Ethiopia

Andrew explores Ethiopia, an African country famous for its cuisine. But the food he eats is not on the menu at your neighborhood Ethiopian restaurant. Watch as he tastes a real Ethiopian delicacy -- raw meat.

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Addis Abeba Mercato

Andrew heads to the biggest market in Ethiopia's capital city of Addis Abeba to sample some of the local foods being offered. He picks up ibe (a sour cheese), unfiltered honey, dulet (raw meat) and tripe warmed in clarified butter.

Adis Abeba, Ethiopia

 
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Tiya Village

In the village of Tiya, Andrew eats bula fir fir (false banana plant paste with berbere spices), muq (porridge made with enset paste and butter), kocho (bread made from dried enset paste) and kitfo (raw meat sauteed quickly in butter and hot spices).

Tiya Village, Ethiopia

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