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For The Lady Who Said Nigerian Women Are Poor Cooks by Pmedia7787: 8:03pm On Aug 29
so here is the meal for this night...eating late as she spent 2.5 hours in the kitchen...this one na ministry

Re: For The Lady Who Said Nigerian Women Are Poor Cooks by SenecaTheYonger(f): 8:05pm On Aug 29
might as well just blend everything and drink it as vegetable smoothies.

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Re: For The Lady Who Said Nigerian Women Are Poor Cooks by Janesouthall: 8:05pm On Aug 29
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Re: For The Lady Who Said Nigerian Women Are Poor Cooks by NotFarFrom: 8:06pm On Aug 29
Is this meant to support the Notion that Nigerian women are good cooks?

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Re: For The Lady Who Said Nigerian Women Are Poor Cooks by Pmedia7787: 8:06pm On Aug 29
more..

Re: For The Lady Who Said Nigerian Women Are Poor Cooks by Pmedia7787: 8:08pm On Aug 29
wrapping it up

Re: For The Lady Who Said Nigerian Women Are Poor Cooks by Pmedia7787: 8:10pm On Aug 29
SenecaTheYonger:
might as well just blend everything and drink it as vegetable smoothies.

the taste and preference

I like my cauliflower precooked
blending wont work...more so..the stomach has to be trained to drink that confortably
Re: For The Lady Who Said Nigerian Women Are Poor Cooks by Sonnobax15(m): 8:11pm On Aug 29
grin
Creating a thread just to counter the obvious...

But I think she was wrong... Because I can say it anywhere that Nigeria ladies are good cooks...I'm talking about our mother's generation,not this our present generation of ladies who prefer pedicure and manicure to preparing nice delicacies.....

It reminds me of a girl in my hostel back then...my roomie and I invited her over to our room to come and help us to prepare soup and of which she obliged..After preparing the soup,me and roomie no fit cut eba swallow...She cooked total rubbish...Las las,na biscuits we chop sleep that night..

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Re: For The Lady Who Said Nigerian Women Are Poor Cooks by Beebah2000(f): 8:15pm On Aug 29
Oh boy cheesy
No be small enjoyment ooo cool
Re: For The Lady Who Said Nigerian Women Are Poor Cooks by cruzita(f): 8:24pm On Aug 29
These ones na food...bring better bitter leaf soup...make person confirm am...u no get
Re: For The Lady Who Said Nigerian Women Are Poor Cooks by Pmedia7787: 8:59pm On Aug 29
cruzita:
These ones na food...bring better bitter leaf soup...make person confirm am...u no get


better leaf ,...that's not enough
Re: For The Lady Who Said Nigerian Women Are Poor Cooks by Uzomacharles: 9:30pm On Aug 29
No be to look enticing be the Koko
Na to sweet for mouth
Re: For The Lady Who Said Nigerian Women Are Poor Cooks by 1onebigman(m): 9:33pm On Aug 29
Sonnobax15:
grin
Creating a thread just to counter the obvious...

But I think she was wrong... Because I can say it anywhere that Nigeria ladies are good cooks...I'm talking about our mother's generation,not this our present generation of ladies who prefer pedicure and manicure to preparing nice delicacies.....

It reminds me of a girl in my hostel back then...my roomie and I invited her over to our room to come and help us to prepare soup and of which she obliged..After preparing the soup,me and roomie no fit cut eba swallow...She cooked total rubbish...Las las,na biscuits we chop sleep that night..
I can confidently tell you from experience that Nigerian ladies are good if not d best cook..if you haven't been fortunate enough to meet one then its quite unfortunate but blv me Bru you will be afraid to break up with some ladies because of their good food

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Re: For The Lady Who Said Nigerian Women Are Poor Cooks by Sonnobax15(m): 9:36pm On Aug 29
1onebigman:
I can confidently tell you from experience that Nigerian ladies are good if not d best cook..if you haven't been fortunate enough to meet one then its quite unfortunate but blv me Bru you will be afraid to break up with some ladies because of their good food
Not far from the truth bro.. That's exactly why I'm presently stuck to my my gf....The banny too sabi cook.
Re: For The Lady Who Said Nigerian Women Are Poor Cooks by Barbsamiin: 10:01pm On Aug 29
grin
Re: For The Lady Who Said Nigerian Women Are Poor Cooks by JovialJune(f): 10:06pm On Aug 29
Sonnobax15:
grin
Creating a thread just to counter the obvious...

But I think she was wrong... Because I can say it anywhere that Nigeria ladies are good cooks...I'm talking about our mother's generation,not this our present generation of ladies who prefer pedicure and manicure to preparing nice delicacies.....

It reminds me of a girl in my hostel back then...my roomie and I invited her over to our room to come and help us to prepare soup and of which she obliged..After preparing the soup,me and roomie no fit cut eba swallow...She cooked total rubbish...Las las,na biscuits we chop sleep that night..


So the girl in your hostel back then is the basis to conclude that Nigerian girls of today cannot cook? We all prefer manicure and pedicure instead? How old are you?

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Re: For The Lady Who Said Nigerian Women Are Poor Cooks by JovialJune(f): 10:11pm On Aug 29
Sonnobax15:
Not far from the truth bro.. That's exactly why I'm presently stuck to my my gf....The banny too sabi cook.


So why were you an a-hole in your first comment? And what is the meaning of "banny" I keep seeing you boys type here? It sounds demeaning.

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