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I remember my first month as an undergraduate, I and my folks had come to an agreement on how much I would get as monthly allowance. It was a reasonable sum for a student.
I was so excited! That was my first taste of independence. I had all that money to do as I please with – woohoo! I spared no expense. I was buying clothes, shoes & eating out at least twice daily.
As you can imagine, it didn’t take long for my monthly allowance to run out. In fact, it took exactly 13 days. I called my dad lamenting & he sent me the same amount which got finished in another 2 weeks ?
This went on for 3 months. I was getting what was supposed to be my monthly allowance bi-monthly. My dad would caution me slightly on my spending habits, tell me how this can’t go on indefinitely but still go ahead to give me some more money. So I just believed I would always get away with it.
In the middle of the 4th month, I called my dad with my usual story & he referred me to his accountant which wasn’t unusual. What was unusual was her reply. She said “from my records, you’ve been sent your allowance for the month. It’s not due until another two weeks” My dad simply ignored my incessant calls while my mum grudgingly sent me 20% of what I was used to getting. Not without a stern warning that would be the last time I’d get any extra so I better get my act together.
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Sachet power oil – 80, onions – 50, Scotch bonnet pepper- 50, Ground crayfish- 50, bayleaves – 50, seasoning cube – 20, Sachet curry & thyme – 50, 1/2 derica of rice – 100.
Okay, #520 is all you need to make enough concotion rive to serve 3 people!
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– Use only as much scotch bonnet as you can handle. Add a little fresh tomato if that’s very little.
– For one cup of rice, use almost 2 cups of water.