This Asun saved me...literally ☺

nigerian Asun Recipe ( spicy smoked peppered goat meat) | Nigerian Small Chop
Asun served with salad
    Last saturday was a friend's wedding; with the help of her sisters and cousin, we planned the whole event.
   The I.V's, the cake, cathering and also helped her ''say YES to the dress'' (that was after she had tried out like 7, or was it 8 wedding gowns..phew!).

  Everything was ready and the bride was happy, but when the day finally came.. I missed it.

   I missed the whole church ceremony and barely met the final dance at the reception. I had missed my over-rehearsed role in the bridal entourage.

   I tried to explain to her, to give her my reasons, but she wouldn't listen.. seriously never dissappoint a bride on her special day... I tried to sweet-talk her, but my bridezilla won't budge, then I remembered she had a weakness for peppered meat and soup. 
  I thought of fish peppersoup, but with the hot weather here eh, it sounded like punishment, therefore I settled for Asun and invited her over.

 The moment she got to my house(to show me her angry face), I offered her the plate, right at the door step.

 Still keeping her wayo face, she grabbed the dish, sat down and before she got half way through the meal, we were laughing it over; the fight was over.. all forgiven and forgotten...yay...the power of good food and a good heart...she's a wonderful person indeed
Truly great friends are hard to find, harder to leave and impossible to forget-...  G.Randolf
Don't take yours for granted!

Now here's our highly rated Asun recipe .. you'll love this one, trust me.

Nigerian Asun Recipe ( spicy smoked peppered goat meat) asun | Nigerian Small Chop, nigerian fod tv
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  1. Fanny Ozo2:09:00 PM

    PLEASE I want to be your friend and pls don't come to my wedding so that you can apologize with this kind of food.

    1. Lol.. Fanny you are already my friend.

  2. Theodora3:59:00 PM

    this looks delicious
    your friend is lucky to have you as a friend

  3. Dada Abayomi4:22:00 PM

    looks yummy
    lol @ wayo face and bridezilla...hahaha

  4. Lovely post
    Nice recipe

  5. happy bridezilla Abby :)12:21:00 PM

    Nky naa mi u dey call bridezilla eh. I'll catch u wen after honeymoon.Get your pot ready :) ::)

    1. Hahaha Abby, how,s the honeymoon?
      Don't rush back oo, we are not missing u here, at all, lol.

  6. I am a choir leader,so I sing to them.

  7. Anonymous5:38:00 PM

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    (New Bride)

  8. yummylicious


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