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Ethiopian Queen of Sheba Restaurant


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In Ethiopian Queen of Sheba Restaurant-Ethiopian Yellow Pages– Experience the flavors of Ethiopia. You will be tempted by the fragrance and seasonings, the textures, and by the warm hospitality of our staff. Ethiopian food is an adventure for your senses.

Ethiopian Cuisine
Ethiopian cuisine characteristically consists of spicy vegetable and meat dishes, served on top of injera, a large sourdough “pancake” made out of fermented teff flour. Ethiopians eat with their right hands, using pieces of injera to pick up bites of entrees and side dishes. No utensils are used.

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Traditional Ethiopian cuisine does not include pork. There are a number of vegetarian dishes, because the Ethiopian Orthodox Church prescribes fasting periods on Wednesdays, Fridays, and the period of Lent. This has also led Ethiopian cooks to develop a rich array of cooking oil sources: besides Sesame and safflower, Ethiopian cuisine also uses nug (also spelled noog, known also as niger seed). Ethiopian restaurants are a popular choice for vegetarians living in Western countries.

Ethiopian cuisine is also known for its spiciness. A publication of the Ethiopian Ministry of Education listed a number of spices grown in Ethiopia in 1954, which include fenugreek, cumin, basil, coriander, ginger, saffron, mustard, cardamom, “Red pepper” (Capsicum annuum) and thyme.

Queen of Sheba

Makeba, the Queen of Sheba, was known for her beauty, intelligence, resourcefulness and understanding. She sought after truth and wisdom:

“I desire wisdom and my heart seeketh to find understanding. I am smitten with the love of wisdom…. for wisdom is far better than treasure of gold and silver… It is sweeter than honey, and it maketh one to rejoice more than wine, and it illumineth more than the sun…. It is a source of joy for the heart, and a bright and shining light for the eyes, and a giver of speed to the feet, and a shield for the breast, and a helmet for the head… It makes the ears to hear and hearts to understand.”

“…And as for a kingdom, it cannot stand without wisdom, and riches cannot be preserved without wisdom…. He who heapeth up gold and silver doeth so to no profit without wisdom, but he who heapeth up wisdom – no man can filch it from his heart… I will follow the footprints of wisdom and she shall protect me forever. I will seek asylum with her, and she shall be unto me power and strength.”

“Let us seek her, and we shall find her; let us love her, and she will not withdraw herself from us, let us pursue her, and we shall overtake her; let us ask, and we shall receive; and let us turn our hearts to her so that we may never forget her.”(Budge, Sir Ernest A. Wallis, translator, THE QUEEN OF SHEBA AND HER ONLY SUN MENYELEK, (THE KEBRA NEGAST), Oxford University Press, London, 1932, chapter 24.)

According to Ethiopian ideas, the son of the Queen of Sheba and King Solomon is kin to Christ and therefore divine. He is believed to have brought the Ark of the Covenant to Ethiopia.

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