Here's a recently announced free, late night, Ethiopian cookery demonstration that is available to watch via Zoom from the USA:
Wednesday 9 December, 23:00 GMT - Good For Your Soul: A Cooking Show organised by Langston Hughes Library
In the first of three Celebrate Kwanzaa cooking events join Chef Travis as he cooks Wots including Atakilt (potatoes and cabbage in a ginger turmeric sauce) and Zilzil Tibs (sizzling beef strips in a sweet chili sauce)
And don't forget, you can learn how to make injera via another late night Zoom demonstration from the USA (time was incorrect in the last listing):
Thursday 17 December, 00:00-01:30 GMT - Virtual Class - Ethiopian Cooking: Make Your Own Injera by Mississippi Market Co-op
Registered participants will be emailed the recipe along with details to join the virtual class via Zoom the day before the class and again as a reminder 1 hour before class begins. After the class, participants will also receive a link to the class recording for future reference.
Injera is a fundamental component of any Ethiopian or Eritrean meal. Injera is a flatbread with a slightly spongy texture that is made from teff; an ancient grain that is packed with protein, fiber and nutrients. In this class, you’ll learn the multistage (but still amazingly simple) process for making this delicious and nutritious sourdough flatbread at home.
For this class, you'll just need a computer or phone to connect to Zoom and a notepad and something to write with if you'd like to take notes.
Instructor: Mimi Selam