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Queen of Sheba review

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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

Lesaac Ethiopian Cafe

Ethiopian cuisine poses a few challenges on different levels.  First, there is a plethora of restaurants serving this fare due to the influx of immigrants from that East African region resulting in a boom of restaurants beginning from the 1980’s.   1,085 more words


Primary Flavor Principles for Ethiopian Cuisine

Ethiopian dishes are layered with flavor. The dishes usually have a mild spice to them – the heat coming from one of their favorite spice blends (berbere) which has a soft heat. 30 more words

Ethiopian Cuisine

Common Cooking Methods of Ethiopian Food

There are many ways to cook food. Most Ethiopians cook the excess fat off of their meat. They are also very partial to spicy meat dishes and vegetable stews. 78 more words

Ethiopian Cuisine

Ethiopian Cuisine and Traditions

A very important part of how food is prepared or what type of food is eaten is the geographic location. Ethiopia is a medium sized country in Africa. 44 more words

Ethiopian Cuisine