Saturday, 4 May 2013

Introducing: Member Recipes & Street foodie waka

Recently, I thought about doing something different on this blog and I came up with two different series namely; Member recipes & Street foodie waka . The illustrations for the picture above didn’t take as much time as preparing a food post does either and I had fun doing it though it had to be rushed. Now, here’s a brief rundown on what both initiatives entail.

Street foodie Waka

Nigeria is such a big place with different tribes, cultures and hard working professionals in the food business. Street foodie waka is a series where I get to explore Nigerian food on the street by professionals in different culinary fields and also get recipes from them :D. In a bid to make it fun filled, this series is not limited to street chefs alone but also food outlets, restaurants, Bukas……you name it. As time goes on, you’d get to know more about street foodie waka.

Member Recipes 

Now as we all know, everyone is a confirmed foodie within and since I really don’t want to kid myself that I know all cos I really don’t, I’ve decided to create an avenue for members of this blog with cooking skills to showcase what they’ve got and this is intended to bring in a form of diversity . So if you know how to cook or you’ve got unique ideas please do let me know by contacting me with your unique recipes plus step by step pictorials via Email at dobbyssignature@gmail.com. To start off this series, I’ve come up with three different picture posts Titled;

1. Nigerian breakfast meal ideas
2. Nigerian lunch meal ideas
3. Nigerian Dinner meal ideas

Here’s all you have to do, Simply send me a picture of your ready to eat meal stating which category it falls into with any link you want me to add such as your twitter handle, Blog link, facebook, BB pin….etc. If you’ve got pictures of how you prepared it, you could also send to me by email at dobbyssignature@gmail.com or on twitter @dobbyssignature. I’d keep on updating these three pages as time goes by so start sending pictures NOW!!!
J

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22 comments:

  1. Great idea...looking forward to posts in these series...well done madam

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    1. Thank you lara :). Would look forward to your contribution ;)

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  2. Excellent idea. You are definitely among the best in recipe curation.

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    1. Awww!!! Thats so nice emeka........Thank you :)

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  3. Okay. If I cook anything worthy of being pictured, I'll send to you.

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    1. Your contribution would gladden my heart atilola. looking forward to it :).

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  4. Oluchi3:38 pm

    Some of our foods fall into the snack category (indomie doesn't count) which is what most busy people who read your blog would like. Why no allowance for them?.

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    1. There's allowance for everyone including noodle and snack recipes. Please do send in any recipe you've got oluchi.

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  5. Anonymous12:07 pm

    Now this is just what i was thinking about. Cos i've seen such avenues wit oda food bloggers. Weldone gurl!! Thumps up

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  6. Such a great idea, and would to be a part of it :)

    xx
    5th&6th

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    1. That would be really nice. looking forward to your contributions :)

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  7. Hello, I just stumbled upon your blog, I'm not even sure how but I'm really glad I did. Very few African food blogs out there, so it's interesting to know more about the cuisines of Africa; including Nigeria - very new to me. I'm from Algeria, northern neighbour. I'll be following you and trying out from your recipes soon! Cheers!

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    1. woww!!!Its wonderful to know i've got an algerian reader *Whoopee*. Thanks for stopping by Heni :). it'd be so nice if we could exchange recipes too *Winks*.

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  8. Hi Dobby,

    So I'm going to be honest -- I find cooking Nigerian (and actually most W. African food) a little intimidating. I have vowed to tackle more West African dishes this summer.

    So I'll most likely be replicating some of your own dishes then sending you the pics. lol

    Outside of that, this sounds like a great idea! There are quite a few Naija blogs out there and this is another way to standout and be more unique. And it will open so many doors and horizons for you.

    Good luck
    A.

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  9. Not to worry Adhis...with me you wouldn't have a problem replicating nigerian food :). Just Email me once you get stuck at any point in time. Thanks for the compliments :)

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  10. You have a wonderful blog here and your food presentation is quite classy. You blog is one of the blogs that I love on my blog. Weldone girl!

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  11. Anonymous2:36 pm

    Love the animation pix. Is dat Ў☺ΰ taking food from a member of your blog?lolz. Love it

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    1. It sure is...gracias! :)

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    1. Thanks! It has begun already. So you can start sending in your recipes :)

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