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Feature stories

Teddy Afro: The story so far

 

Last Updated on Sunday, 12 January 2014 23:30
By Befekir Kebede
Friday, 31 August 2012 00:00

Teddy Afro

The latest major release from Teddy Afro is his 2012 album Tikur Sew and it was his first album release since he was freed from jail.

 

   

The story of Marcus Samuelsson

 

Thursday, 16 August 2012 00:00

Marcus Samuelsson

Yes, Chef

Born in Ethiopia to Ethiopian parents, he was adopted and raised in Sweden by a Swedish couple, trained as a chef in various countries around Europe, excelled as an award winning celebrity chef in the United States, hand-picked to cook for President Barack Obama as the President hosted the Indian Prime Minister at the White House, and capitalised on his reputation to open a fine dining restaurant in Harlem, New York, Marcus’ story is endlessly fascinating.

   

Girma Cheru tells his story

 

By Befekir Kebede
Monday, 04 June 2012 14:14

Girma CheruVeteran Ethiopian fitness enthusiast and trainer Girma Cheru talks about his aerobics early morning radio show that kept generations of Ethiopians fit and active.

 

   

Ethiopian recipe: Shiro Stew

 

Saturday, 11 February 2012 00:00

Shero Stew

Shiro Stew recipe

Shiro Stew is almost an integral part of every Ethiopian’s diet. Its main ingredient is pea flour. But in order for it to be authentic Ethiopian stew, it needs to be blended with some important Ethiopian spices and herbs like cardamom, bishops weed, black cumin, basil, garlic and ginger.  All of these herbs and spices should already be blended with the pea flour when you buy it, and so they are not included in the list of ingredients you need to cook this stew with.

   

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