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Today on our delicacy news, one of us Adeyemi Jeremiah, an Agricultural Engineer interviewed Miss Adeola a final year student of Ladoke Akintola University of Technology Ogbomoso where she is studying Accountancy.
She talked to us about a Nigerian meal called Egbo (Beans and Corn).
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Today we will be talking about the LUNGUDA tribe from Adamawa state. The Lunguda are an ethnic group living in Adamawa and Gombe State in Nigeria.
Recently, precisely the 19th of June, the World celebrated World Sickle Cell Day, a day set aside to identify with people who live with and manage sickle cell disease.
Sickle Cell Disease is an inheritable and genetic disease causing red blood cells disorders which has been classified as sickle cell anemia.
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One of us, a seasoned Agric Engineer and foodie, Adeyemi Jeremiah, who is also a great football lover, in the spirit of football decided to open our eyes to the beauty of Russian delicacies, especially owing to the fact that the ongoing 2018 World Cup is being played in Russia!
Jute or saluyot leaves are popularly known as Ewedu among the Yoruba, Ahihara amongst Ibos and Rama among the Hausa. Well, growing up in Lagos Nigeria, the name ‘ewedu’ was always ringing as ‘crain-crain’. Anything you choose to call the leaves, it is pertinent to note that these leaves are used as good food sources in many parts of the world, and of course in Nigeria.
Mangoes are the juicy, flavoured fruits of an evergreen tree called “MANGIFERA INDICA”.
They are members of the cashew family.
BEAN AND PLANTAIN POTTAGE
A pottage made of beans and plantains is loved and relished by Nigerians who love pottage a great deal! Eateries, Bukaterias, Cafeterias, Canteens and restaurants can testify to this! Oh I almost forgot Nigerian mama-puts!
Ice-covered Antarctica is said to be one of the earth’s most hostile natural environment, but a new discovery by the Antarctic Heritage Trust suggests that it has no match for a 106-year-old British fruitcake, which conservators found on Cape Adare.
According to the BBC, the elderly cake is believed to belong to the British explorer Robert Falcon Scott – known as Scott of the Antarctic.