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Making Happy Chinese New Year Dumplings
On January 31st, the Confucius Institute at Cleveland State University held the first workshop in the Chinese Culture Workshop Series; making dumplings to celebrate the approaching Chinese Spring Festival which will be held on February 16, 2018 and Chinese New Year Celebration which will be held on February 24, 2018.
Chinese cuisine enjoys worldwide prestige. Dumplings, are a traditional, mouth- watering comfort food, which make dumplings attractive to students on campuses and citizens around the world. See more on the Chinese Dumplings class.
Zeleke Belete, owner of the Ethiopian Restaurant Zoma in Cleveland Heights Ohio, told the ClevelandPeople.Com Food Adventurers that they had entered a Fork Free Zone and explained that Ethiopian food is eaten with the spongy injera bread instead of silverware.
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Did you know: Coffee was first discovered and used in Ethiopia?
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