By Marcus Samuelsson | July 25, 2014

Photo by Sudhamshu

Photo by Sudhamshu

This condiment is for those who like things hotter than hot. It uses essential Ethiopian Berbere to create a ketchup-style condiment that can be used to blow up the spiciness of any dish. You can use this recipe to make your own Berbere for the awase, or simply substitute it with a mild chili powder. This recipe is from The Soul of a New Cuisine.


Papaya Ketchup Recipe

By Marcus Samuelsson | February 1, 2011

Photo: janineomg

With any resolution, it’s not uncommon to find January’s promises dissipated one month later.  If your new year’s resolution was to throw away less food, you might be lagging now that February has arrived.  However, there’s no reason to abandon your goal to waste less food.   Read More

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