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Food / Re: Baking Blog by snazzydawn(f): 2:54pm On Jun 25, 2015
Food / Re: Baking Blog by snazzydawn(f): 11:31am On Jun 19, 2015

Food / Re: Please I Need A Cupcake Maker by snazzydawn(f): 11:28am On Jun 19, 2015
purplelips:
I came across this cute little machine on the web yesterday and since then I've been asking everyone around where I can get it. Unfortunately, most people haven't heard of it. Please does anyone know where and how I can get it here in Nigeria? I want the babycakes product preferably.

Thanks in advance.

Go to ShopRite at Lekki. I bought mine there.
Food / Re: Baking Blog by snazzydawn(f): 3:08pm On May 24, 2015
onila:
yr back, after so many years smiley
LOL yea
Food / Re: Baking Blog by snazzydawn(f): 12:47pm On May 23, 2015
Hi everyone, I hope your weekend is going well. I trust you've also tried out the recipes so far. How did it go? There is a new post up on the blog. Kindly visit and share.
http://adaohafia1..com/2015/05/crunchy-vanilla-cinnamon-cookies.html?m=1

Food / Re: Baking Blog by snazzydawn(f): 8:47am On May 16, 2015

Food / Re: Baking Blog by snazzydawn(f): 5:01pm On May 10, 2015

Food / Re: Baking Blog by snazzydawn(f): 5:24pm On May 03, 2015
New post up on blog. Read, try it out, share.
http://adaohafia1..com/2015/05/very-zesty-lemon-drizzle-cake.html?m=1

Food / Re: Baking Blog by snazzydawn(f): 5:24pm On Apr 25, 2015

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Food / Re: Baking Blog by snazzydawn(f): 11:50pm On Apr 21, 2015
vegng:
Your cakes look great smiley Check out my blog: www.vegannigerian.com
Thank you. Sure, I'll check it out.
Food / Re: Baking Blog by snazzydawn(f): 11:49pm On Apr 21, 2015
tpiadotcom:
what's the hypodermic needle for?
Oh, that was used ton"inject" some Jack Daniels into the cupcakes.
Food / Baking Blog by snazzydawn(f): 8:44pm On Apr 18, 2015
Hi everyone, it's been a while... Ummm... This is for lovers of cake and all things cake... Please visit
http//:adaohafia1..com for cake recipes... Every Saturday, I post a new recipe, and during the week, baking tips, baking experiences and bakers' profiles... Try out the recipes, and let me know how it went. ☺️ Cheers.

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Car Talk / Re: My Pugs Journey From Enugu To Uyo On Sunday 18th Nov 2012 (Update) by snazzydawn(f): 9:59am On Nov 20, 2012
Interesting trip. Welcome to Uyo.
Celebrities / Re: Secrets About Nigerian Celebrities You Don't Know by snazzydawn(f): 8:53am On Nov 17, 2012
LOOOOL!!! This is interesting, very.
Car Talk / Re: Annoying Things Passengers Do? by snazzydawn(f): 7:07am On Nov 10, 2012
Wow! Reading through all the pet peeves and I'm now scared of entering people's cars. Sheeeeshhh!!! Guys, it is just a car, it's never that serious!

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Celebrities / Re: Photos From Late Pastor Bimbo's Daughter, Tolu Odukoya's Traditional Wedding by snazzydawn(f): 9:21pm On Nov 05, 2012
Akolawole: How on earth could those girls be called Christians!

Total Nonsense!

All those madness were promoted by Pentecostal madness in Nigeria cry

Only fools will be following those girls.




hello Kola, long time. Please what's your e-mail address? Yahoo messenger, I mean.
Business / Re: Entrepreneurs What Has Kept You Going? by snazzydawn(f): 11:52pm On Jul 12, 2012
quite tired now, I'll tell my story tomorrow...
Health / Re: Disabled, Still I Stand – Lizzy’s Story Of Hope by snazzydawn(f): 8:50pm On Oct 10, 2011
*dancing windeck* yipeeeeee!!!! She came!!!! Ahhh, hotangel it's goooood to see you here,even if it's brief, Now I wish icingbaby and co wud just come on 'briefly'. cry
Lizzy you have always been in my prayers and God is with you all thru the way. Much LOVE!!!
Health / Re: Disabled, Still I Stand – Lizzy’s Story Of Hope by snazzydawn(f): 7:53pm On Oct 10, 2011
wakabout:

@Snazzydawn, just the way people are wondering why Hotangel has been silent for a long while, so I've been wondering where you are. Back in the days, I always enjoyed your posts and was always looking forward to some of those your intelligent reasonings. What happened girl, haven't seen your post for a loooooog time. Welcome back sha, missed you lots.
I still post here, just not as before tho. My 'people' like hotangel,icingbaby,scorpio and co. are no longer here. I log in most times as a guest though. Thanks for the heads up dear.
Health / Re: Disabled, Still I Stand – Lizzy’s Story Of Hope by snazzydawn(f): 2:54pm On Oct 10, 2011
ahh. . . Hotangel. You've always put a smile on my face. You are simply a testimony. Much love!
Music/Radio / Re: What Song Is Currently Stuck In Your Head? by snazzydawn(f): 9:27pm On Aug 29, 2011
Kele Papa- Jay Martins
Romance / Re: Tales Of A First Date From hell by snazzydawn(f): 2:05pm On Aug 28, 2011
and oh, English profs, it's called 'free variation' in Linguistics, can be used interchangeably.
Romance / Re: Tales Of A First Date From hell by snazzydawn(f): 1:55pm On Aug 28, 2011
Reading through some replies and I cringe in disgust at the foolishness of some people! Whatever happened to being gentlemanly? You take a woman out and expect her to kiss you on the first date just because you bought her a plate of food.  Some men just make me sick! None of you is apportioning any blame on the man who by all standards lacks manners and is sadly,a reflection of 80% of our Nigerian men,y'all are blaming the lady. Uju, I blame you for not slapping the he- goat,that's what I would have done. So people think because you're single, you should allow anyone to ride rough shod over you.
Islam for Muslims / Re: Question For My Muslim Brothers by snazzydawn(f): 8:12am On Aug 25, 2011
Thank you very much for your replies. I appreciate them,they've been really enlightening. Like I always believe, God knows best. Ramadan Kareem.

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Islam for Muslims / Question For My Muslim Brothers by snazzydawn(f): 5:15pm On Aug 24, 2011
I usually don't like to post in the 'Religious' section but I just feel I should vent, I cannot keep it in.
Yesterday,I lost a friend and former colleague in Kano,and it was very avoidable!
From what I was told,she was on achaba(okada) and they had a mild accident along Kurna,and she fell off from the okada and hit her head on the floor,then became unconscious. Now,the okadaman was unharmed,and there were other passersby,who rather than shift her to a safe side of the road,declined,reason being,they were fasting and so it was a taboo to soil their hands touching a woman,so they left her there,until an oncoming trailer on full speed crushed her to death.
When the okadaman and a few passersby whom the police could catch were questioned on why they didn't move her to a safe side of the road,they said that according to their religion,it was a sin/taboo for a muslim during ramadan to touch a female.
My muslim brothers, if this is really true about your religion,which I strongly doubt,then it's very disappointing. That some people in the name of religion would watch a fellow human being helpless,in the face of imminent danger and would rather that he/she die than help because 1.she's unclean 2.she's an infideluld watch a fellow human being helpless,in the face of imminent danger and would rather that he/she die than help because 1.she's unclean 2.she's an infidel
Business / Re: How Profitable Is Baking/Catering Business? by snazzydawn(f): 10:17am On Aug 19, 2011
Like DemDem said, anything that involves flour is highly profitable. You really don't need millions to set up the business,that is,if you don't have the money. But even if you do have it,I'd advise you to start very small so as to understand your market and the rudiments of the business. Plus, she has to have the passion for the job,cos without it,she could get discouraged along the way. I've had instances where a whole batch of cakes in my large oven fell,and I was to make a really huge sum of money from them. In this business,you have to have a large heart else when you make a huge loss,you'll just faint.
I began with just 3000naira; I was frying chinchin to put in bottles and sell,from there,I made enough profit within 2months to buy my small microwave oven and cake mixer,in one month, someone gave me a huge contract,I bought a large oven which cud carry alot of cakes.Within one year,I've been able to turn 3000naira into almost millions.
She will also need to attend courses to keep abreast of what obtains in the catering world,and also learn small chops and decorations etc.
It's a highly lucrative business,encourage her.e loss,you'll just faint.
I began with just 3000naira; I was frying chinchin to put in bottles and sell,from there,I made enough profit within 2months to buy my small microwave oven and cake mixer,in one month, someone gave me a huge contract,I bought a large oven which cud carry alot of cakes.Within one year,I've been able to turn 3000naira into almost millions.
She will also need to attend courses to keep abreast of what obtains in the catering world,and also learn small chops and decorations etc.
It's a highly lucrative business,encourage her.

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Food / Dough Cutters For Chinchin by snazzydawn(f): 8:43pm On Apr 24, 2011
Hello y'all, please I'm about to start making chinchin on a large scale in addition to my cakes. Now I know it'll be slow to cut up the chinchin in pieces using human hands. Is there a machine that flattens and cuts it before the frying? Where can I get it,please? Thank you.

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Politics / Re: The Murder Of Obinna Okpokiri by snazzydawn(f): 10:38am On Apr 23, 2011
Obinna so it's really true? That tiny shred of hope we all held to that you may be missing,cos the boy who broke the news was not sure it was you has been broken. I've been in denial since Obi broke the news, calling your number since with the false hope that you'd pick and laugh it off,that you were safe and coming home. but to hear from Obi that you were burnt! What a painful way to go!
Rest in peace dear,they only killed your body,but your spirit will haunt them until they run mad and die most miserable deaths,every single one of them.
Celebrities / Re: ~Super Diva Omotola Jolade Ekeinde At The Grammys 2011~ by snazzydawn(f): 2:37pm On Feb 15, 2011
thank   goodness   Joan   Rivers   ever   fashion   critical   eyes   didn't   catch   her.   .   .   I   shudder   to   think   of   what   Joan   would   say   about   this   outfit.
Romance / Re: Come In And Tell Us The Presents You Got For Valentines. by snazzydawn(f): 8:43am On Feb 15, 2011
really good to know Mr. Cork can actually type in correct English!
Religion / Re: How Did You Become An Atheist by snazzydawn(f): 9:46am On Dec 10, 2010
Wow,nferyn, it's been a while! Good to see you posting again.
Now I hope other old nairalanders come out of hibernation.
Nairaland / General / Re: Appreciate Somebody by snazzydawn(f): 6:49pm On Dec 08, 2010
I appreciate mrpataki
Skidoc
Neelsel(miss talking to u plenty)
Orikinla
Mr Cork (cracks me up)
Chamotex
Hotangel
Ileke Idi (I love reading her posts)
Nayah
Seun
Layi
Goodguy
Spikedcylinder
Mamagee (i like her sense of sarcasm)
Whitelexi
Thoniaslim
Kitaun
Holyeye
And I appreciate every Nairalander, all of you! Kiss kiss. . .

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