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Demera (St. Paul)

Here is only my second review of an Ethiopian restaurant in the Twin Cities. I reviewed Fasika last fall and had planned to get to more Ethiopian places before the year ended. 958 more words


A Taste of Ethiopia in San Francisco

One of the most wonderful things about San Francisco is that you can sample cuisines from literally all over the world. If you have an open mind, and a taste for adventure, you’ll find these foodie outings rather fascinating and even enlightening, in a way that a hamburger or a slice of pizza — no matter how good — could simply never be. 176 more words

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silky and luscious ... Ethiopian Spiced Collard Greens

When I started this exploration of the foods of recently maligned countries a few weeks ago, the only real familiarity I had with African foods were those from Ethiopia. 1,051 more words

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Gursha Ethiopian Restaurant

Ethiopian food is in my top three favorite foods of all time. I love Gojo’s, I love Little Africa, and yes, I love Gursha! 173 more words


Lentil and Potato Soup

Source: The Recipe of Love
Date: December 11, 2017
Yield: 8-10 servings
Time needed: 1 hour

This is truly a lovely soup, especially on a cold day. 258 more words


Three Princesses at Queen of Sheba

After an evening of shopping in the chaotic sales in Herald Square, my aunt, brother and I were tired and hungry. Shopping really builds up and appetite, or in my case anything builds up an appetite. 421 more words



Eating out at eateries can be a fun encounter for the entire family. Be that as it may, if you are sick of eating a similar old food from a similar old spots, you may have a go at stirring up your routine by going to an ethnic eatery. 362 more words

Ethiopian Traditional Food Los Angeles