Month: July 2015
We know you can stand the heat. We know you’re a creative cook. And indeed, you’ve got a fast burner. But you’ve never been in a cooking contest like ours.
Starting from June 8th – July 8th, we dare you to compete for honor, respect and prize as you unlock your cooking skills and slice your way through to the finals in the 1st Young & Cerebral Cooking Contest.
3 cooks with sterling performances will get Fridges, Cooker Ovens, Burners, Gas Cylinders, Sets of Cutlery, Set of Pots and yes an Internship placement plus a business development program.
To participate in this Cooking Contest, Here are the Rules:
1. You must be a Nigerian living in Nigeria between the ages if 18-35 years.
2. Record a 5-Minute video of you preparing any dish of your choice and get a friend to objectively critic it.
3. Upload on Youtube.com and tag the video “Young and Cerebral Cooking Contest”
4. Get likes from your friends, family, & frenemies to like, comment and share your video using#CookandWin
5. Send your details, recipes used and link to the Youtube video to youngandcerebral2010@gmail
6. The meal must be a unique and must never have been submitted or presented anywhere before.
7. Like & Follow Young & Cerebral pages for updates.
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Still on National Hotdog Day! Some Nigerians are becoming familiar with enjoying hotdogs ! However these lovely pictures I saw online are too lovely to be ignored! Please enjoy these salivating pictures and enjoy your hot dogs the way you wish to!
National Secretary, Catfish Farmers Association of Nigeria (CAFAN) Chief Rotimi Onibale, has revealed that the association would soon start the production of canned catfish in Nigeria.
Onibale, who disclosed this in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria in Ibadan, the Oyo State Capital, said research was ongoing to ensure that Nigeria started its own production of canned fish.
The British Medical Association has declared that an extra 20% tax on sugary drinks should be introduced to tackle the obesity crisis.
Another year to celebrate the WORLD FOOD DAY THE NIGERIAN WAY is here again!
To sponsor, support or partner with the organizers of this year’s food fair, feel free to send a mail to gourmetguide234.com or email@example.com or call +2348034973455!
Full acknowledgment will be given to you and your organisation!
As we look ahead for a great time to celebrate food, agriculture and everything edible in this year 2015, lets bask in the euphoria of the 2014 edition, through this WORLD FOOD DAY 2014 PHOTOTALK.COM
Other-wise known as maize or mouth organ, corn is an important source of food. In fact, reports say corn was considered very important to the survival of the first English colonists, especially during their first winters in North-Eastern America. The survival of the early colonists at that time depended on what corn they could beg, borrow or steal, plus what they were able to grow! Hmmn, how amusing!