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What's Your Favorite Way To Cook Dinner?

You take great care in choosing the right foods for your family, what's your favorite way to cook dinner?

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I love to have Roast Dinner once or twice a week. Roast Beef or Roast Chicken or ROast Pork but Im not that good at cooking pork. . .

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i meant lingua franca. lol

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Cant beat the microwave. Pizza rolls and Oatmeal

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hahaha yes im igbo. but im embaressed when i say i cannot even speak my own lingue franca!!

i was born and raised in the US. so when i was growing up everyone around me was speaking english, so i ended up only learning english. i feel sad that i couldnt learn my language. the one my mother was speaking to me didnt catch on.

i only eat stock fish. my mother doesnt like any othe fish either. so when i was growing up she only bought stock fish because thats the only fish she liked. she didnt train me to like other kinds of fish.

so as of now, anything i taste other than stock fish is nasty!!!

and no the draw soup didnt have ocra in it, although i had some of that last week. LOL!

it had something called ogbono (i have NO idea if i spelled it right since i dont speak or right igbo. im just writing it based on the way it sounds) lol

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haha I knew a naija girl whose mom made her take cooking lessons. lol

moms always make the best food. it's all the years of experience. i'm sure u'll overtake ur mom soon sef. u seem to have a love of food haha

was that okro or ewedu? i'm guessing ur igbo. i dunno what ewedu is in ur language. lol

ha i love stock fish too! well in fact i love all kinds of fish

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well i didnt have a recipe.

my mom would just tell me what to do and when to add or mix something.

but i dont blame my mom, she doesnt have too much time to teach me anyway.

she works a lot and she works night also, so much of the day she is sleeping recovering from the night shift.

she takes the time she can sometimes to teach me.

but OMG, MY MOM MAKES THE BEST FUFU SOUP!!!!

you have to try it.

in nigeria, when she cooked soup for the whole family (about 21 people) my whole family wanted to lick their fingers off the soup was so good. they LOVED IT!

it had egusi and another substance (i cant spell it. lol) in it that made it draw soup. and then she added meat and okporoko or stock fish.

it was the best!!!

btw, okporoko/stock fish is my favorite fish. that is the only fish i can eat. lol

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ouch. why doesn't she teach u or show u the steps?

did u even know what u were doing when u made the food? or have a recipe? lol

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well i have tried making things twice, both times came out like crap. lol

i havent really tried making some of them, but i know its going to come out like crap, like most other things ive tried.

i can only cook really basic things. lol

even my own mother said that my cooking wasnt that good.

my mom is a great cook!!! i dont know why it isnt passing down to me. :|

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lol ur funny. why r u using all caps sef?

and what do u mean by 'you can barely cook'? u mean u always mess up the cooking or u just never try?

cooking isn't all that difficult in itself. just having the motivation to cook is the hard part. lol

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I PREFER MCDONALDS!!!

IF IM IN NIGERIA I WILL NEVER COOK.

ONLY EAT AT:

MR BIGGS

NANDOS

CHICKEN REPUBLIC

TANTALIZERS

I WILL NEVER COOK. NOT EVEN FOR MY HUSBAND AND KIDS.

WE WILL HAVE HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE, BE OVERWEIGHT, AND UNHEALTHY!!

THATS MY IDEAL LIFE!!!

HAHAHA

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grilling makes everything taste better. I do it whenever I can

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Anyway the food is cooked.

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gues boiln is d best so datz how i do it.

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baking or grilling. they are the healthiest

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It depends on my level of hunger. When I am so hungry that I can not walk, Microwaving will do.

When I am not 2 hungry, the rest will be ok.

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boiling

then microwaving (left over stuff) as second choice.

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Boiling, the safest way.

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dinner to be ready, doesnt matter how cooked.

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