Hello everyone, it’s been a long time since I’ve posted on here. How are you today? I’ll be presenting a new blog that I just placed on the new website, as well as some of my favorite websites from our class. Let’s get started.
On my website, I demonstrated how to cook Jollof rice, a famous Nigerian cuisine in our nation. Today I’ll give you a quick rundown of some of the ingredients and how to prepare it. I’ll also pass along the blog’s URL here.
Nigerian rice dish Jollof (or jollof rice). Long-grain rice, tomatoes, onions, spices, vegetables, and meat are often cooked together in a same pot, however the ingredients and preparation techniques vary by location. As you can see in the picture I went in details about how it’s to cook jollof rice. I went to twitter to find other culture jolly rice this is Ghanaian Jollof rice. I think it looks amazing with all the vegetables.
Here are some ingrendent that is use to make Nigerian jollof rice. I will share a few on here but check out my website to check out the rest. I will make the images small on here so go to my website to check out the full post and images.
1/3 cup oil (not olive, but vegetable, canola, or coconut)
a 400-gram can of tomatoes OR 6 medium-sized fresh plum/Roma tomatoes, diced
6 red poblano peppers, seeds removed (or 4 big red bell peppers
I also created direction to follow so people will cook it correctly and not mess it up. I hope this recipes will help some people who want to learn other people culture food.
Lastly I will like to share my logo. I will like to thank this website for helping me create a free amazing logo design. Thank you freelogodesign
Now I would like to talk about some website that stood out to me when I was checking out the comment under the assignment post. First Paola Acosta websites stood out to me because with just the simplicity it still stand out. I want everyone to check out her website I also love her first blog that talk about how we tend to consume everything around us which is true everyday we go on social media and things we see and read can increase our knowledge.
Second website that stood out to me is definitely DUOJAY website called madeinyourlikeness. I think the background design for this website it’s actually brilliant because of what the website will be about. I don’t think he’s done editing his page but I’m looking forward to seeing his first blog so I can make a comment on his page.
5 thoughts on “Sharing my Website’s URL & Some Social Media Fun”
Great work on this!
I love how you brought it all together, I wish you would take screen shots using your computer’s keyboard rather than taking pictures of the screen with your phone – I went over this a few times this semester but you can google it too – look up “how to take a screen shot with my pc or mac” It makes a difference 🙂
Thank you so much for this, I’ll absolutely look into it. I did that on my laptop before, but I guess I wasn’t used to it, so I stopped. Next time, I’ll surely consider utilizing the laptop screenshot.
Thank you! 🙂
I love your website and how you provide images of the foods and the recipe right next to it.
Thank you so much I really appreciate it.
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