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  • Ethiopian Dinner

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    A Taste of Ethiopia

    December 11 | 6:00pm | $75

     

    Guest chefs, Rahel Fikre-Selassie and Adrian Perez join Chef Carrie to create an authentic Ethiopian experience paired with wine and concluding with a traditional coffee ceremony. 

     

    Menu Draft

    (wines will be added soon!)

    First Bites

    Gored Gored 

    Beef tartare with nitre kibbeh (spiced butter), cardamom, salt and mitmita (chile powder) and house-made cottage cheese. Served with Injera, Ethiopian flatbread.

    Cod Sambusa

    Baked cod with jalapeno, onion, tomato, spices and béchamel in a crunchy tef and wheat pastry.

    Two

    Misir Wot

    Red lentils simmered in berbere sauce and vegetable broth served with Timatim Fitfit: Ethiopian bread salad, served cold with tomatoes, red onion, garlic, jalapeno tossed in a zesty vinaigrette. Served with Injera.

    Three

    Yebeg Alicha

    A mildly spicy dish of braised lamb slow cooked in turmeric, garlic and ginger. served with Gomen: wilted dinosaur kale sautéed with onions, fresh tomatoes, jalapeno, garlic and ginger in olive oil. Served with Injera.

    Four

    Doro Wott

    A traditional festive dish slow cooked chicken in spicy berbere sauce with ginger, garlic, cardamom and hard boiled eggs. Served with Atakilt Alicha: cabaage and carrots in vegetable broth and tumeric, garlic and ginger. Served with Injera.

    Five

    Plum Cake & Cardamom Gelato

    Coffee Ceremony

    Ethiopia's coffee ceremony is an integral part of their social and cultural life. An invitation to attend a coffee ceremony is considered a mark of friendship or respect and is an excellent example of Ethiopian hospitality. Performing the ceremony is almost obligatory in the presence of a visitor, whatever the time of day.

     For reservations, please email us at reserve(AT)farmandtablenm.com or call 505-503-7124

     

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Ethiopian Dinner Featured

ethiopian spices herbs blog recipes injera

A Taste of Ethiopia

December 11 | 6:00pm | $75

 

Guest chefs, Rahel Fikre-Selassie and Adrian Perez join Chef Carrie to create an authentic Ethiopian experience paired with wine and concluding with a traditional coffee ceremony. 

 

Menu Draft

(wines will be added soon!)

First Bites

Gored Gored 

Beef tartare with nitre kibbeh (spiced butter), cardamom, salt and mitmita (chile powder) and house-made cottage cheese. Served with Injera, Ethiopian flatbread.

Cod Sambusa

Baked cod with jalapeno, onion, tomato, spices and béchamel in a crunchy tef and wheat pastry.

Two

Misir Wot

Red lentils simmered in berbere sauce and vegetable broth served with Timatim Fitfit: Ethiopian bread salad, served cold with tomatoes, red onion, garlic, jalapeno tossed in a zesty vinaigrette. Served with Injera.

Three

Yebeg Alicha

A mildly spicy dish of braised lamb slow cooked in turmeric, garlic and ginger. served with Gomen: wilted dinosaur kale sautéed with onions, fresh tomatoes, jalapeno, garlic and ginger in olive oil. Served with Injera.

Four

Doro Wott

A traditional festive dish slow cooked chicken in spicy berbere sauce with ginger, garlic, cardamom and hard boiled eggs. Served with Atakilt Alicha: cabaage and carrots in vegetable broth and tumeric, garlic and ginger. Served with Injera.

Five

Plum Cake & Cardamom Gelato

Coffee Ceremony

Ethiopia's coffee ceremony is an integral part of their social and cultural life. An invitation to attend a coffee ceremony is considered a mark of friendship or respect and is an excellent example of Ethiopian hospitality. Performing the ceremony is almost obligatory in the presence of a visitor, whatever the time of day.

 For reservations, please email us at reserve(AT)farmandtablenm.com or call 505-503-7124

 

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