In part two of our interview with Chef Elias, we hear about his exciting Ethio-fusion concepts and his vision for the future of Ethiopian cuisine.
Find Chef Elias on IG at @eliastad, @melange_dc and @moya_et_cuisine.
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French Waltz by Sam Bikov and Dream Big by Audiobinger (freemusicarchive.org)
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We LOVE food, who doesn’t? For habesha diaspora in particular, food makes up a major part of our culture and identity. Hence, we could not be happier to kick off our series of episodes on food with an interview with Chef Gueli. Gueli is a passionate vegan chef who’s made a big splash in the DC area and Atlanta. Her story is one about passion, hard work and determination. She left our mouths watering and our hearts inspired.
It’s been a little over a year since we started this podcast. In this interlude episode of sorts, we talk about our podcasting experience thus far, read some reviews, comments and thoughts people have sent us this past year, and talk a little about ourselves.
In the third installment of our interview series featuring intercultural and/or interracial couples, “Kidist” & “Dudley” take us through their fifteen year journey of love and friendship, and share their thoughts on the cultural similarities and differences between Jamaicans and Ethiopians.