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Feast of Corpus Christi Year B – Solemnity of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ

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Gospel – Mark 14:12-16, 22-26

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12 On the first day of the Feast of Unleavened Bread, when they sacrificed the Passover lamb, Jesus’ disciples said to him, “Where do you want us to go
and prepare for you to eat the Passover?”

13 He sent two of his disciples and said to them, “Go into the city and a man will meet you, carrying a jar of water. Follow him.

14 Wherever he enters, say to the master of the house, ‘The Teacher says, “Where is my guest room where I may eat the Passover with my disciples?”‘

15 Then he will show you a large upper room furnished and ready. Make the preparations for us there.”

16 The disciples then went off, entered the city, and found it just as he had told them; and they prepared the Passover.

22 While they were eating, he took bread, said the blessing, broke it, gave it to them, and said, “Take it; this is my body.”

23 Then he took a cup, gave thanks, and gave it to them, and they all drank from it.

24 He said to them, “This is my blood of the covenant, which will be shed for many.

25 Amen, I say to you, I shall not drink again the fruit of the vine until the day when I drink it new in the kingdom of God.”

26 Then, after singing a hymn, they went out to the Mount of Olives

In Nkwen

Àbòŋnǝ̀ Yesu Kristò ma Marǝkùsǝ̀̀ Ŋwà’anǝ̀ â ŋwa’arǝ, 14:12-16, 22-26

All: Mәkwu’utәnә̀ dzwi a mbwo wwò, o Nfò wìi.

A fǝ̀’ǝ wu wwa,

A nǝ nchyambì njwe nghwè ma bǝ̂ kǝ wǎ mbyi njwe nghwè la, ǹgaŋǝ-kù Yesù yìi nswiŋǝ a mbwo zhǝ ngǝ , “Ò swà’a bi nyesǝ adi’i kǝ ô jyǝ mǝ jye mǝ Paskà wu?

A swiŋǝ a mbwo ǹgaŋǝ̀ ndzǝmǝ̀ jwi dzwi bya ngǝ, “Kû nghǝ nǝ̀ a mǝmǝ̀ toŋǝ(ala’à), àwwa nǝ̀ bǝ zǝ ŋu ma à bì’i ǹtò nkyî a bù zoŋǝ nǝ zhǝ.

Ǹdyâ zu ma à ku wu, nǝ̀ swiŋǝ a mbwo ǹgaŋǝ̀ ndyâ ngǝ. ‘Ətàa biŋsǝ ngǝ, Àdi’ì ŋu ghanǝ fǝ ma mǝ̀ mbǝ jyǝ mǝjye mǝ Paska bi bǝ̀ ǹgaŋǝ ndzǝ̀mǝ̀ jwa?’

À bǝ̌ dǝ̀sǝ adi’i mǝmǝ̀ ndyâ kò’ònǝ̌ ma bǝ lanǝ nyesǝ̀ nǝ ǝdzuŋǝ ǝ ku’unǝ. Bùu lɛ̂rǝ̀ ǝ̀dzuŋǝ ntsǝ̀mǝ̀ wu a mbwo binǝ̀.

Ǹgaŋǝ-kù jwi dzwu tì’ì nkû nghǝ mǝmǝ toŋǝ , nzǝ ǝdzuŋǝ̀ ntsǝ̀mǝ̀ tsuŋ ma Yesù â swiŋǝ nǝ̀ bwo la. Bwo ti’ì nyêsǝ̀ mǝjyǝ mǝ Paskà wǝ .

Ma bwo dzwi mǝjye la, a lô ǝ̀banǝ̀, mfwô nti’i mbǝ’ǝ nfyâ nǝ bwo nswiŋǝ ngǝ, “ku nǝ; li bǝ̌ mbǝŋǝ̀ nnu zha”

A ti’ì nkǝ nlo nfoŋǝ ntaŋǝ ndzuŋǝ wu nti’i nfyâ bwo bǝtsǝ̀mǝ̀ nyǝ nǝ wu.

A swiŋǝ nǝ̀ bwo ngǝ, li bǝ ǝ̀liŋǝ̀ za fǝfǝ mǝmǝ̀ ǝkanǝ̀, Ma bǝ̌ kwri mbǝ’ǝ bǝ bâ nǝ̀nǝ̌.

“Nǝ ǹko’onyù mǝ̀ swiŋǝ a mbwo bù ngǝ mǝ̀ bǝ kàkǝ̌ mǝlu’u bǔ nye titi njwe zu ma mǝ̀ mbǝ lyǝ nyǝ mǝlù’ù mâ mfyi ala’a nǝfònǝ Nywe.”

Bwo mǐtǝ mà’a ndzàŋǝ̀ nti’i nfuu nghǝ atyǝ̂ Mbâ Olivsǝ̀(Olivetǝ̀).

Àbòŋnǝ̀ Yesu Kristò.

All: Nghu’usǝ̀ dzwì a mbwo wwo Nfò Yesu Kristò.

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14:12 On the first day of Unleavened Bread, when the Passover lamb is sacrificed, his disciples said to him, “Where do you want us to go and make the preparations for you to eat the Passover?” A nǝ nchyambì njwe nghwè ma bǝ̂ kǝ wǎ mbyi njwe nghwè la, ǹgaŋǝ-kù jwi yìi nswiŋǝ a mbwo zhǝ ŋgǝ , “Ò swà’a bi nyesǝ adi’i kǝ ô jyǝ mǝ jye mǝ Paskà wu?

14:13 So he sent two of his disciples, saying to them, “Go into the city, and a man carrying a jar of water will meet you; follow him, A swiŋǝ a mbwo ǹgaŋǝ̀ ndzǝmǝ̀ jwi dzwi bya ngǝ, “Kû nghǝ nǝ̀ a mǝmǝ̀ toŋǝ̀, àwwa nǝ̀ bǝ zǝ ŋu ma à bì’i ǹtò nkyî a bù zoŋǝ nǝ zhǝ.

14:14 and wherever he enters, say to the owner of the house, ‘The Teacher asks, Where is my guest room where I may eat the Passover with my disciples?’ Ǹdyâ zu ma à ku wu, nǝ̀ swiŋǝ a mbwo ǹgaŋǝ̀ ndyâ ngǝ. ‘Ətàa biŋsǝ ngǝ, Àdi’ì ŋu ghanǝ fǝ ma mǝ̀ mbǝ jyǝ mǝjye mǝ Paska bi bǝ̀ ǹgaŋǝ ndzǝ̀mǝ̀ jwa?’

14:15 He will show you a large room upstairs, furnished and ready. Make preparations for us there.” À bǝ̌ dǝ̀sǝ adi’i mǝmǝ̀ ndyâ kò’ònǝ̌ ma be lanǝ nyesǝ̀ nǝ ǝdzuŋǝ ǝ ku’unǝ. Bùu lɛ̂rǝ̀ ǝ̀dzuŋǝ ntsǝ̀mǝ̀ wu a mbwo binǝ̀.

14:16 So the disciples set out and went to the city, and found everything as he had told them; and they prepared the Passover meal. Ǹgaŋǝ ndzǝ̀mǝ̀ jwi dzwu tì’ì nkû nghǝ mǝmǝ toŋǝ , nzǝ ǝdzuŋǝ̀ ntsǝ̀mǝ̀ tsuŋ ma Yesù â swiŋǝ nǝ̀ bwo la. Bwo ti’ì nyêsǝ̀ mǝjyǝ mǝ Paskà wǝ .

14:22 While they were eating, he took a loaf of bread, and after blessing it he broke it, gave it to them, and said, “Take; this is my body.” Ma bwo dzwi mǝjye la, a lô ǝ̀banǝ̀, mfwô nti’i mbǝ’ǝ nfyâ nǝ bwo nswiŋǝ ngǝ, “ku nǝ; li bǝ̌ mbǝŋǝ̀ nnu zha”

14:23 Then he took a cup, and after giving thanks he gave it to them, and all of them drank from it. A ti’ì nkǝ nlo nfoŋǝ ntaŋǝ ndzuŋǝ wu nti’i nfyâ bwo bǝtsǝ̀mǝ̀ nye nǝ wu.

14:24 He said to them, “This is my blood of the covenant, which is poured out for many. A swiŋǝ nǝ̀ bwo ngǝ, li bǝ ǝ̀liŋǝ̀ za fǝfǝ mǝmǝ̀ ǝkanǝ̀, Ma bǝ̌ kwri mbǝ’ǝ bǝ bâ nǝ̀nǝ̌ .

14:25 Truly I tell you, I will never again drink of the fruit of the vine until that day when I drink it new in the kingdom of God.” “Nǝ ǹko’onyù mǝ̀ swiŋǝ a mbwo bù ngǝ mǝ̀ bǝ kàkǝ̌ mǝlu’u bǔ nye titi njwe zu ma mǝ̀ mbǝ lyǝ nyǝ mǝlù’ù mâ mfyi ala’a nǝfònǝ Nywe.”

14:26 When they had sung the hymn, they went out to the Mount of Olives. Bwo mǐtǝ mà’a ndzàŋǝ̀ nti’i nfuu nghǝ atyǝ̂ Mbâ Olifsǝ̀ .

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Basic Subtraction of numbers up to 20

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African dish – Koki and Ripe Plantain

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African Dish, Koki and Ripe Plantain

African dishes are becoming part and parcel of most kitchens in the world nowadays. Koki and Ripe Plantain is a typical African dish. It is a dish so abundant in the various food nutrients. This traditional dish has become so popular that it is now eaten in many countries of the world because of its richness. The main ingredients used to prepare a tasty Koki and Ripe Plantain dish are,

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Steps in Preparing Koki Beans

Method 1

  • Put the paste in a mortar, add a bit of salt and magi and stir or beat it for about three to four minutes.
  • Add salt and magi to taste. Stir again for some time until it rises and almost double the quantity.
  • Add the cocoyam leaves, and then it is ready to tie in bundles.
  • Add red palm oil in each bundle before tying.
  • Put in a sizable pot, add water and steam for about 45 mins to one hour.

Method 2

  • After grinding blend the paste very well. Add enough water and then all the ingredients in a bowl and mix together.
  • Tie in bundles and steam in a sizable pot.


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This video presents to you the complete procedure of preparing Koki and Ripe Plantains.

Some Health Benefits of Koki and Rip Plantains

  • The steaming method used in cooking koki retains a lot of vegetable proteins from the beans that are good for the body.
  • Red palm oil gives us vitamins and fats.
  • The tender cocoyam leaves give us vitamins and help in building our blood.
  • Plantains provide us with calcium and starch.
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African Dish – Corn Fufu and Njyama-njyama Recipe and Preparation

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Corn Fufu and Njyama-njyama. African Dish. Recipe and Preparation

Corn Fufu and Njyama-njyama is a typical African dish, so rich in the various food nutrients. This traditional dish has become so popular that it is now eaten in many countries of the world because of its richness. The main ingredients used to prepare a tasty corn fufu and njyama-njyama dish are as listed below.

Recipe for Corn Fufu and Njyama-njyama

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Method for preparing Corn Fufu and Njyama-njyama

Preparing Njyama-njyama

  • Harvest the huckleberry (Njyama-njyama) from the farm or buy from the market. The quantity depends on how much fufu and njyama-njyama you want to prepare.Pick the njyama-njyama by removing the hard stems.Wash thoroughly and boil the njyama-njyama for about 20 to 30 minutes, then remove and slice.
  • Slice the tomatoes and onion and fry using the vegetable oil and fry about two to three minutes.
  • Add salt and magi, and allow to fry for about two or three more minutes depending on the quantity. Pepper can also be added at this stage for those who like it.
  • Add the sliced njyama-njyama and stir well. When it is well mixed with the tomato and onion paste, allow it for one or two minutes, then stir and remove from the gas cooker or fireside.

Preparing Corn Fufu

  • Trash dry yellow or red corn and grin it at a grinding mill. You may buy already prepared corn flour from a store.
  • Put enough water in a sizable pot, depending on your quantity. Allow the water to bubble. Mixed corn flour with water and put in the bubbling water, then stir continuously for about three to four minutes till the dough is thick and tough.
  • Add warm water and using a pestle or a wooden spoon , open the dough and let the water go in between the dough down to the bottom of the pot. Then cover and let it cook for about two to three minutes. open and stir till the fufu is smoother, tougher and looks shinny.
  • Use the banana leaves to tie. Where there are no banana leaves, you can use film rolls.
  • Serve with fried or baked chicken, fish or meat.

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Health benefits of Corn Fufu and Njyama-njyama

Corn Fufu and Njyama-njyama is a dish very rich in food nutrients such as,

  • carbohydrates
  • proteins
  • vitamins
  • fats and oil

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African Traditional Dish, Achu and Yellow Soup

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Achu and Yellow soup is a typical African Traditional dish of the Ngemba clan in Cameroon. It is a dish so abundant in the various food nutrients. This traditional dish, because of its richness, has become so popular that it is now eaten all over the country and in many countries of the world. The process to come out with a tasty dish of Achu and Yellow Soup is in three stages; the preparation, the actual pounding, and the Yellow soup preparation.

The Preparation

The main ingredients for preparing Achu and Yellow soup are coco-yams, banana, red palm oil, cow meat and skin, salt, magi, Limestone (Niki), achu soup spices, and pepper. The pepper is only for those who eat it. In my village setting, the coco-yams and banana are harvested from the farm while the other ingredients bought from the market or store. Of course, in a city, one has to buy all the parts. The traditional plates (banana leaves) are also harvested and warmed over a glowing fire then split in rectangular forms ready for use in the second stage to tie the achu (coco-yam fufu) itself.  In a city, we use a dish in place of the leaves.

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The coco-yam and banana are washed and put in a sizable pot, beginning with the coco-yams, then the banana, and finally some tender or young coco-yams at the top. The pot is then covered with banana leaves or foil paper and allow to cook until the coco-yam and banana are soft enough for pounding.

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The long Achu Mortar can also be used to pound the cocoyam and banana, then tie in bundles.
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Bundles of Achu

Pounded coco-yam and banana

The Actual Pounding

When the coco-yam and banana are well cooked,

  • Firstly we peel the tender or young coco-yams and pound.
  • Then pound the banana and mixed with the pounded coco-yam. This is done in about two or more batches depending on the quantity. Each batch is mixed up with the previous one to keep it continuously soft and smooth. At the end of this stage, all the pounded coco-yam and banana are well mixed until it is smooth to form a dough.
  • Water is added if the dough is too tight; otherwise, it is just fine.
  • The softer dough or call it fufu is then removed and tied up in bundles known as bundles of achu.
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Yellow Soup Preparation

While the coco-yam and banana are being pounded, the meat and skin is also cooking on the fireplace.

  • Firstly, slice the meat and skin and wash it thoroughly.
  • Secondly, put in a pot and add enough water, salt, and magi.
  • Then, allow to cook until it is soft enough. This can take about thirty to forty-five minutes, depending on the type.
  • Mixed the red palm oil and “Niki” in a bowl or pot till it turns pure yellow.
  • Drain the stock from the meat and pour it in the bowl or pot. Use a second bowl to mixed the soup well by turning it from bowl to bowl till it is pure yellow and thick enough. You can also use a blender to blend if you have one otherwise continue mixing for about two to three minutes, depending on the quantity.
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African Dish, Achu and Yellow Soup Part Two; Preparing the Yellow. Achu Soup

When these three stages are accomplished then, Achu and Yellow Soup is ready for the table. Yummy!

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Achu and Yellow Soup

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Some health benefits of Achu and Yellow Soup

Considering its ingredients, Achu and Yellow Soup is very rich in

  • Carbohydrates from the coco-yams.
  • Proteins from the meat.
  • Vitamins from red palm oil and vegetable.
  • Fats oils from the red palm oil.
  • Calcium from the yellow soup
  • The yellows soup also fixes minor stomach upsets.
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The quarantine is doing more good than harm. My home skills just got better

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The search for recipes has become top of the day, as we see in many search engines. Many people have turned to domestic cooking than ever before because of the quarantine. This attitude, of course, has helped to reduce their family expenses drastically. On my part, in addition to the realization of my backyard garden, I have also discovered that my home skills just got better thanks to the quarantine. I have been able to come out with some typical pastries before I thought only experts could do them well. I also had time to prepare some of my traditional dishes. Here are samples of my homemade stuff during this period of quarantine. My grandchildren have attributed all to grandma, hahaha! Take a look!

Grandma’s yummy bread

Grandma’s yummy cookies

Grandma’s yummy banana cake

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Grandma’s yummy pancakes

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Grandma’s yummy beans and pof pof (Mǝku nǝ̀ ǝkarǝ̀)

Grandma’s yummy barbecue (Ǹnà ǹtonǝ)

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Grandma’s yummy roasted fish/chicken and bobolo (Nǝ̀bye bwo ǹgwu ǹtonǝ̀ nǝ̀ mǝ̀nyondo’o) .

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Grandma’s yummy achu and yellow soup (Ə̀ku’u nǝ ǹjya- nikǐ)

Corn-fufu and vegetable

Grandma’s yummy corn fufu and njama-njama (Ə̀banǝ̀ nǝ̀ ǹjyǎ-nkaŋǝ)

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Egusi Soup
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Grandma’s yummy yam fufu and egusi soup (ǝbanǝ azu’u nǝ̀ njyǎ-nghǝ̀’ǝ)

Boiled fresh peanuts
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Grandma’s yummy fresh peanuts and corn (ǹgwàsaŋǝ nǝ̀ mǝnjyǝ̌)

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Àbàa ntəǝ nə̀ kàa nluu. An Advice bag never gets full.

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1Àbàa ntəǝ nə̀ kàa nluu.A bag of advice never gets full. (You continue to get advice or learn till your last day, even in events you think you are an expert.)
2Boŋə m̀bì’inə̀ kàkə atyə̌ chyà.The shoulder can never be above the head. (A slave, “worker, student, wife” can never be above his master “boss, teacher, husband”.)
3M̀bàŋə nə̀lwenə̀ ə̀ bə moo.An old age walking stick is a child. (An encouragement for parents to take good care of their children and to children who take good care of their old aged parents.)
4Moo tə̀ zu’u ǹtèe mya kù zhə̀ nsansə.A child who never listens to mother’s advise shall face his/her doom. (A warning to recalcitrant children)
5Ngwo nə̀ kǎ moo ngwo dàŋə njwe.A dog cannot give birth to a different species. (Said when a child grows with the good or negative qualities of a parent)
6O tə kuu moo ŋù ò jwe wwò.When nursing another man’s child bring yours forth. (Said in situations where an adopted child despises his/her caretakers)
7Fya azuŋə ambwo ŋù wuma a zhi ǹdwènə̀.Give something to one who knows the value. (Said in a situation where someone takes good care of something)
8À̀wuŋə nə̀ tə kwi afò a ǹnà kàkə̌ m̀yə̀.A hunting session does not end because animals are finished in the bush. (We do not stop an activity because the enjoyment or pleasure is not still there but because we have to keep time.)  
9Boŋə ò ka kù’u bǔ ŋù tòŋə ò kàkə̌ ǹfὲ’ὲ njya zhì zhi.If you’ve never eaten achu’u with someone you’ll never know how he consumes the soup. (If you’ve never lived with someone, you’ll never know his/her attitude.)
10Ǹchə̀ ngwo dzwi nə ngwo.A curse on a dog remains with it. (Said when we need not revenge a bad act from someone but leave it to God’s judgement.)
  11Boŋə o ka ndya dzwi bə bǐtə̀ ǹjyǎ zhə̀ nə̌ nkyǐ.  If you are not present water will be added to your soup. (If you are not present, you’ll always be cheated.)
12Bǝ̌ tyə mbenə mə ndya bə nə̀ ngrə-məkwε.Fighting within the household is done with the elbows. (Infighting within siblings should never be done fiercely)
13Ǹdya tə̀ sa’anə̀ bə awε̌ ŋu. A family with no quarrels is the absence of people. (Said as a consolation to a family or group of people who are quarrelling or fighting)
14Àbwo bikàkǝ̌ ntsù adàŋə̀ dàŋə nku’u.An empty hand never goes to the mouth. (Said when someone needs a reward for a service or when someone has to feed on what is available and not what he likes)
15Ə̀tyə bya boŋə nchya zi mo’o.Two heads are better than one. (We need to journey or reason with others for we are not perfect)
16O tə tòŋə akù’u ò zə̂ ǹjya zhi za’a.See the achu’u soup first before boring it. (Foresee before embarking on any project)
17“Mə̀ nkə̀ la zhi” ǹtsə̀mə zoŋə bə ndzə̀̀mə̀.“Had I known” is always the last. (Said when an omission brings negative results)
18Mə̀tànə ŋù bə nə̀li zhi.A man’s choice is his eyes. (Said when one has to make a personal choice or decision.)
19Ndyâ bikàkə nə bǝ̀ nshwe.A house cannot burn with people inside. (A problem can’t go unresolved when people are present.)
20A ka mətanə kə ghə o kə mbəŋə nə ala’a shu’u.If you can’t go to the market don’t wish the rain on people. (Do not sabotage if you are not talking part in something)
21Tə zhi ntsǝ̀mǝ̀ mbu’u.An innocent person is in God’s grace. (Said when someone is not guilty of something or is accused when he/she is not guilty)

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