Long-spouted copper pitcher and basin
A traditional part of the dining ritual in Ethiopia includes the ritual washing of hands – which are used to eat – before the meal. The hostess will carry the pitcher around the table and pour warm water over guests fingers into the pitcher.
A large, round spatula that is used to remove the injera from the pan in one piece. It is somewhat similar to a pizza paddle, except that it is round.
A large, black, circular, clay plate that the injera is cooked on. The mogogo is generally placed over an open fire. After the injera mix has been poured onto the mogogo (like a big pancake) it is then covered with a dome-shaped woven reed basket lid, to continue the cooking.