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Recent Eats....Still Adjusting To Our New Way Of Eating- Artificial Sweetener Free

If you recall back in May of this year we changed up our diets completely free of artificial sweeteners to hopefully help with some of the issues my husband was experiencing with his health. 801 more words


what's to eat #39

Yesterday morning I tried a new dish in Hargeisa, for the first time in a long while. As my colleagues sat in the office dining room, ready to tuck into a ruby-colored plate — a second breakfast, naturally — I asked them to hold off, … 155 more words

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All about Ethiopian Cuisine

The taste of the food depends on the consumer and its flavor changes from people to people. Where some people like spicy food then, on the other hand, some prefers healthy and light food. 305 more words

Ethiopian Cuisine

Abyssinian: Taste of Ethiopia in Chennai

After trying my hand at most Japanese restaurants, I was wondering if I should try something else like say Ethiopian. That was the conclusion I came to after an impromptu lunch date with a foodie friend of mine. 713 more words


Queen of Sheba review

Good Evening my tried and true intrepidarians! Bienvenues a  Intrepid Venture! Bienvenidos a mi blog!

I like to try some of the local cuisine wherever I go. 309 more words


Meal Times in Ethiopia

There are no specific meal times in Ethiopia unless it is during Wednesday or Friday – when they fast during the day – or during the two months before Easter. 39 more words

Ethiopian Cuisine

Common dishes

Wat – A savory stew like dish.

Injera – a soft, but solid spongy bread.

Tibs – sauteed meat and vegetables.

Kinche – the equivalent of oatmeal.

Tej – a potent honey wine.

Ethiopian Cuisine