- A lady serving party food with kettles has got massive reactions on social media as her video went viral
- In the short clip, the lady poured ewedu and gbegiri from different kettles into many white plates sitting on the table
- Among those who reacted were people who believed her out-of-the-box method works as it engenders neatness
The video of a lady serving food in a very unconventional way shared by @instablog9ja has got many Nigerians talking on social media.
Using kettles known for serving water or boiling it, the lady poured ewedu and gbegiri into different plates laid out on the table.
The method proves efficient as it allows serving the soup easier in a neat manner. The content went straight into the plates without staining the table sheet.
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To serve the ewedu and gbegiri, she had the soups in two different kettles. After pouring the former in, she went ahead to dish the gbegiri.
Watch the video below:
At the time of writing this report, the video has gathered over 51,000 likes with more than 3,000 comments.
Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:
"If ‘Think out of the box’ was a woman. Makes her food serving neater and faster."
"Necessity is the mother of innovation. But Watch the whole of lagos as they begin to serve fried rice and stew from kettle in 3,2,1."
"Actually pretty smart. Not as messy as using a spoon."
"So far the food tastes nice and the dishing is not messy ejor abami fi kpomo si."
"Nahhhh, won’t have that taste the spoon will give. Who send her???"
"I’m just trying to imagine how she’s going to wash the kettle."
Kind woman provided free food
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a kind woman, Champale Anderson, used her resources to change the lives of many in her neighbourhood.
For years she has been feeding kids. When the mother of six children in North St Louis knew that there are people in her community who could not afford to eat good food, she provided a solution.
The woman put a signboard in front of her house to tell people that they could walk in and eat free snacks and also that whoever wants to donate towards the cause can do so.