Akron lady to aspect loved ones Ethiopian dishes at NoHi Pop-up

Guest chef Nardos Street and her Bereka Kitchen will be featured this weekend at Akron's NoHi Pop-up.

Nardos Road understands her coffee.

Her Akron-based mostly enterprise Bereka Coffee has been all around since 2016.

She’s been roasting and providing espresso and trying to keep the custom of the Coffee Ceremony alive that she discovered as a young female though remaining lifted in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

Aside from honing her espresso techniques and rising a business enterprise, Road also has been discovering and reconnecting with Ethiopian dishes.

She’s been entertaining friends and family for years by serving espresso (of study course) and working to ideal these classic recipes from her childhood.

The Doro Wot Atikilt Chicken Vegetable menu item to be offered by Bereka Kitchen by guest chef Nardos Street this weekend at Akron's NoHi Pop-up.

“I grew up helping my mother preparing foods for our household,” she claimed. “Residing in a near household circle, I watched my mom and my grandmothers delivering heat scrumptious Ethiopian dishes from scratch each working day.”

Avenue said she grew up appreciating the price of a great residence-cooked meal —something that she tries to preserve alive given that transferring to Akron.

“I really like how selfmade foodstuff offers ease and comfort to people,” she mentioned. “Our conventional foods are made use of to fortify a feeling of group and fellowship. I bear in mind close friends in the neighborhood bringing foods to us when we lost a relatives member, when someone had a new child, or at occasions of sickness.”