Monday, May 12, 2008

Tajitu


The traditional setting is to eat out of a basket

It is considered a great gesture of friendship when an Ethiopian feeds his/her friend


All of the food is shared among the friends and family on one plate.
It was delicious!

11 comments:

joar andré said...

that food looks really good! i really like ethiopian food!! so, if i counted correct, robby will be there in two days, right?

Chopsticks on Oboe said...

Absolutely right Joar! Although, now that I am recalculating, I think it might be a little less! :)

Petraglyph said...

Awww Tee, what nice pictures! I hope I can turn out food that is half as tasty as what we enjoy at Tajitu's...

Paul said...

it was good food. many thanks to per and ali.

Kelsey said...

Hey Martina! Looks like a fun cultural experience. :)

Lisa said...

Looks yummy! I'll always hold fond memories of when you, your mom, Katie, and I ate at that great Ethopian restaurant in DC. Next time you come to FL we'll have to go to the one here in Orlando.

Lisa

Caitlin said...

! Hmmm... I wonder what people would do if I just randomly tried to feed them...

barry said...

Oh dear. What about germs

Little Christen said...

I'm glad you took pictures. Now I have a better idea of what Ethiopian food looks like--finally!

Joel said...

I'm sorry I missed the party, but only by a week or so. At least I got to taste some of that yummy injera and wot!

phoebs said...

That food looks delicious! I have had a little bit of Ethiopian food and it was delicious! I miss you, girl! How is your summer going? I'm leaving for Thailand in 5 days! That's a crazy/exciting/scary thought! I will be praying for you in Norway! When are you heading over there??? Keep in touch, girl. God bless!