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Let Mulu Fantu from Arhibu Ethiopian and Eritrean Restaurant kick start your weekend with a traditional Ethiopian Coffee Ceremony.

In this demonstration, Mulu will chat about her story and culture with Lisa McKay from Hutton & Hutton Inner East.

Find out more about Arhibu and Hutton & Hutton at their virtual stalls at The Marketplace.

 

 

Mulu Fantu has been in Queensland for 22 years, originally from Eritrea. 

Mulu owns Arhibu Restaurant in Moorooka, serving a varied menu of traditional Ethiopian flavours.

Arhibu means welcoming someone to a house with joyful expression, respect and acceptance.

Mulu would like people to know that Eritreans pride themselves on being hard working and resilient, and they show great social responsibility. Respect for elders and authority is deeply rooted. Food and music is an integral part of Eritrean culture.

 

REIMAGINE Virtual Events premieres these cooking demonstrations to an online audience as part of our Culture in the Kitchen program, featuring storytelling and events that enrich our understanding of the many people and cultures that call this place home.

An Ethiopian Coffee Ceremony with Arhibu premieres on YouTube and Facebook at 12pm on 7 November.  Subscribe to our YouTube channel for notifications or set a watch reminder through the video link below.

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07

NOVEMBER
12:00pm - 12:15pm
WHERE
Screening on YouTube and Facebook
CONTACT
Sarah Pember ·
5 RSVPS
Tina Ziebarth Lida Daliri Yesy caterine Sepulveda Margaret mchugh Harry Ting
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7-11-2020 12:00:00 7-11-2020 12:15:00 Australia/Brisbane Ethiopian Coffee Ceremony with Arhibu Let Mulu Fantu from Arhibu Ethiopian and Eritrean Restaurant kick start your weekend with a traditional Ethiopian Coffee Ceremony. In this demonstration, Mulu will chat about her story and culture with Lisa McKay from Hutton & Hutton Inner East. Find out more about Arhibu and Hutton & Hutton at their virtual stalls at The Marketplace.     Mulu Fantu has been in Queensland for 22 years, originally from Eritrea.  Mulu owns Arhibu Restaurant in Moorooka, serving a varied menu of traditional Ethiopian flavours. Arhibu means welcoming someone to a house with joyful expression, respect and acceptance. Mulu would like people to know that Eritreans pride themselves on being hard working and resilient, and they show great social responsibility. Respect for elders and authority is deeply rooted. Food and music is an integral part of Eritrean culture.   REIMAGINE Virtual Events premieres these cooking demonstrations to an online audience as part of our Culture in the Kitchen program, featuring storytelling and events that enrich our understanding of the many people and cultures that call this place home. An Ethiopian Coffee Ceremony with Arhibu premieres on YouTube and Facebook at 12pm on 7 November.  Subscribe to our YouTube channel for notifications or set a watch reminder through the video link below. Sarah Pember SarahP@multiculturalaustralia.org.au
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Tina Ziebarth
Lida Daliri
Yesy caterine Sepulveda
Margaret mchugh
Harry Ting

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