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Hole In The Wall

カリフォルニア州サンノゼ在のソフトウェアエンジニア。

Oakland Bloom

ちょっと見、オーランド・ブルームに空見したけどぜんぜん違うw。

オークランドで、難民・移民・低所得層で自分のレストランを持つ夢を持つシェフ起業家たちを支援する団体。

 Our mission is to advance economic equity in Oakland by providing educational training and hands-on support for aspiring chef entrepreneurs from refugee, immigrant, and low-income communities who seek to start their own food businesses. Oakland Bloom is dedicated to working within the community by collaborating with professional consultants, local nonprofits and businesses. Together, we aim to create programs that will lead to economic self-sufficiency and pathways to small business ownership. 

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 まあこれ自体、素晴らしい試みであるんだけれど、その中で目を引いたのがこのエリトリア出身の女性の料理。

 

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But this flatbread was not injera which is the large spongy crepe-like circles made primarily of teff flour that is a staple in Ethiopian and Eritrean meals.

Tebege featured a unique twist on another traditional flatbread that she calls anababiru, which is usually served in layers. Her dish featured smaller rounds upon which she spread awaze (spiced butter) and piled her doro tibs (spicy chicken) and misr wot (red lentil stew). She explained the significance of this “bread” to some of her customers, explaining that since it has a shorter rising time than injera, it was made every morning in her household and marked the start of the day.

 おお、インジェラ!と思ったらどうも違うらしい。インジェラは既出、自分でも何度か作ったけれど、これはインジェラじゃなくて"anababiru"という別のフラットブレッドらしい。これは食べてみたいかも。