Denver's Taste of Ethiopia will have a richer flavor this year – The Denver Post

by Zelalem

Colorado’s Taste of Ethiopia will be more flavorful — both in food and culture — than its previous three celebrations.

The fourth annual festival is set for 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday at Parkfield Lake, 15555 East 53rd Ave. in Denver.

Besides an array of food, including more gluten-free and vegan options this year, the festival is expected to feature 17 professional Ethiopian folk music performers who will travel to Denver. They will play only traditional Ethiopian instruments.

During the festival, 15 Ethiopian immigrants will become U.S. citizens in a 2 p.m. naturalization ceremony.

The injera, an Ethiopian flat bread, is set underneath a variety of traditional Ethiopian foods as Ethiopian families gather at a home in Aurora for a meal on Tuesday July 28, 2015.
The injera, an Ethiopian flat bread, is set underneath a variety of traditional Ethiopian foods as Ethiopian families gather at a home in Aurora for a meal on Tuesday July 28, 2015.

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