Ultimate Nigerian Cookbook

"Whether you are a woman looking to surprise your man or perhaps you are a man looking to surprise your lady, this is the right Nigerian cookbook for you.

Author: Chy Anegbu

Publisher: CreateSpace

ISBN: 149280083X

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Page: 132

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The ultimate Nigerian cookbook is a standard 132 paged giant cookbook for making delicious Nigerian foods. There are over 65 different Nigerian recipes with step by step instruction that even my granny could follow to replicate all of the amazing Nigerian foods. You will find easy to follow recipes plus images that make the process a whole lot easier. With thousands of copies sold already, I believe this is the best Nigerian cookbook in circulation. Whether you are a woman looking to surprise your man or perhaps you are a man looking to surprise your lady, this is the right Nigerian cookbook for you. There are easy recipes for beginners and more complex ones for you to try as you learn the ropes. There are 15 soup recipes, 5 rice recipes, 12 small chops and snack recipes, 6 drink recipes, 4 yam recipes, 5 breakfast recipes and so much more. The first five pages shows you how to make your food healthy while the last five pages explained most of the ingredients used in the book, you will learn about their alternate names and even how and where to purchase them. I like to say that you will make better and healthier Nigerian foods with the Ultimate Nigerian Cookbook You will also find tips for food decoration as well as a food menu that makes your day to day meal planning a breeze. This book contains everything I have learned about foods in the last twenty years; the good thing is that you can learn all of that in just one month or less. The Ultimate Nigerian Cookbook is made by the Nigerian Kitchen - best place in the world for making delicious Nigerian foods. My name is Chy Anegbu and I am a professional chef and a very popular Nigerian food blogger. I have written thousands of articles about Nigerian food recipes and reach out to thousands of people daily through my free weekly newsletters, facebook and two websites. The first five pages completely addressed the issue of healthy Nigerian foods, you will learn how to eliminate junk from your foods in order to ultimately improve your health and ensure longevity. Most importantly, you will learn what is junk.

Nigerian Cookbook

This book will open your eyes (and your taste buds) to the incredible dishes found across the historically rich country that is Nigeria - and I should note, it will also provide you with a step by step approach to integrating these dishes ...

Author: Grizzly Publishing

Publisher:

ISBN: 195239595X

Category: Cooking

Page: 146

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The deep history of Nigeria has ensured that its cuisine has grown to become one of the most unique and varied on the planet- unfortunately, it is rarely experienced by people within the western world. Which is something we intend to rectify as quickly as possible. With this in mind, this amazing cookbook is full of simple, healthy, and delicious, traditional Nigerian recipes that you can start to explore with your friends and family. This book will open your eyes (and your taste buds) to the incredible dishes found across the historically rich country that is Nigeria - and I should note, it will also provide you with a step by step approach to integrating these dishes into your own kitchen seamlessly. In this book, you will learn how to cook: Tasty Nigerian breakfast Incredible Nigerian appetizers Traditional Nigerian dinners Rich Nigerian desserts Nigerian cuisine offers insight into a historically rich country that is rarely experienced by people this side of the globe - so what are you waiting for? Take the plunge and start your journey towards cooking some of the best food in the world!

The Nigerian Cookbook

The Nigerian Cookbook A Beginner's Guide to Making Nigerian Food with Ease By Gordon Rock Published by Gordon Rock at Smashwords Copyright 2020 Gordon Rock ...

Author: Gordon Rock

Publisher: Gordon Rock

ISBN:

Category: Cooking

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This is the perfect Nigerian cookbook for you if you have ever wanted to make authentic Nigerian food. Inside this book you are going to discover a few traditional Nigerian dishes that you can make with ease such as coconut balls, chicken skewers, shrimp rice, classic peanut soup, kidney bean soup with peanut sauce and classic jollof rice. So, what are you waiting for? Grab a copy of this book and start cooking authentic Nigerian food today!

Nigerian Cookbook Series with Video Guide

Nigerian Cookbook Series with Video Guide How to Make Amala Food for a Family of Six No part of this book may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, ...

Author: Sanusi A. L.

Publisher: A. B. Lawal

ISBN: 9788834187821

Category: Cooking

Page:

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If you're missing quality Nigerian meals, my Nigerian cookbook series is a great opportunity for you to learn step by step with accompanying videos, how to make Amala (yam flour) food for a family of 6 (dad, mum and four kids). Amala is a very nutritious West African staple food, In this cookbook I explain step step how to make Amala using yam flour and sorghum. Sorghum makes Amala even more nourishing because sorghum grains contain a wide range of vitamins, minerals, proteins, amino acids and so much more! If you're the busy type you can use this short Nigerian cookbook to learn how to prepare Amala isu in about 10 minutes. The ingredients in the recipe I use are well laid out and explained. If you're an Nigerian living in diaspora, or maybe you are a bachelor living in Nigeria, but do not know how to make Amala (yam flour) food, just order my book now to learn how to make it easily and quickly.

Nigerian Cooking Bible Nigerian Cookbook

Nigerian Cooking Bible is an Ultimate Diary of Nigerian Foods, Nigerian Soups, Nigeria National Dishes, Nigerian Breakfast all Traditional Nigerian Recipes.

Author: Chef Tonye

Publisher:

ISBN: 1700452711

Category:

Page: 236

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Nigerian Cooking Bible is an Ultimate Diary of Nigerian Foods, Nigerian Soups, Nigeria National Dishes, Nigerian Breakfast all Traditional Nigerian Recipes. Either you are a Nigerian, living in Nigeria who is almost (But not quite) Satisfied with your Cooking of Nigerian Food, and cant figure out what's missing or you are a Nigerian, who is based abroad and you need a sure system that can always guarantee you of Delicious Nigerian Food or African Dishes as a whole...then, this Nigeria Cookbook is exactly for you. Nigerian Cooking Bible contains over 100 Delicious and Carefully selected Traditional Nigerian Recipes that you can always be sure of. Over 12 Nigerian Nigerian Stew and Sauce Over 20 Nigerian Soups Recipe and Guideline ( Nigeria Okra Soup, Nigerian Red Stew, Lumpy Nigerian Egunsi Soup e.t.c) Different Nigerian Rice Recipes ( Nigerian Jollof Rice, Nigeria Fried Rice e.t.c) Nigerian Beans Recipes (Nigerian Moi-moi, Akara, Ewa Agonyi, e.t.c) Nigerian Yam Recipes ( Asaro, Ifokore, Yam & Garden Egg, e.t.c) Tasty Nigerian Breakfast Recipes ...and much more. The Nigerian Cooking Bible is full of detailed cooking knowledge that will transform your skill of cooking Foods and African Dishes and make you an expert in no time. So, what are you waiting for?

The Essential Nigerian Cookbook

After being quizzed by numerous guests sampling the dishes from their kitchen, the authors decided to write The Essential Nigerian Cookbook, a simple easy-to-follow guide to some Nigerian recipes with ingredients that are readily available ...

Author: Bola Komolafe

Publisher:

ISBN: 1449093418

Category: Cooking

Page: 28

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While Nigeria is unfortunately more often associated with email scams, corruption and political instability no one disputes the quality of Nigerian cuisine. In fact, Nigerian food is unrivalled in terms of flavour and nutrition. After being quizzed by numerous guests sampling the dishes from their kitchen, the authors decided to write The Essential Nigerian Cookbook, a simple easy-to-follow guide to some Nigerian recipes with ingredients that are readily available in larger supermarkets and ethnic food stores. In Nigeria, food tends be locally sourced and grown, organic in the most literal sense, and extremely rich in nutrients. For example: yams are a good source of vitamin B complex, potassium, and contain natural steroids like progesterone and other chemicals that help in lowering risk of osteoporosis. Plantains are rich in vitamin A, potassium and fibre. They are good cholesterol reducing agents. Red beans have high fibre, antioxidant and folic acid content as well as containing vitamins C, D, and A. Beans repair damaged cells in the body. Cassava granules contain vitamin C, fibre and carbohydrates. Okra is very low in calories, rich in vitamins B, C, Calcium and folic acid. It relieves constipation, the type of fibres found in okra help to stabilise blood sugar by controlling the rate at which they are absorbed from the intestinal tract.

The Ultimate Nigerian Cookbook 7th Edition

You will also find tips for food decoration as well as a food menu that makes your day to day meal planning a breeze. In this edition (7th edition), we updated all of the recipes in the sixth edition and added 14 more Nigerian recipes.

Author: Chy Anegbu

Publisher:

ISBN: 1793133271

Category:

Page: 194

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The ultimate Nigerian cookbook (7th edition) shows you how to make more than 92 of the most popular Nigerian foods using over 500 photos and detailed step by step instruction. My name is Chy Anegbu, a professional chef and food blogger. I have spent the last 9 months reworking this Nigerian cookbook following recommendations and reviews received from previous editions. What we have is a 192 paged giant cookbook that shows you how to make more than 92 different Nigerian foods. The Ultimate Nigerian Cookbook features: 20 Nigerian soup recipes 14 Nigerian rice recipes 18 Nigerian small chops/Pastries 7 Nigerian drink recipes 6 Nigerian yam recipes 6 Nigerian breakfast recipes 15 Local Nigerian Recipes 4 swallow recipes It is a 192 paged cookbook with several other cooking tips and tricks. With thousands of copies sold already, our wonderful customers consider this the best Nigerian (west-African) cookbook in circulation Whether you are a woman looking to surprise your man or perhaps you are a man looking to surprise your lady, this is the right Nigerian cookery book for you. There are easy recipes for beginners and more complex ones for you to try as you learn the ropes. The first 12 pages featured tips on healthy Nigerian foods and explained most of the Nigerian ingredients and local spices used in this Nigerian cookbook. I like to say that you will make better and healthier Nigerian foods with the Ultimate Nigerian Cookbook. You will also find tips for food decoration as well as a food menu that makes your day to day meal planning a breeze. In this edition (7th edition), we updated all of the recipes in the sixth edition and added 14 more Nigerian recipes. The objective has always been to offer you clear, detailed, and easy to follow recipes. This 7th edition has 192 pages and 92 recipes, While the 6th edition (also sold by amazon) had just 78 recipes and 160 pages This book contains everything I have learned about foods in the last thirty years; the good thing is that you can learn all of that in just one month or less. I have written thousands of articles about Nigerian food recipes and reach out to thousands of people daily through my free weekly newsletters, food blog, and social handles. I have been a food blogger for 10+ years, so I understand what makes a great cookbook.

ToMuTi

ToMuTi: Tasty, Tender, Mercies, Nigerian Cook Book contains all of your favorite Nigerian Recipes from Fufu, Jollof Rice, Puff Puff and More!

Author: Mercy Amu

Publisher:

ISBN: 1979386994

Category:

Page: 50

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ToMuTi: Tasty, Tender, Mercies, Nigerian Cook Book contains all of your favorite Nigerian Recipes from Fufu, Jollof Rice, Puff Puff and More! The recipes in this cookbook embody a taste of the rich variety of Nigerian cuisine made with love. Your new favorite Cook Book was created by a passionate Nigerian chef, Mercy Oluwademilade Amu who enjoys cooking, entertaining, and preparing wonderful African meals to share with her family and community of friends. "I hope this cookbook motivates you to get more innovative in the kitchen, and moves you to explore the delightful meals we have set out for you". Mother of Zion

Nigerian Cookbook

They are easy to follow and beautifully photographed. This book has been written in support of millions of Nigerians living in poverty. Proceeds from the sale of this book will help bring about change for suffering African communities.

Author: Rachel Pambrun

Publisher: Createspace Independent Pub

ISBN: 1477600337

Category: Cooking

Page: 80

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NIGERIAN COOKBOOK A Beginner's Guide Delectable Flavour - Nigerian cuisine is absolutely wonderful! It consists of dishes from hundreds of ethnic groups in Nigeria, using herbs and spices combined with groundnut and palm oil to produce extremely flavourful soups and stews. In this book, you will learn a little about everything from the geography, economy, climate and landscape of Nigeria, to the people, history and traditions of Nigeria! This cookbook contains mouth-watering recipes for over 30 authentic Nigerian dishes. In this book, you will receive an introduction to Nigeria's wonderful cuisine including delicacies such as; Peppersoup, Egusi, Masa, Suya, Tsiren Dakakken Nama, Coconut Rice, Jollof Rice, Alapa, Maafe, Shoko, Agege, Akara, Dodo, Zobo and Chin Chin. Each recipe is introductory and intended for beginners. They are easy to follow and beautifully photographed. This book has been written in support of millions of Nigerians living in poverty. Proceeds from the sale of this book will help bring about change for suffering African communities. Nigerian Cookbook is part of a social enterprise series called "Planet Cookbooks". The goal of Planet Cookbooks is to produce simple and helpful Introductory Cookbooks for the World's poorest countries, in support of community development efforts in each of these areas of the World. Planet Cookbooks are perfect for those who wish to learn more about these countries and their cuisine, while impacting the communities and lives of their people. For information on additional culinary ventures aiding Extreme Poverty around the world, please visit us online at www.PlanetCookbooks.com.

Nigerian Cookbook

This Book "Nigerian Cookbook: Amazing 25 Nigerian Food Recipes Which Cannot Be Missed!" is a great guide for you if you are looking to learn about the Nigerian food.

Author: Martha Stephenson

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN: 1544118902

Category:

Page: 66

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This Book "Nigerian Cookbook: Amazing 25 Nigerian Food Recipes Which Cannot Be Missed!" is a great guide for you if you are looking to learn about the Nigerian food. Nigerian food is simple yet have alot of taste in it. The recipes are full of deliciuos ingredients which you want to try. The combinations of ingredients is amazing in the nigerian food which you would surely love. Nigerian cookbook includes all the recipes which are prefeered to be eaten at Nigeria. People love to eat these recipes and whneevr they have guests over, they prefer to cook the similar dishes to serve the guests in the best manner. Here are some of the chapters which you may find in this Book: * Delicious Chicken Nigerian Recipes * Nigerian Salad Recipes * Breakfast Recipes of Nigeria * Nigerian Dessert Recipes Take out time over this weekend and cook these deliciuos recipes. They do not consume much of your time but you wil surely fall in love with the taste of the food. It is always better to try new foods and what could be better than nigerian recipes? Once you try these, you wont be able to get over them so do not miss out on them and start collecting the ingredients now with the help of this book! You have a great chance to learn about nigerian food as well as their culture. This Book gives you the best idea of how the food would taste if you ever wish to travel to nigeria to expereince the deliciousness of the food!

Nigerian Cookbook

This book "Nigerian Cookbook: 25 amazing recipes to enjoy Nigerian Food" is a great and comprehensive guide for you to get started with the Nigerian Recipes. If you want to learn Nigerian Food Recipes, then this is the best place for you.

Author: Martha Stephenson

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN: 154272158X

Category:

Page: 64

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This book "Nigerian Cookbook: 25 amazing recipes to enjoy Nigerian Food" is a great and comprehensive guide for you to get started with the Nigerian Recipes. If you want to learn Nigerian Food Recipes, then this is the best place for you. This Nigerian Cookbook will teach you all the necessary and delicious recipes which are made on a daily basis at Nigerian people homes. You will be able to taste the delicious food sitting right at your home. This book is divided into chapters for you to learn about various recipes. The chapters are as followings: * Amazing Breakfast Recipes of Nigerian Food * Variety of Nigerian Lunch Recipes * Special Dinner Recipes of Nigeria * Delicious Nigerian Appetizers Recipes Check out the amazing chapters and learn the quick recipes without any hassle. All the ingredients are available in the market nearby you, and you will be able to make these within less than one hour. You can memorize some of the recipes which you like and make them without even referring to the book again and again. Yes! The recipes are this easy to cook. Do not wait and be ready to have a delightful taste this weekend which you will surely love! Most of the ingredients will be found in your kitchen, so you do not even have to worry that you will have to step out. Get this book now to pick your favorite recipe to cook at home right now!

Begginner s Guide to Nigerian Cooking Nigerian Cookbook

If you want easy to follow Nigerian recipes that are shown step by step in more than 400 beautiful photographs, then, you've hit a jackpot.

Author: Chy Anegbu

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN: 1979832374

Category:

Page: 68

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If you want easy to follow Nigerian recipes that are shown step by step in more than 400 beautiful photographs, then, you've hit a jackpot. Whether it is learning how to ride a bicycle or learning how to make delicious and yummy Nigerian foods, we all want the learning curve to be an easy one. That's exactly what you get in this cookbook - easy to follow recipes. Made specially for beginners, professionals and other Nigerian food lovers. Are you married to a Nigerian person? Are you dating a Nigerian Person? Are you looking to surprise your special someone with recipe from home or you are just looking to try recipes from Africa. This cookbook was written specially for you. There are over 35 different recipes in total. Nigerian Swallow Recipes (4) Nigerian Soup Recipes (8) Nigerian Rice Recipes (4) Nigerian Snack Recipes (4) Nigerian Breakfast Recipes (4) Yam Recipes (4) Nigerian Drink Recipes (3) Other Nigerian Local Foods (4) As a bonus, I added the recipe for grilling chicken and making vegetable salad the African way. You will also find detailed information about most of the ingredients and spices used, you learn where to purchase them all over the world. I have been making Nigerian foods for close to 25 years and knows all the roadblocks you may encounter as a beginners, this cookbook aim to make your journey a smooth one. I have taken time to research these recipes and only provided recipe for foods that are easy to make, most of the required ingredients can also be purchased from any part of the world. So you have nothing to lose but so much to gain for purchasing this wonderful cookbook today.

Grace Kerry s Magic With Black Eyed Beans and Other Recipes

A Nigerian Cookbook Grace Kerry. NOTE TO THE READER Black - eyed beans are an indigenous , very delicious and healthy Nigerian speciality prepared in ...

Author: Grace Kerry

Publisher: Grace Kerry

ISBN: 0954868005

Category: Cooking

Page: 40

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Magic with Black-Eyed Beans and Other Recipes is a unique and practical Nigerian cookbook focusing mainly on nutrition rich black-eyed bean dishes, but also includes many other favourite Nigerian recipes. A lot of the recipes in the book are suitable for vegetarians.

The Nigerian Cookbook

This is the perfect Nigerian cookbook for you if you have ever wanted to make authentic Nigerian food.

Author: Gordon Rock

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN: 1546359427

Category:

Page: 76

View: 406

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This is the perfect Nigerian cookbook for you if you have ever wanted to make authentic Nigerian food. Inside this book you are going to discover a few traditional Nigerian dishes that you can make with ease such as coconut balls, chicken skewers, shrimp rice, classic peanut soup, kidney bean soup with peanut sauce and classic jollof rice. So, what are you waiting for? Grab a copy of this book and start cooking authentic Nigerian food today!

The American Ethnic Cookbook for Students

Nigerian-Americans Nigeria, the most populous country in Africa, ... A recent Nigerian-American cookbook is Cooking Nigerian Style: Recipes of the ...

Author: Mark Zanger

Publisher: ABC-CLIO

ISBN: 9781573563451

Category: Cooking

Page: 325

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qrovides 400 recipes that are American adaptions from over 120 ethnic groups including Black Muslims, Australians, Creoles, Dominicans, Filipinos, Koreans, and Persians.

The Africa Cookbook

There are cookbooks as well as histories of the continent. ... Wonderful Ways to Prepare Nigerian Dishes with American Ingredients.

Author: Jessica B. Harris

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 9780684802756

Category: Cooking

Page: 382

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Gathers information on the unique foods of Africa and the lands they come from, and provides more than two hundred traditional and new recipes

Nigerian Cookbook Series with Video Guide

About the Book If you're missing quality Nigerian meals, my Nigerian cookbook series is a great opportunity for you to learn step by step with accompanying videos, how to make Amala (yam flour) food for a family of 6 (dad, mum and four ...

Author: Ajibola Sanusi

Publisher:

ISBN: 1694431819

Category:

Page: 44

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About the Book If you're missing quality Nigerian meals, my Nigerian cookbook series is a great opportunity for you to learn step by step with accompanying videos, how to make Amala (yam flour) food for a family of 6 (dad, mum and four kids). Amala is a very nutritious West African staple food. In this cookbook I explain step step how to make Amala using yam flour and sorghum. Sorghum makes Amala even more nourishing because sorghum grains contain a wide range of vitamins, minerals, proteins, amino acids and so much more! If you're the busy type you can use this short Nigerian cookbook to learn how to prepare Amala isu in about 10 minutes. The ingredients in the recipe I use are well laid out and explained. If you're a Nigerian living in diaspora, or maybe you are a bachelor living in Nigeria, but do not know how to make Amala (yam flour) food, just order my cookbook now to learn how to make it easily and quickly.

Stirring the Pot

Nigerian Cookbook (London: Divine Grace, 1996), 54; Tourist Company of Nigeria, Nigerian Dishes (n.d.), 15–16; Field, Gold Coast Food, 19. 28.

Author: James C. McCann

Publisher: Ohio University Press

ISBN: 089680464X

Category: Cooking

Page: 240

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Africa's art of cooking is a key part of its history. All toooften Africa is associated with famine, but in Stirring the Pot,James C. McCann describes how the ingredients, the practices,and the varied tastes of African cuisine comprise a body of historically gendered knowledge practiced and perfected in householdsacross diverse human and ecological landscape. McCannreveals how tastes and culinary practices are integral to the understanding of history and more generally to the new literature on food as social history. Stirring the Pot offers a chronology of African cuisine beginning in the sixteenth century and continuing from Africa’s original edible endowments to its globalization. McCann traces cooks’ use of new crops, spices, and tastes, including New World imports like maize, hot peppers, cassava, potatoes, tomatoes, and peanuts, as well as plantain, sugarcane, spices, Asian rice, and other ingredients from the Indian Ocean world. He analyzes recipes, not as fixed ahistorical documents,but as lively and living records of historical change in women’s knowledge and farmers’ experiments. A final chapter describes in sensuous detail the direct connections of African cooking to New Orleans jambalaya, Cuban rice and beans, and the cooking of African Americans’ “soul food.” Stirring the Pot breaks new ground and makes clear the relationship between food and the culture, history, and national identity of Africans.

Nigerian Cuisines

There abounds a thousand and one Nigerian cookbooks but what stands this out is that it embraces the historical and cultural aspects of the Nigerian people.

Author: Joseph Ifechukwude Chiadika

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 9781532075070

Category: Cooking

Page: 80

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The book Nigerian Cuisines: A Historical Compilation of Mouthwatering Traditional Delicacies from Hausa, Yoruba and Igbo Ethnicities is an effort to provide an easy how-to-do-it Nigerian food recipes to all and sundry. It is written in simple terms and with brief details about the three major ethnicities in Nigeria. The delicacies contained herein are carefully selected to suit everyone’s needs, health standards, and accessibility to the ingredients. Whether you’re a Nigerian or a foreign lover of Nigerian meals, this book is just the perfect companion in the kitchen—so read it, cook it, and love it!