teff flour when I was in Cleveland this week, but it's almost 8 bux for a wee sack. That just seemed wrong. I'll look online and see if I can find something better. If all else fails, I'll be in Chicago for a few days soon, maybe I can bring both back then.
This platter is from last year's hoo-haw. It's lined with the injera (fermented teff bread) and topped with wot (stews): doro wot (a spicy fake chicken stew in a tomato and red wine based sauce), red lentils, gingered vegetables (cabbage, carrots, potatoes and green beans), yellow split peas, collard greens and salad. Many of these recipes are listed on pakupaku, but the recipes are horribly outdated and I've somehow never managed to write down how I make the vegetables and the doro wot.
Lots of you have already seen the infamous Ethiopian Dinner Party Dance, but for those that have somehow missed out, here's Curtis and I giving you the moves. It's filmed and narrated by my friend Eve Troeh, who just moved from New Orleans. You should listen to some of her pieces on Public Radio. She is the hott.