Exploring the flavors of Ethiopian honey wine. It’s the Original Home Brew‎ | San Diego CityBEAT

If you thought you loved craft beer, just ask an Ethiopian about tej. A type of honey wine renowned for its spicy-sweetness and potency, the popular drink is as integral to Ethiopian culture as Stone IPA is to San Diego’s. But Ethiopians have been making tej a lot longer than…

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Whole family pitches in at Abyssianian bistro | San Diego Union Tribune

To say Muzita Abyssinian Bistro is a family affair is an understatement. “My mom runs the kitchen,” said Abel Woldemichael of his mother Letenegus Araya. “My wife and I run the restaurant — the day-to-day operations. We cook in the kitchen, too. If we want to change the menu,…

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At Muzita, the dining experience is easygoing, and the food easy to like | U-T San Diego

The gourmet ghetto along Park Boulevard — that international stretch of quality dining in the heart of University Heights — has a new prime-time date spot. My guess: Couples go to Muzita Abyssinian Bistro for its fresh, uncomplicated take on Ethiopian and Eritrean food — it balances out romantic…

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