. But its not a staple since we all are of various beliefs anyway
|Re: Traditional Meal On Good Friday by nana(f): 6:26pm On Mar 29, 2009|
Hmm,I make frejon for good friday. Very stressful but yummy! Looking 4ward to preparing it!
|Re: Traditional Meal On Good Friday by Leilah(f): 8:18pm On Mar 30, 2009|
howah, I didnt want to hurt them though! thats why i tot that throwing them into bioling water would not be a painful death!!
|Re: Traditional Meal On Good Friday by Epi: 3:06pm On Apr 01, 2009|
Wow!! From the responses, everyone is eating but nobody cooking on Good Friday. So am I to assume that Nairaland young ladies don’t cook. . . .Please say it aint so.
|Re: Traditional Meal On Good Friday by iice(f): 5:14pm On Apr 01, 2009|
Did you think they would just appear on the table, of course we will cook it
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