How to Cook Ethiopian Food Global Kitchen at Me...
Ebru.tv video of the Global Kitchen show at Mesob Ethiopian Restaurant, filming as Berekti Mengistu, co-owner, prepares bunna (coffee) & keeta, tikil gomen (cabbage & potatoes), lega tibs (lamb) and ingudai tibs
Ethiopian Comedy Mele Vs Menge Enka Selamta
Ethiopian Food at its finest
Authentic Ethiopian Cuisine
227 Church Street.
Toronto, ON M5B 1Y7
Video: Unigirl Canada
Video Editing: GB Film Entertainment Production Corp. - www.goodbrothers.yolasite.com
Unigirl model Melissa H. shows us what Ethiopian food is like. Ethiopiques is an Ethiopian restaurant located on Dundas and Church Street in Toronto, Canada. This is our eighth episode to the Campus Cuisine series.
Mesob Ethiopian Restaurant on ABCNews Neighborh...
WABC Neighborhood Eats with Lauren Glassberg visited Mesob Ethiopian Restaurant in Montclair NJ. Lauren even got a "gorsha"!
At the end, Lee Goldberg digs into our homemade Flourless Chocolate Espresso Torte, with roasted organic Ethiopian Coffee beans.
Ethiopian New Year Celebration 2002 San Francis...
by: Zee SunsetVideoProduction
Ethiopians and friends of Ethiopia get together every year to celebrate Ethiopian New Year in the San Francisco Bay Area. This video is recorded on the 2002 new year celebration in San Jose California.
by: Age Posthumus
A journey through the south of Ethiopia.
Menelik Ethiopian Restaurant,London N1 3EF
''... Where else can you arrive with 6 people, be treated like best friends, get served amazingly delicious and interesting food, hear great live music, drink yourself under the table and pay £40 for everyone.
I'm not even sure I should be sharing this wonderful news because it might spoil it.
Newly decorated upstairs restaurant section with low tables and carved wooden seats also normal seating available. secret bar downstairs, very cosy, lined with seating but space to dance in the middle when things kick off at about 4am.
How it comes
Ethiopian food is really interesting. You get this massive plate of 'injera' bread, like a kind of sourdough pancake, but huge. Then if you order well, you get a series of spicy, meaty and incredably flavoursome curries which are tipped over the bread. Eat with your right hand (and wash it first!). Probably best to go with people who aren't big fat pigs because they'll munch it all before you get a chance.
What to order
Every time I've been I've ordered this, or a combination. The only time I deviated I got a big plate of raw beef, so be warned.
Doro-Watte - A piece of chicken in a rich runny curry sauce with a boiled egg. Very nice and drippy. Not hot.
Derek Tibs - dried cubes of lamb, baked with chilli. Hot if you eat the chilli. Absolutely delicious.
Ye-Tsome-Beye-Aynetu - A selection of hot and cold salads. Red lentil paste, Green lentil paste (both delicious), A gorgeous bean salad and some other stuff. A large dish and nice on it's own if you're a veggie. Spinach salad too.
Ricotta cheese and Spinach - good if you're not ordering Ye-Tsome-Beye but want something to break up the meat
Ethiopian Coffee - you get this incredible ceremony where they roast the beans and shake them under your noses.
Honey Wine - sometimes you can get this amazing homebrewed honey wine (free... it's not exactly legit) but you have to engratiate yourself I suppose. In any case, it's delicious.
On Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays there's live music. The place is totally quiet until about 2am when it *really* kicks off. There's this guy who plays the double decker synth and does some amazing cheezy classics (the entire repertoir of Lionel Ritchie for example) and then later on starts doing this mad ethiopian synth-pop. Then there's usually a brilliant singer who scats over the top in Amharic. Not to be missed. You may need to learn this kind of shoulder popping dance... difficult to describe but it's kind of like chickens sizing up to each other for a peck fight. You'll see.
Equidistant on Caledonian Road between Kings X and Caledonian Road station. 5 mins from either. On the left if you're coming from Kings X, on the right if you're coming from Cally Rd. station. It's got a big green illuminated sign. ..."
Funmi and Friends the Food of Juneteenth Part 3...
by: Michael Emery
Taste of Ethiopia provides an authentic Ethiopian dining experience and highlights the national dish, doro wat, for special occasions like Juneteenth. For more information about Taste of Ethiopia in Pflugerville, Texas, visit www.tasteofethiopiaaustin.com.
For more information about Funmi and Friends, visit www.funmiandfriends.com.
This package appeared on JUNETEENTH JAMBOREE 2011, which is a KLRU-TV production that embraces the concept of African American emancipation and the histories that derived from that moment. See more of JUNETEENTH JAMBOREE at www.klru.org/juneteenth.
Traditional Ethiopian food Adigrat 2010
Injera What You Will Need
by: Avery Moore
Go to burakaeyae.blogspot.com for detailed written instructions on making injera start to finish. This is the real thing, as taught to me by an Ethiopian woman.