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Zewditu (Zodi) Aboye (cq), owner of the ethiopian restaurant, Queen of Sheba at 7225 E. Colfax, at Quebec, on January 10, 2007, for World Plate food story, uses her hand and "enjera" (flat bread), to scoop "keye wat," or beef stew, from the platter of traditional meat and vegetarian stews (named "wat"). Diners eat the stews with their hand, scooping the food with the "enjera" (flat bread). Names of some of the foods are: doro wat (chicken stew), keye wat (beef stew), gomen (collard greens), yatakelt wat (cabbage, potato, and carrot stew), miser wat (yellow split pea stew), and enjera (the bread). (ELLEN JASKOL/ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS) *** Zewditu (Zodi) Aboye (cq), "enjera" (Zodi spells it that way, although the internet shows it also spelled injera). She also spelled the flat bread as "wott", but the internet only showed it spelled as "wat". i did not look up the other food spellings--i just got it from her menu.

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