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Went/Saw/Ate/Wrote

This one’s on me. I’m happy to share my latest article for Selamta, the in-flight magazine of Ethiopian Airlines. For this assignment, I spent an afternoon being led to and fed in lesser known/much loved restaurants around Addis Ababa (one of which had one of the best ceiling art I’d ever seen, see below), all in the name of journalism, courtesy of the good people at… 87 more words

Ethiopian Culture

GoJo Ethiopian Cuisine brings Africa to Grand Rapids

Small pot of Ethiopian coffee at GoJo Ethiopian Cuisine

Story by Yashowanto Ghosh, Staff Writer
Photo courtesy of Yashowanto Ghosh 

“There are three Ethiopian restaurants in Grand Rapids, MI.,” said Google. 774 more words

Culture

Abyssinian.

Selam!! That’s hello to you all in amharic, the language spoken in Ethiopia.

Ethiopian food is one of the most exciting cuisines in the world. Not only is the food extremely unique and extraordinarily flavorful, but the food culture that makes up Ethiopia is also something I found truly fascinating. 650 more words

Nom Nom

Recipe: Ethiopian Yellow Split Peas with Kale & Spicy Red Lentils

I’m not sure if I’ve said this already, but I really LOVE Ethiopian cuisine. Okay, maybe I did tell you in an earlier post , but I can’t express my crazy addicted love for it enough. 727 more words

Recipes

Ethiopian Cuisine: Vegetarian

FOOD HISTORY AND KITCHEN STAPLES

Ethiopian cuisine has a rich history. Though the country is geographically separated from most of Africa due to its mountain ranges and elevation, trade with the Middle East, Asia and the Mediterranean is what quintessentially helped to develop its cuisine. 248 more words

Brooklyn

Boiled Egg Stew (Ye'tekekele Enqulal Wet

Source: The Recipe of Love
Made: December 11, 2013
Yield: 8 servings
Time to make: 50 minutes.

There are several recipes in this book which feature the addition of hard-boiled eggs. 182 more words

Tomatoes

Spicy Ethiopian Red Lentil Stew

Adapted from Cooking Light May 2010

I was given a large stack of cooking magazines, which meant many new recipes to try out. That’s always exciting. 316 more words

Vegetarian