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2021-08-01 1:28:26 PM  
4 votes:
I first read that as Ore Ida.
 
2021-08-01 4:43:18 PM  
4 votes:
I sent a money order to a Nigerian prince for his recipe, so I'm good.
 
2021-08-01 1:36:39 PM  
3 votes:

Marcus Aurelius: This is a big step up from the Tankora powder article where they don't even tell you what's in it.

Now if they could just give you a recipe, instead of a solid wall of crap.


I'm sure you had more important things to get done in the 3 seconds it takes to scroll past the text.
 
2021-08-01 1:25:17 PM  
2 votes:
This is a big step up from the Tankora powder article where they don't even tell you what's in it.

Now if they could just give you a recipe, instead of a solid wall of crap.
 
2021-08-01 9:19:36 PM  
2 votes:

Joey Jo Jo Jr Shabadu: anuran: Joey Jo Jo Jr Shabadu: anuran: Marcus Aurelius: This is a big step up from the Tankora powder article where they don't even tell you what's in it.

Now if they could just give you a recipe, instead of a solid wall of crap.

Once again, the last line of the article has a link. Why Subby didn't just post that here and in the Tankora article would be a mystery if we didn't know one salient fact: Subby is a twit.

God forbid that in a tab inundated with Delish nonsense, Claire's life hacks, and shiatty lists that someone would submit an article that others could possibly find interesting.

You can have an article that's all fluff and doesn't tell you how to make it or one with half the fluff by the same author that gives you an actual recipe. Gee, I wonder which one most of us would rather spend time on.

The farking recipe is linked at the bottom. You said it yourself. Oh no, you had to click/tap to see the recipe.



My favorite thing, on the entire internet is articles about other web pages.
 
2021-08-01 1:41:21 PM  
1 vote:

anuran: Marcus Aurelius: This is a big step up from the Tankora powder article where they don't even tell you what's in it.

Now if they could just give you a recipe, instead of a solid wall of crap.

Once again, the last line of the article has a link. Why Subby didn't just post that here and in the Tankora article would be a mystery if we didn't know one salient fact: Subby is a twit.


God forbid that in a tab inundated with Delish nonsense, Claire's life hacks, and shiatty lists that someone would submit an article that others could possibly find interesting.
 
2021-08-01 1:58:53 PM  
1 vote:

anuran: Joey Jo Jo Jr Shabadu: anuran: Marcus Aurelius: This is a big step up from the Tankora powder article where they don't even tell you what's in it.

Now if they could just give you a recipe, instead of a solid wall of crap.

Once again, the last line of the article has a link. Why Subby didn't just post that here and in the Tankora article would be a mystery if we didn't know one salient fact: Subby is a twit.

God forbid that in a tab inundated with Delish nonsense, Claire's life hacks, and shiatty lists that someone would submit an article that others could possibly find interesting.

You can have an article that's all fluff and doesn't tell you how to make it or one with half the fluff by the same author that gives you an actual recipe. Gee, I wonder which one most of us would rather spend time on.


The farking recipe is linked at the bottom. You said it yourself. Oh no, you had to click/tap to see the recipe.
 
2021-08-01 7:13:28 PM  
1 vote:

Joey Jo Jo Jr Shabadu: anuran: Joey Jo Jo Jr Shabadu: anuran: Marcus Aurelius: This is a big step up from the Tankora powder article where they don't even tell you what's in it.

Now if they could just give you a recipe, instead of a solid wall of crap.

Once again, the last line of the article has a link. Why Subby didn't just post that here and in the Tankora article would be a mystery if we didn't know one salient fact: Subby is a twit.

God forbid that in a tab inundated with Delish nonsense, Claire's life hacks, and shiatty lists that someone would submit an article that others could possibly find interesting.

You can have an article that's all fluff and doesn't tell you how to make it or one with half the fluff by the same author that gives you an actual recipe. Gee, I wonder which one most of us would rather spend time on.

The farking recipe is linked at the bottom. You said it yourself. Oh no, you had to click/tap to see the recipe.


The article wasn't even clear about that.
 
2021-08-01 10:04:39 PM  
1 vote:
Joey Jo Jo Jr Shabadu:

I mean the article is about the subject matter of the article.  Not sure what you're getting at.


Whining about having to scroll or click through to free recipes might not be the single dumbest thing on the internet, but it's certainly up there.


A whole article that says "This is great! But we won't tell you shiat about how to make it. But buried at the end (not in "a big box") is a link to the article that tells people what they're interested in. It still says it's great, but it also includes information readers want. You screwed up twice in the same way. That shouldn't be hard to understand, just try to do better next time.
 
2021-08-02 1:18:03 AM  
1 vote:

Joey Jo Jo Jr Shabadu: anuran: Joey Jo Jo Jr Shabadu:

I mean the article is about the subject matter of the article.  Not sure what you're getting at.


Whining about having to scroll or click through to free recipes might not be the single dumbest thing on the internet, but it's certainly up there.

A whole article that says "This is great! But we won't tell you shiat about how to make it. But buried at the end (not in "a big box") is a link to the article that tells people what they're interested in. It still says it's great, but it also includes information readers want. You screwed up twice in the same way. That shouldn't be hard to understand, just try to do better next time.

The article is profiling the dish and two women chefs and how they're bringing Nigerian cooking to their areas. So it's not just some "how to do this" piece nor is it intended to be. Then they provide a link to the recipe in a big farking box immediately following the article. If you had a hard time seeing it then I suggest getting your vision checked because it's article length wide on mobile and desktop browsers.

The do this because on the site itself you can just browse by recipe alone, and whiny biatches on the internet complain that they have to scroll through lengthy articles before getting to the recipe. So they're keeping it separate here.


First off, subby says this is for breakfast lunch and dinner but there is no liquor in it. I mean what is the farking point? And it would have been easy enough to say, dump some chopped tomato, garlic, ginger, and curry powder into some enchilada sauce and you're done, but no. It needs to go to a separate link after all that B S. At least on the new link they give you the recipe that Nigeria want's to share with the world. Do you know how you can tell the recipe is authentic?
FTFA: 4 pounds (1.8kg) cooked bone-in chicken (optional)
 
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