Feening for some tibs and kitfo? Wanna learn new recipes to impress your habesha friends? Well, look no further! We’ve compiled a list of the top 5 Ethiopian foodies you need and should follow right now! From colourful food shots to dope recipes, these accounts will no doubt be a nice change in your feed!
From Shanghai to Hong Kong, Eat Ethio provides a modern and unique insight into Ethiopian culture, food, and history.
This foodie is on a mission: ‘to rediscover life one meal at time’. Mission accomplished, ‘cause her pictures will have your mouth water in a second!
A vegan restaurant and catering company located in LA, this page exemplifies what Ethiopian food is all about: bringing families and friends together.
Hagere, which means ‘my home country’ in Amharic, takes you on a journey, as he explores and blurs the culinary boundaries between his two homes: D.C. and Ethiopia.
Last but definitely not least, Eden is the founder of Black Foodie, a platform that explores food and culture through a black lens. A true foodie, you can constantly find her on the move, on the hunt of new flavors. From Montreal to Atlanta, she’s always reppin her roots and where she’s from.
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There's nothing better than seeing that #Blackfoodie has made it to the motherland 😍❤️ Here's DC Blackfoodie ambassador @sessamina_ Eating some amazing Injera straight from the source 🌍 in Ethiopia! 😋 She's rocking our Tibs, kitfo shirts ofcourse!! 👌🏾 Check out the shop section if you want one too! And the recipes on Blackfoodie if you want to learn😋🙋🏽 how to cook it! #blackfoodie #injeraandchill #ethiopianfood