Friday, November 03, 2006

Craving!!!


Oh My God!! I've got this crazy, mad, insane, all consuming craving for Eko (Agidi)!!!!!!!!!! It's so bad I have dreams about it. Huge basinfuls of the stuff wrapped in fresh banana leaves, eaten with some fresh, hot palm oil stew.

Chei, I could just cry with longing.

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14 Comments:

Anonymous didi said...

eya!!chai.cant u make it?i dont know how to,so if u can share.
i hope u r getting on well though

10:02 pm  
Blogger Belle said...

lolololol

pele...

11:00 pm  
Blogger adefunke said...

pele

6:09 am  
Blogger Pilgrimage to Self said...

@ didi - I wish I knew how, unfortunately I don't.

@ belle and adefunke - ma sista's thanks oh!

7:31 am  
Blogger Everchange said...

ew...I cant stand the stuff. But I guess a craving is a craving!

10:09 am  
Anonymous Ngozi said...

i wonder if it's hard to make...all those years and my mom always bought hers from a street hawker...

9:00 pm  
Anonymous Ngozi said...

i miss kenkey...the ghanaian meal served with a kind of tomato and dried fish sauce.

9:04 pm  
Blogger Pilgrimage to Self said...

@Ngozi: Mine too! Just like Akara - I have never been able to successfully make it - it always falls apart in the oil. So we always bought it from the woman who sat round the corner from our house frying fresh akara.

7:52 am  
Blogger TaureanMinx said...

Was about to ask if you were pregnant lol. Haven't checked up on you in a while :(. CONGRATSSSSSSSSSSSSSS!!!!

4:50 pm  
Blogger Calabar Gal said...

If you knew how to make it, then you could ask someone to bring you some dry 'pap' from naija. We call it OGI in Calabar. Who knows some friend coming over here may have mercy on you and bring some. Just Ask.

I on the other hand am having serious craving for 404. As I'm sitting here typing this, I can almost picture a steaming plate being placed in front of me, perceive the aroma of the scented leaves used in making it and the palmwine that will be used to wash it dwon. *SIGH* And No - I'm not pregnant either. LOL

5:14 pm  
Blogger Pilgrimage to Self said...

@ Calabar gal: 404??? Tell me you're not serious. For real? Is it like Ise-Ewu (Goat head?)

I have some dry Ogi (pap, Akamu) here but don't know how to make Eko from it. :-(

5:40 pm  
Blogger Overwhelmed Naija Babe said...

hey... stop this!!!! Now ur making me crave suya again.. i got over that craving last week.. PLZ STOP this torture.. see as you dey describe the thing self!!!
lmao@calabargal and her 404.. girl u r just not serious!!!

5:46 pm  
Blogger My Talking Beginnings said...

PTS that was hilarious, i love it!
I often get cravings for all sorts especially ghana high rice...and i'm not even pregnant!

11:33 am  
Blogger Calabar Gal said...

I think you make Agidi the same way you make normal ogi just that you use stock (meat, chicken) instead of just plain water and then u wrap it in the leaves and allow it to set. Thats how me and my sisters used to make Agidi in my younger days and I'm not sure if those who make it in commercial quantities use the same technique. Its worth a trial anyway if you've got the dry pap at home.

3:28 pm  

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