Believe me when I say Nigerians are not the type to shy away from nutritional experiments. From the hot and spicy Yoruba foods to the subtler yet captivating eastern delicacies, Nigeria is home to over 3,000 local delicacies enjoyed not only at home but abroad.
Makurdi, the capital of Benue state located in central Nigeria opposite the Benue river is home to some of the finest foodies and you’d read all about that soon enough.
With food prices as cheap as they get, you can cook a handful of soups for as cheap as 2,000 Naira with change to spare.
There’s something new in town and it’s called the Piano where people take any swallow of their choice and instead of going with a single soup or stew, they make several and dip their handful of swallows in any soup or stew of their choice as they eat – think of it as advanced tasting.
A twitter user @chix58 explained to her timeline how she made her Piano which consists of 8 different soups with less than 2,000 Naira. This gave rise to a series of tricky questions.
What happens when you’re done, what happens to the left over soup – Well, someone else comes to play the piano.
How much money do i need to make my own piano – Well, as little as 3,000 should do the trick, depending on what type of Piano you want, a grand piano costs more obviously.