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How We Ended Up Here

Why do we love Ethiopia so much and how did we end up here? AddisEats co-founder, Eliza Richman, was raised by her beloved Ethiopian nanny for 18 years in Washington, DC. 488 more words

Addis Ababa

Ethopian jewel in Norwood

Perfectly named, Queen Sheba, is a haven of authentic Ethiopian cuisine, best enjoyed with company.  I experienced a suprise treat of this amazing place once more and I’m more impressed than before. 55 more words

Travel

Zighni and other culinary longings for home

Today I have decided to make Zighni, an Ethiopian dish that my mother regularly made, as do many Sudanese mothers I know. Lately I have been pining for home (Dubai) and anything Sudanese. 983 more words

Egypt & Other Adventures

June 13th/Day 44: Let The Days Begin

I love the days at work when it feels like you accomplished a lot but didn’t really do much work at all. The best.

2 visits to Nazareth within 40 days? 21 more words

Project 365

Street Markets and Cycling in Amsterdam

On my way to the Albert Cuyp Market, I took a detour through Vondelpark, which was pretty quiet at about 9:30 a.m., save for the Serious Joggers and a few cyclists. 692 more words

Where I've Been

Doro Wot (Red Chicken Stew)

Measurements and Ingredients (serving for 10)

5-8  pounds of chicken drumsticks and thighs skinned and cleaned
8    large onions fine chopped
2    cup of vegetable oil… 347 more words

Ethiopian Cooking

#Tasteofmanylands2015 Ethiopian Cuisine

One of my fun activities for this year is what I am calling #Tasteofmanylands2015, my culinary journey through restaurants representing the many nations calling South Africa home. 593 more words

2015 Blogging Journey