When she opened her Ethiopian restaurant Addis NOLA last spring, Biruk Alemayehu said that eating the food of her homeland means ‘not only having a relationship with it, but also deepening the relationship between those you are dining with.’ You eat with your hands, tearing off pieces of injera bread to be used as edible utensils, making a connection with the food, and typically several dishes are served on the same plate so you are exercising a tradition built on sharing, trust, and love. That is what Addis NOLA is bringing to the edge of mid-city, and this is what we all need now more than ever.
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