The Wandering Foodie, and join him for one of his 93 Plates. It also happened to be my first experience eating Ethiopian and I was very excited!
Hagan's post about our time there, he calls me out on not trying to suck out the bone marrow from the lamb bone. Yes, I have a problem with bone marrow. I know it's the new thing to eat, I know it's "where all the flavor is," but I have a mental hurdle blocking my bone marrow experiences. When I think of marrow, I think of red blood and stem cells, and the giving of life, and LIFE in general and how this was one not too long ago, and before I know it, I have omnivore guilt. I can't suck the life force out of dead bone no matter how delicious it is until I can rectify all of this in my head.
Full disclosure: This meal was comped by Zoma.
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