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On a new episode of Dear Young Wife, Tomi Odunsi and Chef Daniel Olurin talk about “Mrs Sacred Kitchen” women who treat their kitchen as a sacred place and give their two cents on the topic after giving real life scenarios about women who don’t like others going into “their kitchen,” linking it to tradition and the popular saying of “food is the way to a man’s heart.”

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4 Comments

  1. Zarah A

    October 12, 2016 at 11:12 pm

    I totally relate

  2. Xcelle.

    October 13, 2016 at 12:37 am

    “”and give their two scents on the topic.”” Give two “”SCENTS””?
    So, they gave their two FRAGRANCES, their two SMELLS on the topic?

    @BN, with all the money you make from ads and endorsements, you couldn’t hire staff who can write (and speak) English properly? It is practically constant now. Both in your own copy i.e. in features and posts written by BN writers and in the features/posts and prose/fiction you publish from other external writers and contributors. All publishers have standards on the quality of work they will publish. Don’t you? People submit prose and features with very poor grammar and spellings and you publish them just like that. Don’t you have any standards any more? Have you stopped caring? You are in the PROFESSION of journalism. Please, have good standards. People have been commenting and commenting over time on how the quality of writing by your writers, in grammar, spelling and coherence has been slipping and in some instances, is just poor. You do not seem to have been listening or to care. That is not wise. Any business/organisation that does not listen to its customers or stakeholders, and act on their feedback and concerns/requests never lasts long but begins a downward fall and/or loses its former (dominant) position. Never take things for granted and never get self-satisfied, complacent or smug. Thee is always someone out there, either being prepared, or ready and waiting to take your spot. And do it bigger and better. And do what you refused to do.

  3. Surely

    October 13, 2016 at 8:02 am

    Can we stop mentioning the word “women” with “kitchen”???
    There are many more words women associate with in 2016!
    So annoying.

    • Natu

      October 13, 2016 at 11:45 am

      Woman= leader, Boss, Icon, Judge, President, Chancellor, Manager, Professor, Mogul, Philanthropists, Madame Secretary and so on and so forth.
      Africa, please catch up with the rest of the world!!!!

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