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  1. One thing I really miss about home is njamanjama. My friend in Paris sent me some last December. I miss nja so much so that fresh spinach can not even substitute it for me. I enjoy your videos. More grease to your elbows

  2. Precious o,thank you.I received a big package of khati kati from my big sis.Didn’t kn hw to cook it but got d recipe from you.Dis is so cool.AM enjoying my meal now.thnks

  3. I love your cooking dear,iam a Kenyan but would love to try your recipes… Love it all the way

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  1. […] The perfect roast chicken begins with the perfect chicken. It should be the soft ‘ajebuttah’ kind of chicken that was sent to a private school by its parents. If you bring a ‘pakoro’ chicken here aka ‘contri fowl’, it will not work. Your chicken will just get hardened in the oven. And we don’t want that. We want soft, juicy, flaky chicken. So please no contri fowls allowed in this zone. Let’s leave them for Khati Khati. […]

  2. […] The perfect roast chicken begins with the perfect chicken. For those in Africa note this: It should be the soft kind of chicken. If you use the hard kind of chicken here known in Cameroon as ‘contri fowl’, it will not work. Your chicken will get hardened in the oven. And we don’t want that. We want soft, juicy, chicken. So please no contri fowls allowed in this zone. Let’s leave them for Khati Khati. […]

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