No disrespect to all the Ethiopian restaurateurs in town, but injera and wot only goes so far, and after eating my way across East Africa, I can tell you that a Maasai (yes, that’s how they spell it themselves) meat camp restaurant would do well in Minnesota.
A meat camp is a weeklong Maasai getaway where the young warriors learn spear throwing, fire building, and meat butchery from the elders. On the first day, you build the camp in the jungle, including your protective shelter from the lions, hyenas, and cheetahs, and then you kill a goat, a sheep, and a cow and start roasting. You drink a bowl of broth made with local herbs to increase your appetite, and you string out all the primal cuts on green wood and slowly roast by an open fire, eating as you go. I think that concept would do well here.
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