Taste of Eritrea: Key Wat, Gomen and Yemesir Wat

Monday, November 11, 2019 - 5:30pm to 7:30pm
Community Teaching Kitchen, South End Store

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Join us for an evening of Eritrean cooking! Together, we will be making three dishes popular in Eritrea and Ethiopia. Together, we will make a beef stew called Key Wat, spiced generously with berbere. Then we will make two vegetarian dishes, Gomen, a kale and tomato dish also made with onion, tomato, garlic and fresh ginger and Yemisir Wat (spicy lentils), a popular dish in Eritrea and Ethiopia made up of lentils, cooked with tomatoes, ginger and garlic. We will also have injera, a fermented flatbread made from teff and barley flours. This class will be taught by Mulu Tewelde, who came to Vermont from Eritrea in 2006 and enjoys sharing her knowledge and love of Eritrean and Ethiopian cooking. Together with her friend Alganesh Michael, Mulu cooks for Ethiopian Night at ArtsRiot once a month and caters for private events.

$10 City Market Members, $25 Non-Members