A mouth watering lunch


It’s a fasting day which means Christians don’t eat animal products.  So some restaurants are serving bayanetu – which means ‘many kinds’ We’ve ordered two, so the large injera, a foot or so on diameter are placed on the dish and sll the different kinds of lentil and chick pea and vegetables they have are put in little piles over the injera.  It’s hard to find a restaurant with s good bayenetu, and this was the best yet.  We eat it by tearing off bitd of onjera and dipping these in the sauces.  Delicious!

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