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June 22, 2013


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My husband was born in Ethiopia (parents military) so as a naturized citizen he still has citizenship there (caused a lot of confusion and concern after 9/11 by some one rechecking his secret clearance) . I have never eaten Ethiopian food. I don't believe suc a restaurant exists in southern NM.


Possibly not. I think you need two things: Ethiopians and access to ingredients. NYC apparently has some pretty fab Ethiopian restaurants, and I would imagine other major metro cities where there are immigrant populations would, too. Do you travel for work at all? I can say quite seriously that I would research well regarded Ethiopian restaurants and find one, particularly given your husband's history. Also, have you read Cutting for Stone, which is set in Ethiopian? The food descriptions in the book are rather good.

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