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EVENT 2 - Ethiopian and Eritrean  Food & Wine

October 6, 2021 - 7:00 PM


If you have been lucky enough to dine at Abyssinia Calgary, then you already know we're in for an experience at this tasting! 


While I was looking for a simple pairing, the team at Abyssinia YYZ insisted on putting Doro Wat on the menu for this event. Doro Wat has got to be one of the most time consuming, BUT ridiculously delicious dishes one can make. Of course there will be other things to eat, but can we just take a moment to revel in the fact that Doro Wat will be served!

Abyssinia Restaurant is in midtown Toronto and serves delectable food from the unique and ancient traditional cuisine of Ethiopia and Eritrea. As we know, Ethiopian food is a delightful experience with tons of veggie and meat options. This will be a fun night!

Join us on October 6, 2021 to be a part of this one of a kind tasting experience.  Abyssinia YYZ, 2038 Yonge St, Toronto, ON, M4S 1Z9

About Fall Into Spice


The team behind Fall Into Spice are individuals from the African-Caribbean and Latin Diaspora. Our passion is wine, and our heart is in spreading that love of wine to our respective communities. 


This fall, we’re bringing four culinary food and wine events to Toronto that will give the community a chance to see how tropical cuisine and wine can be a match made in heaven.


5-course meals paired with wines!

INCLUDED IN THIS SERIES (September - October 2021)

Tasting Event 1 - Caribbean - Trinidadian Fusion

Tasting Event 2 - East African - Ethiopian

Tasting Event 3 - Latin American - Mexican

Tasting Event 4 - Caribbean - Cajun Fusion


Five flavourful dishes that describe, through taste, a sense of place. Imagine, through one glass of wine and one bite, we’re going to bring two distinct places and cultures together!


This will be a one-of-a-kind culinary event for Toronto as we focus on both food and wine flavour combining the spices we love with wines we love.

What is wine, if not something to be shared with a community over food, merriment, and togetherness? 

This is done in support of cognitive diversity in wine. 

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