Rosalind's Ethiopian Cuisine Coupons and Deals
Ethiopian cuisine is traditionally served in a woven mesob, which keeps the meal warm until it's dinnertime or the meal learns how to use scissors. Enjoy Ethiopian eats with this Groupon. Choose from Three Options $10 for $20 worth of Ethiopian cuisine and drinks for lunch $20 for $40 worth of Ethiopian cuisine and drinks for dinner for two $40 for $80 worth of Ethiopian cuisine and drinks for dinner for four Adulus special tibs, a specialty of the house that features tender beef cooked with onion, jalapeño, and garlic ($16.95), cohabits the menu with the fish tibs' whole fried ...
Perhaps you won't ever make it Addis Ababa, but Rosalind's Ethiopian Cuisine "soaks up all the color and nuance of a very Ethiopian block like a great piece of spongy injera, Ethiopia's national bread," according to LA Weekly. • $15 for $30 to spend on food and drink • Try an order of sambussas, triangular shells stuffed with beef or lentils • Carry on to yedoro wot, a rich and spicy chicken stew • Groove to the live Ethiopian-style music on Friday and Saturday evenings Want more? Check out Rosalind's Ethiopian Cuisine on Facebook.
After the charms of other standard ethnic cuisines have been exhausted, Ethiopian food is the perfect way to reset your palate’s compass and start anew. Stop by Rosalind’s Ethiopian Cuisine for fresh ingredients, savory spices, fun-to-say food names, and that yummy bread called injera used for serving — what’s not to love? From the Yesiga Zilzil Tibs (sautéed beef strips) and the Yedoro Wot (stewed spicy chicken in pepper sauce) to the gingery Split-Pea Alitcha and collard greens, it will all be finger-licking, but you can eat it with a fork (or just use your bread). With today’s dippable kgbdeal, you’ll receive $30 worth of eats and alcohol for just $15. Delicious! Oh, and this voucher holds a $15 value after its expiration. Use before October 4 and apply toward $30 of your bill; use after October 4 and apply toward $15 of your bill.Reviews: Rosalind’s Ethiopian Cuisine has a 3.5-star rating on Yelp and 127 reviews: “Wow, oh wow, this place was tasty… Portions were huge, so you won't walk away hungry.” –Sean S. on 7/15/09
Perhaps you have selected one of our specialties and would now like to know the correct manner for eating this dish. In USA you will often be confronted with the opinion that only primitive peoples with no gastronomy eat with their fingers. However, this argument is distorted for we know very well that Europeans eat with their fingers where certain foods are concerned (e.g. poultry).One could theorize that in times gone by insufficient hygiene or inadequate washing facilities promoted the use of table cutlery. Young children still provide us with funny demonstrations of this - especially when they simply refuse to concede to the need to wash their hands, as they feel the use of cutlery prevents them from coming into direct contact with their food.Naturally, the food consistency plays a major role when eating. In this regard, there is a unique eating tradition for Ethiopian dishes. Those who want to share a meal in the traditional way of eating the food from a large plate is expected to wash their hands; this is always carried out prior to mealtime.The "Enjera" pancake is eaten cold and virtually replaces the spoon or the fork. A piece, the size of the palm of your hand is broken off by hand and used to grasp small amount of the "wot" sauce. The "Enjera" is intended as a utensil for your food, allowing you to eat in sizeable portions. A calm and concentrated approach will let you master these skills and you will succeed in forming bite-size portions which won't come apart when bringing them to your mouth. The pancake can be molded using your fingers until it has absorbed enough sauce to let the more solid food cling to it, forming the shape of a ball.Fingers should not come into contact with your mouth when putting the formed morsel into it. Moreover, it is considered as very bad manners if someone licks their fingers- a habit you can often watch at typical snack bars.
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