February 12, 2013
Thanks for being a great part of this initiative, due to my kind of background and societal setting, it was necessary for a woman to know so much about foods and domestic works in its entire scope.
I learned to make Nigerian foods at a very young age, I think I made my first soup at the age of eleven, I still remember vividly, it was a vegetable soup with cow liver. It was my parent’s duty to prepare food for the family but my dad insisted that I give it a whirl and that was it.
Over the years that followed I made even more Nigerian foods, experimented heavily on different Nigerian recipe and just some years back I thought of setting up the Nigerian Kitchen Initiative – this site, the videos, Facebook page as well as the Weekly newsletters to help folks around the world with making Nigerian Delicious Foods.
It has been a wonderful journey so far, so much has happened and so much is about to happen.
We started with simple – easy to make Nigerian foods, then several other complex recipes, continental dishes, breakfast recipes, dinner recipes etc.
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