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From Ethiopia to Ithaca: a new ethnic cuisine comes to the Commons

The waitress swoops over with a plate of unidentified earthy-colored stews—called wot—spread atop a piece of flat, sour-like fermented pancake, and places it on the table. 582 more words

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Monthly Munchies | Ethiopian Food

As we said last month, this year we are going to try a new ethnic food every month. Last month it was Laotian, which we were already kind of familiar with. 403 more words




By Suzannah Schneider

In Ethiopia, the rich bread is used instead of silverware, and often substitutes as the tablecloth. For a traditional Ethiopian meal, diners sit on a low divan with a…

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Ethiopian Cuisine

Askale Cafe

I’m rather fond of Ethiopian food, and I have had my fair share of this East African cuisine since my arrival in this city 25 years ago for Grad School. 1,029 more words


A Recipe!

Sorry about the long wait between posts.  And that this post is going to be short and fairly lame.  But it’s snowing and I haven’t been to the grocery store in a while and wanted to make this recipe…but don’t have any chicken.   211 more words


Wonderful time in Addis

Sometimes its good to try something new,  to allow oneself to experience the cuisine of another culture.  Of this I encourage you to take the opportunity to do so. 456 more words


Yetsom Beyaynetu (Ethiopian Combination Platter)

What if living globally was more than just about the foods you eat?

Well, okay, we all know that it does mean much more. Living globally extends beyond the food you seek to wake up your palate and nourish your body. 1,672 more words

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