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Exotic spice blends, enticing sauces, "we't" and a highly nutritious flatbread, "injera", are the basis for Ethiopia's unique and delicious cuisine. In traditional settings, diners prepare for a meal by first washing their hands. They then sit around a large plate sent on "mesob", a colorfully woven basket table. Each dish is spooned onto injera which covers the bottom of the large plate. A separate plate of injera is served, as well. Injera is torn into pieces and then used to pickup morsels of food. A piece of injera is placed between the fingers, clasped together and used to pick up food and place it into one's mouth or a guest's.