"I Love You," Say It with Gursha

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"I Love You," Say It with Gursha

Let's admit it; life can be consuming. We all get caught up in our busy day-to-day lives, and often the relationship with our romantic partners pays the price. When we forget to say those three magical words—I love you—with sincerity, our connection starts to fade, usually so slow that we don't even notice it. This Valentine's Day, try Gursha to express your love creatively.

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Selam Celebrates First Anniversary

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Selam Celebrates First Anniversary

Selam Ethiopian Kitchen hosted nights of masinko for its celebration of one year in business. The ceremony featured the D.C.-based artist Gizachew Habtemariam whose performance, coupled with Selam's good old traditional cooking, brought an evening of nostalgia to the Ethiopian diaspora.

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Passionate Cook becomes a Restauranteur in Chicago

Passionate Cook becomes a Restauranteur in Chicago

Solomon Abebe spent his childhood experimenting with food - meat recipes primarily. As a little boy, he paid close attention to his family’s cooking in Addis Ababa and perfected his craft over time.

In 1985, Solomon fled to Sudan where he, as a refugee, kick-started his cooking career in the Embassy of the United States of America.

Meet Selam, the Ethiopian Food Connoisseur

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Meet Selam, the Ethiopian Food Connoisseur

Selamawit “Selam” Abebe has always been passionate about cooking. When she was a little girl, she spent hours in the kitchen of her parent’s restaurant in Addis Ababa, making a mess but learning delicious traditional Ethiopian recipes. Today, she’s still the same little girl playing in the kitchen. She remains faithful to the Ethiopian traditions, flavors, and ingredients that are organic and sourced locally.

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