I metro’d up to Columbia Heights, and my friend and I walked over to Adams Morgan, a really fun neighborhood in DC. Our intention was, of course, more delicious Ethiopian food! Gotta get all that I can while I’m here since it won’t be around when I head back home, or to England!
There are some gorgeous cathedrals along the walk to Adams Morgan, and I LOVE cathedrals. So much.
We entered to beautiful décor! Cue Meskerem.
It was so delicious that I didn’t get a picture until the end! I had the Special Tibbs (cubes of choice lean beef, sauteed in special, spicy sauce), and my friend had Sigana Atkilt (lamb meat with string beans, carrots and potatoes in a mild sauce)… with lots of injera (spongy, sourdough-tasting bread), of course! You can see that bread lining the bowl, still.
How cool is this bowl table, though?!
After discovering the only Target in the city, I meandered about, picked up some apples, sandwich thins and a cardigan ($7, originally $30!), then finally ventured home.
At 6:30, my stomach growled again.
I whipped up a turkey burger, avocado, over-easy egg, a piece of my homemade bread and a monstrous amount of green beans with cayenne, salt and pepper. Delish!
Had a frozen ‘nana with raspberries, and then snuck some peanut butter and chocolate chips after… whoooops.
Only in my lovely bricked apartment for 2 more weeks before Ohio calls! Embracing my DC time!