Experts figure that it is not only what we are eating that matters for our wellbeing but also how we eat. Ethiopia is one of the countries tend to emphasize eating as a social occasion and as a blessed time for relaxation or celebration to be enjoyed with loved ones. Ethiopia have a distinctly communal-style of eating. Enjera and wat (sauce) are laid out on large platters and groups crowd around to share from the same dish. Ethiopians eat with their hands, tearing off chucks of Enjera to pick up spoonsful of spicy stew. It is also customary for Ethiopians to feed each other in this way (presumably so companions can sample wat dishes that are out of reach on the other side of the platter).
Drop by the north side market of Fredericton every weekend and enjoy your favourite of Ethiopian dishes.