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I hope this blog will be helpful to you in your adoption whether you are considering, waiting or home. I started this blog when we were adopting and found there was next to nothing on the web in any orderly manner. I set about to collect information for myself and then for others. Now, there are more sites for resources, but still not much that brings it all together. I hope this blog will serve as a sort of clearing house for Ethiopian Adoption Information. Please feel free to contribute your knowledge through commenting.
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Tuesday, June 29, 2010

DENVER area Ethiopian food take out availabe at Queen of Sheba

Chaltu from Queen of Sheba Ethiopian restaurant in Denver, CO contacted me as to ways to serve the adoptive families in the area. They are providing a wonderful service right away, here is the note about it!

Also, one of the first solutions that I am able to begin providing right away for families are prepared Ethiopian dishes that are packaged to take home in larger quantities so that you can have Ethiopian food without having to dine in at a restaurant. Right now these dishes are provided in 32 oz. containers unless a larger quantity is requested. The dishes that are currently being offered are as follows:
  1. Doro Wott (Spicy or Mild) - Chicken drumsticks or breasts seasoned in a medium spicy or mild sauce. Served with hard boiled eggs.
  2. Keye Yesiga Wott - Tender beef served in a medium spicy sauce with special seasonings.
  3. Yesiga Alecha - Same as #2 but in a mild sauce with special seasonings.
  4. Yebeg Wott (Spicy or Mild)  - Lamb served with an herbal seasoning of sauce with spices.
  5. Yatakelt Wott - Simmered mix of cabbage, potatoes, & carrots with special seasonings.
  6. Gomen - Cut mixed greens cooked only with a special blend of spices.
  7. Misser - Split red lentil stew cooked cooked in a medium spicy sauce with special seasonings.
  8. Atar Wott - Yellow or green split peas cooked in a mild sauce.
  9. Timatim Fitfit - Fresh Tomatoes diced with onions, jalepeno pepper, and herbal seasonings mixed with injera bread. Served cold.
  10. Azifa - Whole lentil salad mixed with onions, jalepno pepper, and herbal seasonings. Served cold.
If you have questions please feel free to call me at the Queen of Sheba restaurant at 303-399-9442.
Chaltu Kelly

So, go order up some yummy food and take it home for your celebration, guests or family dinner. Yum!

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