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Cooking Forum / Re: SNACKS, PASTRIES, SWEETS & DESERTS
« on: November 22, 2008, 03:54:10 PM »


Sounds nice Hafsy!!! How many does it serve?? Cos man, 10 egg yolks +

1 cup of coconut milk + 200g of butter + 500g sugar... sounds like heart

attack on a plate. Shud serve at least 7 people rite?


My dear it sounds alot but trust me its not alot. Ai you should not have a problem with eggs. Ke da kikace they are among your faves!

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Cooking Forum / Re: HOW TO COOK KARAL-BASNA
« on: November 22, 2008, 03:52:37 PM »
Check your hausa dictionary. Seriously, is it true you travel with it at all times in your bag? This is like so sad!!!!

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Cooking Forum / Re: VEGETARIAN RECIPES
« on: November 22, 2008, 03:50:34 PM »
Na wa for this person above, that totally agrees with everything. :-\

Actually, I have never come across any Nigerian who is vegey. My pipu and meatttttttt!!!!!!!!!!! ;D

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Cooking Forum / Re: FOOD TALK!! Q&A
« on: November 22, 2008, 03:48:33 PM »
Abin kunya.
Yam matan kanoonline ba su iya cake ba.
An tambaye su meyasa cake yake zama concave and shrunken sun kasa amsawa.
An ji kunya dai.

Fateez i think one of the ingredients was put in excess,maybe sugar or baking powder.
Sannun "oasis". To, kai donAllah ka amsa. Fateez dont mind Gogannaka. Am sure ita missus din tashi bata iya ba aswell. Gogannaka ko kawar tamu ta iya ne itama? ;D

Actually did you say you kept checking? If you kept opening your oven, then that might have been the factor. Too much air! Or either, kinyi overbeating mixture din and too much air got into it again. Or your baking tins are too small or you've put too much mixture in it. One of the biggest errors is this: I learnt this ages ago, that is if you use a redcued fat butter, your recipe wont work and therefore you cake wont come out nicely because of the high percentage of water in the fat. However, stick butter works best. Or simply put, you measurements might not be correct as in kilos to grams or your cups to teaspoons or tasblespoons.

Goodluck on your next trial

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Cooking Forum / Re: HAVE A LOOK......I COOKED THIS AND THAT!!!!
« on: November 22, 2008, 03:36:40 PM »
Am soon gonna land with pictures na tuwo semo.....da miya na kuka and if anyone beats me to the chase, thats cool ;D...............all welcomed........D

Chabdijan!!!! Hajiya goggo mai tuwo kenan! Since when have you started preparing tuwo? Ko wace mace tuka towo take yi ko akan risho, ko akan murhun itace or akan cooker. Mace zatayi talge, sannan ta tuka, sannan yayi malmala, sannan ta kwace ta kai wa maigida ko jama'an taro. Ke ai alamarinki ba dama. News got to us: Wai nace ba, wace mace ce take tafasa ruwan tuwon ta a kettle, sannan ta nemi kwano ta zuba, sanna ta dakko "whisk" tana kada ruwa da garin tuwo, sannan ta jefa a cikin "microwave" 3 minutes wai sai ace "food is ready"!!!! *shame on you* ;D Idan kuma this na lie, let me see since when did you make that post. Sine June, you still havent landed with the tuwo photo. Buhaha ha ha. Wallahi dont even attempt it, karki ba kanki kunya. Inda aka fi auki, sai girke-girken kale-kale. Like one rice you prepare last year kaman wani interior deco. I didnt even know how we were suppose to eat it or what cutteleries to use. Ga yunwa ya ishe ni a ranar. But that food was tast.

Madam, that reminds me. Ina kwanuka na? Tun last year! My caserole dish is with you aswell. >:( Don Allah, a dawo mun dasu. Daga kai abinci a ciki, sun makale. Smo smo abeg ;D

Ewwwwwww >:( (Tripe or "Towel" as I like to call it). I hate tha kind of meat. Abu kaman rubber!



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chit-chat / Re: WHY DU WOMEN HAVE JELOUS MINDS?
« on: November 22, 2008, 02:55:46 PM »
I heard this recently & this is real. This newly married couples from Kaduna: the wife has past love history with ex boyfreinds who loved her dearly but they didnt get to marrying each other due to some circumstances. Instead she married this man that her family didnt like because he was Nupe. Those kind of ignorant parents I guess. Anyway, wife or should I say the new bride fell critically ill after falling pregrant. She was Epileptic which worsened during her term of pregnancy & also she had a prematured delivery & lost alot of blood & the baby. It was required that she gets an immediate blood tranfusion. Her blood matched with that of her aunt but her whole family were off & was it her elder sis, I cant really remember. Though most of her family have gone off to Saudia. Anyway, she disclosed to the doctor that she shared the same blood group with her ex-boyfreind. Immediately after contacting the "hero". He arrived to the hospital in no time & it was said he looked like a mad man because he was scared not wanting his ex to die. You know laidies *those kind of men that will take a bullet for us* Anyway he donated blood and everything was set. The wifes husband came to see the wife for the day & immediately he saw her ex he started misbehaving in the hospital, profanity & even physical attack- apparently he flinged a an iron termal flask with hot tea in it at the ex. Anyway, he was called to order. But wallahi ankace sam mijinta yaki yadda. He refused for his wife to get the tranfusion. Ita kuma stupid woman, she said as long as her hubby said no she rather die (see this kind stupid love) >:(. Her family telephoned pleaded & pleaded but husband refused. Ai ko kunya surukai ya amsa musu. Ex-boyfriend begged and begged. Husband refused. Even to the point where people within the community started attacking the husband as news spread by. Matar dai ranta a hannun Allah. Da kyar mijin ya yarda. He granted permission and subhanala, Allah in his mercy strengthened that woman. After two months of gradual recouperation, the wife was finally discharged from the hospital. It was on that day that he  divorced her!!!!!! He he was off to Lagos. The husband claimed that he cannot bear to live with the woman because he so much hated her ex and would not want to bore kids, knowing that his bloodline is connected to in his own words "makiyinci". Seeee Man jelousy!!!!!!!!!!

Gaskiya wannan abun ya wuce abun tsoro.....abun la haula la ku wata ne!!! For some funny reasons I cant forget this matter and am trying so hard to find any moral justifications from the mans point of view but saidai kawai nace "kishi" ne. Or should I say the woman was just plain stupid? Infact idan mijin bai yadda ba, from a religious point of view isnt there any discretion to supersede the husbands objection? Ni wallahi this really scared me. What kind of jelousy is this? Ai ko ana kishi tausayi kan cire kishi ai ko kuwa? :o

A'a mhmmm duniyan nan ~signs~

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chit-chat / Re: IS K-ONLINE BECOMING BORING?
« on: November 22, 2008, 02:34:35 PM »
A'a zo Muhsin. Me kake nufi. Baka murna na dawo ko? >:(  Kayi baki kwana biyun nan ko? ;D

Yawwa nagode da gaisuwa. Wallahi, l I have a very legitimate & IMPORTANT reason for my absense & am back!!! So it is not same as others nor same as always. Its is different from others and not constant behaviour.

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chit-chat / Re: Cigiya 'yan uwa
« on: November 22, 2008, 02:11:18 PM »
I don come again wo! I am backkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk. Whether active or inactive.....nidai its been long with you people:

Ina Dan Kauye? Emerge better tori dey!

Mallam Salis Danyaro? I wish you make a very important anouncement and want your approval.

The three Muskateerz always on my tail: (Kitkat, Zeezee, BakanGizo)? Mazaje! Kwana biyu! Waye in my absense kuke wa taron dangi? Ina ta jiran wedding invitation, shiru nake ji. Kai! ni ko auren dole ayi muku mana >:(. Atleast na huta. Danace "men" you three will start harassing me!

Mudacrissssssssssssssssssssssss. Yaya dai? Got news for you! Thnx for filling my office whilst on leave ;D

You! You! You! Baki da mutunci ko kadan wallahi. I got your message. Happy for you pretty. Ya jiki dai? ;D Zunubanki ake ta kankarewa. Baby, two more month to go. Zaki sani ai! ;D he he he. Love you but not alot >:(

Hey lovely. Fateez: ya karatu? Long time no word. Muah to you PS: ON D CHEEKS OF COURSE!

Husna dearieeeeeeeeeee, ya gari? Long time. 

EMTL. Ranka ya dade! Ina da tambaya. Meye hukuncin mata da ba basu da zumunci?

sai wa kuma, sai wa kuma? mhmmm?

Myself errrmmmm to dai, he/she? Whatever the case: how is your very nice self? Kinga/Kaga, ni ki, ka/ki gayamin if man or woman. If you be woman, we go establish better rapport like the rest of the sisters here.

Mufi duk dai ba'a saba sosai, an dai zama daya anan. Passing my gaisuwa on. Ya abubuwa? Nace ba: kinji dadinki iya waina. "Wasu" inajin dai watakila ana ta dai fama. ;D

Who else? errrrrrrrrmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

Muhsin. The last time I remembered, he was writing exams. An gama? Best of luck on the outcome. Yanuwanka na forum dinnan sun dai na maka tsiya ko dai sunanan suna yi?

& YOU >:(  >:( >:( >:( >:( >:( >:( nothing for you! Until you apologise.

I have been away for sooooo long and am back with a full baggggg.




 


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chit-chat / Re: How are you feeling today?
« on: November 22, 2008, 01:44:15 PM »
Absolute bliss!!! Alhamdulilahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh. My begining of another new life.

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chit-chat / Re: IS K-ONLINE BECOMING BORING?
« on: November 22, 2008, 01:40:56 PM »
COMPLAINANTS OF THIS THREAD, MAKE WUNA NO WORRY. I AM BACK AND IN FULL FORCE. MASU MUN OYOYO, AN GODE KWARAI ;D. SOME WEY DON BEGIN DEY FROWN OR NO HAPPY, NA WUNA SABI!!!

Toh bismillahir rahmanir rahimmmmmmm...................ni ta ina ma zan fara? ;D
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chit-chat / Re: On The Couch
« on: May 03, 2008, 10:41:30 AM »
Horrors suck Most that have the adequate intelligence so barely fit my kinda movies. Horrors to me are failed attempts of a scarry thriller

Horrors!!! No THEY - DO - NOT - SUCK!!!!!!!! >:( >:( >:( >:( >:( >:( They are the best thing ever! Thats the only thing I can watch. Believe you me...........I go days even ""months" without even flicking on my TV but when I do, its horrors all the way! Just knowing that am gonna watch something spooky gives me the thrill!!! "If you know worrahmean". Am hooked on it!!!!

Japanese horrors are the scariest movies ever!!!

Anybody with like minds for horror? Lets get conversational on it. You name it every vampire, dracula, zombies, ghostly, evil forces/supernatural etc!!!



Ummita am surprise you didnt mention the horror you acted in  ;D ;D ;D i think that the scariest.....ooppss ma bad!

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Hi there,

Am so sorry because what I have to say isn't rightly on the path of your topic of discussion but something a bit different. And that is simply telling my wide surprise at what you guys said above.

First is the mention by IBB that he had his junior secondary education at Magwan aroubd 87-90. And more astonishing at Dave's mention of his grandaughter that was born in Kano and is presently bagging her university education at Glasgow. I had never imagine these two gentle men were as old as that. Though I know each is old but not actually as that old...lol. ;D ;D ;D
Admin, you really must restrict the age limit for who should be allowed to be a member: ppl born after the yr 2000 are not qualified and that obviously puts Muhsin in that category... >:( >:( >:( >:( >:( >:( >:( >:( >:( >:( >:( >:( >:( >:( >:( >:( >:( >:( >:( >:( >:( >:( >:( >:( >:( >:( >:( >:( >:( >:( >:( >:( >:( >:(

Mushin just reminding you that this suggested rule of Husna's meets the requirement of age discrmination. You have your rights as you know, incase you wish to seek legal aid agaisnt her. Husna ke kuma stop amplifying your point. ;D ;D You are too  much jare!!! ;D ;D He couldnt have been born in 2000, perhaps during the year of anno domini.  ;D ;D ;D

Oh well since the age limitations does not affect us but Muhsin no wahala!  ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D 

Ah! Kano!
I dont know Kano that much, stayed her for a very short period of my very young years. But am always visiting Kano. Its fun, fun, fun!!! Hausa people fun!!!! Good  memories linger on........Only thing is the overpolluted roads with those motorcycle transports. Its very very HOTTTTT too. And apart from air conditioning you might want to have a real feel of the hustles and bustles of the energised people on the roads and the pedestrians. A/C off, car windows down, nice breeze, over polluted air from car/motorcycle exhaust pipes mixed with the nice aroma of charcoal grilled meat, the overcrowdness and noise all enjoyable to watch. But it made some people sick, Thanks for throwing up in my car. It was only gasoline smell!!! >:(

I love kanooooo even though am not from there.

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General Board / Re: Churches in Saudi Arabia?
« on: April 12, 2008, 07:05:33 PM »
I prefer reading issues like this, instead of pinching in but lets all be civil and discussion can keep rolling.

Personally, I think anything or nothing is at the discretion of God. “HE” alone knows what he will predetermine in the nearest or longest future. We are just voicing out our concerns here. However, in this century of extreme conflict of religious interest being the central point, which is disengaging parts of the world and destroying lives, I say best be..........."to each his own". All religions should maintain their core zones of religious worships. It will raise great hostility if a church is to be built in Saudi Arabia and so it will be if a mosque was to be built and situated near one of the major basilicas of Rome let say St. Peter's. Very possibly, it might be hard for the Christians to put up with too. If a Synague, a Temple, shrine and/or any place of worship was to be built in a country where 99% of the citizens practice the same religion, very likely, it will be a worrisome matter.  Most religions are not intolerable per se. The intolerability of all religion is not an evolving matter and pre-history had it, it lies in the division of religion as every devout follower believes, theirs is the true religion. This is just the reason for the illuminated or opaque hostile ground any religion would resistively show if another religious worship place was to be in close proximity and in their territorial grounds.

But what I believe we share here is our no mindedness for religious extremism. Respect others and just practice your creed.

Finito! Abi?



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Oh...and lastly, as you know Islam professes dat wen a woman reaches her adolescent stage, marriage should be hastened. But the issue of a father not allowing or prefaring that his daughter does not wed in accord to her free will, but only when she has completed her studies is rather wrong. It’s just this incoherent ideas gushing over our minds that only when a woman finally completes her education will she have “the diamond life”. It is not so in plenty cases. What has been ordained will simply be. One’s destiny to a good life or not  can never be altered even if the woman was ‘Issac Von Inkenstickle’ So such liberated and pregnable principles should not used against religious principles. If a woman desires to pursue her studies she can still wed and can still wed in the middle of her studies but in my view the passageway to knowledge is like a lifetime event & thus d seeker of knowledge shud continue 2 do so until he/she meets God.

Very, very, very correct and so, so, so true. This is the sort of issue my uncle had with his daugther. As a postgrad student, very well behaved girl and having a well paid job for a young girl of that age, she had too many marriage proposals at hand and when she finally said Yes "willingly" it was then that her father said no. She agreed and infact I was even thinking of the "ashobi" even before the prospective groom sent his people. Well the day came when his people where to meet my uncle and his family. My uncle said no chance!!!! She has to do her Phd.!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I was so angry that I was ranting and raving in the room saying. Kai Baffa is too abunan! Ba Phd zata yi ba, ya manta.... XYZ ne. Not knowing he came to pass the room we were in and he over heard us. Not going into details, I got a bad one. Anyway TRUE, it is the sort of misguided thougths some of the elders have. "For the love of my child, I want her to get the best" but that does not mean supressing what she really wants. And true, Ummita it conflicts with religious obligations! As religion frowns upons anyone who tries to stop a marriage without just cause. A fathers obligatory duty is to give his child the best and guide her in choosing a man and not to be forced unwilling to marry or to be stopped from marrying. At the end of the day it is only God who can bequest you with the best and what he thinks fit! I am all for education and may I take the liberty to say if a woman wants to marry and leave studies, its her choice. Education is as I "stress" very important but aint nothing you can do if one opines otherwise.     

These are the sort of little issues that get some or other religious disciples thinking, the rules of shariah are in their own opinion strict. As I always say its very easy only if people start saying: Islam says this, but there are rules of exceptions too!!!! Now some people might start having the lame idea that islam promotes marriage and not knowledge.

Allah dai ya zabar ma kowa abin dayafi alkhair.

Ah' Ummita marriage and studies is not easy wo! Speak for yourself!

Jzakallahu Khairan for this piece Bamalli.

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Islam / Re: The etiquettes of the wedding night 2
« on: April 12, 2008, 05:51:02 PM »
22. The House must have a Place for Bathing

The married couple must have a place to bathe in their house, and the
husband must not allow his wife to go to the public bath houses. This is
forbidden, and there are various hadith about it, among them:

First: On the authority of Jaabir who said: "The Prophet said: "Whoever
believes in Allaah and the Last Day, let him not allow his wife to go to the
Public baths. Whoever believes in Allaah and the Last Day, let him not go to
the baths except with a waist-cloth. And whoever believes in Allaah and the
Last Day, let him never sit at a table at which intoxicants are being
circulated." [Al-Haakim, at-Tirmidhee and others: Saheeh]

Second: On the authority of Umm ad-Dardaa' who said: "I came out of the
public bath and I met Allaah's Messenger who said to me: 'From where have
you come O Umm Dardaa'?' I said: 'From the baths'. Then he said: "By the One
in whose hand is my soul, every woman who removes her clothes anywhere
except the house of one of her mothers has torn down all that veils her
before ar-Rahman." [Ahmad : Saheeh]

Third: On the authority of Abu al-Maleeh who said: "Some women from
Ash-Shaam entered upon 'Aa'ishah and said: "Where are you from?" The women
answered: "We are of the people of Ash-Shaam (the area of present-day Syria
)." 'Aa'ishah said: "Are you perhaps from that district which allows its
women to enter the public baths?" The said: "Yes". She said: "As for me, I
heard the Messenger of Allaah say: "Every woman who removes her clothes
other than in her house has torn down all veils of modesty between herself
and Allaah." [at-Tirmidhee, Abu Dawood and others: Saheeh]

AS-SALAMUALAIKUM WARAHAMATULLAHI TA'ALA WABARAKATUHU.

But wait wo!!!! Am almost having a heart attack here and very confused. So what if you travelled and out of necessity had to lodge in a hotel? If you comot cloth bath what is the ruling on it? Because we could say "the hotel" is public as it is not your own private bathroom and will obviously be used by the public who checked in too. Also if you attend a wedding and due to the insufficiency of accomodation or there will be quite a long guest list and accomodation was made available in hotels "those married" stayed over and showered in too, what does shariah say upon this?

Should the woman ask the permission of her husband who is say in another country that she will be sleeping in a hotel with her fellow friends and would remove her clothes and shower in the morning? Seriosly am asking a question here! :-\

BISALLAMAH.



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