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« on: March 20, 2008 12:05:31 PM »

Ok, soooo I have this project on The Kongo Empire (not present-day Kongo) and 1 of my project partners (lol, not the one i've been fussing about on my blog) asked me to cook something that they ate.....well, the problem is, they ate stuff like cassava, which i cannot make and don't have the ingredients for.

   Well, I DO have ingredients to make Oreo balls but I don't know how that can relate to The Kongo Empire.... We have to have something else besides a poster, and since we xouldn't find anything else, it has to be this....

         Well, enough of my rambling... Does ANYONE know how I can relate Oreo balls w/ the Kongo Empire??? Should I try to "jazz them up"?

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« Reply #1 on: March 23, 2008 11:06:43 AM »

They produce cocoa and sugar; I don't know how authentic you have to be. They sure didn't eat oreo balls! If your oreo balls can be shaped, maybe you can make a sculpture out of it. Using cream cheese?

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