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Wonderful Ethiopian

Ras Dashen, 121 Nicholson Street, Footscray. Phone: 9687 3293

A chance Sunday night encounter in the Yarraville IGA finds me dining out in downtown Footscray on a Tuesday night with friends and friends of theirs. 254 more words


Ethiopian delicacy

A random pic of an Ethiopian dish, simply because it’s so delicious! The name ‘beyaynet‘ litterally means ‘mix‘, which explains why this dish always exists of injera with a mix of different pastes on top of it. 113 more words

Random Pics From Our Trips

African Foods in the Market Place ...

This week I randomly decided to take photos of Kenyan foods on sale in the market. I was doing field work in Rongai and I thought I would share some of the Kenyan creativity and heritage. 142 more words

Population And Development

African Students' Association presents: African Week

African Week: October 13-18

  • Monday: 10/13- “African Take Over Day”                                                                                                                        Rep your country, or your favorite country, or any African country. Don’t have anything African? No worries we are selling African Jewelry in the DSU LOBBY from 12pm -4pm…
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African Country


EN – Perhaps my holidays in the far Egypt are already finished, a real pity because the country left many positive marks in my memory. As the Egyptian kitchen, from the culinary point of view, wasn’t really made for me and my palate, one evening me and my family decided to taste a traditional Lebanese dinner –  the Lebanon is at least a neighbouring state of Egypt, so we expected a quite high level of authenticity. 569 more words


Chicken and iPap

From 2010-2012, my husband served a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in Cape Town, South Africa. While he was there, he learned to cook a dish called iPap (pronounced “ee-pop”, or just “pop” for short). 290 more words


Koftat Batatis (Potato Kofta)

When we used to visit my dad’s childhood home in Sudan, I’d carefully watch the way my aunts would make Koftat Batatis, completely intrigued by the time and effort they put in to make these tasty treats. 531 more words