This Ethiopian dish of raw, sometimes spiced, meat comes with a specialized cutting ritual.

Cutting the meat at an Ethiopian wedding.
Photo: Hailemariam Segewokal Asrat/Courtesy: Abi Photography © 2018 All Rights Res.

The Ethiopian dish known as tere siga offers exactly what it promises. Translating to “raw meat,” the meal consists of thick strips of just that: raw meat, usually cut off a hanging carcass (most often, a cow), served with a fiery spice blend (mitmita) and a small bowl of a runny, spicy…

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