"What's for dinner?" It's the age-old question that never seems to get answered in any satisfying and definitive way, like "What happens to us after we die?" We just keep rehashing it and getting only a fraction of the definitive answer. When you're asking yourself that dinner question, as you will undoubtedly be this coming Tuesday, sitting in rush hour traffic, pilot the Subaru on over to Shega Foods, where they churn out so-fresh-the-bag-is-steamed injera bread and little tubs of knee-buckling Ethiopian stews, lentils, and greens to pinch up with it. The ordering window is literally a hole in the wall, and you'll get out for less than $20 for a family-style feast. Next door is Rebecca's Italian Bakery, where cannoli and excellent apple turnovers await for dessert.