Article: “You won’t need utensils to dig into Ethiopian food” (Jun.2006)

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excerpt:
“In some restaurants, it’s OK to share a plate of food and eat with your fingers.

It’s the tradition you’ll experience when you go out for Ethiopian food, where meals are served on a communal platter and food is scooped up with bits of injera, a delicious, spongy flatbread.

Ethiopian food includes tastes and aromas we don’t typically encounter. But if you’re willing to venture out of your comfort zone and try something new, you’ll find some of the best-tasting and most healthful foods you’ll ever eat.”

source: “You won’t need utensils to dig into Ethiopian food” by Suzanne Havala Hobbs (Charlotte Observer,Jun.22,2006)

Related:
“First Time Eating…Ethiopian Food” (Food Virgin)

“Washington Is a Center for Ethiopian Cooking and Culture. Here’s How to Find the Area’s Best Ethiopian Restaurants” (The Washingtonian, 2002)

Ethiopian Cuisine (Senior Spin)

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