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North African

When I went to Sicily in 1993, it was the first time I really ever experienced fruit as the main ingredient- and sometimes the only ingredient- in a dessert. At first I was waiting around for the real dessert to please...
When I'm looking for a quick way to cook and eat healthy, I begin thinking about what I can make in a tagine. They're easy to make one pot meals in and because they have a conical lid, you can...
I guess this Ramadan proves that I'm drawn to Mediterranean and North African food as my go-to cuisine for the month. Not sure why, exactly, but it has so many bonuses, so why not?  The mixture of sweet and savory,...
When we look through recipes online or in magazines, what really prompts us to go out of our way to make a list and head out to the store with the intention of buying all the ingredients specifically for that recipe...
We're in the thick of winter. It's cold, icy, slushy, and the snow is absolutely beautiful from indoors, as long as you don't have to drive in any of it. It's the time of year when you realize that on...
Any type of Moroccan tagine is something I'll try and usually love, really any Moroccan dish at all, especially ones that you don't even actually have to cook in a 'tagine' pot, per se.  In this recipe I used...
As you might be able to see from this blog, I'm a bit entranced by Moroccan things- style, geography, and the delicious, healthy and traditional food. Amanda Mouttaki is the author of Maroc Mama, a blog about her experience...
Paula Wolfert, an expert in Moroccan cooking and the award-winning author of cookbooks about Moroccan and Mediterranean cuisine has honored us with her summer's end recipe for Anatolian Purslane, Lamb and Lentil Stew. It's just perfect for the last iftar meal of this Ramadan...
Have you ever tried argan oil?  It is some really amazing stuff that is great for cooking as well as making yourself beautiful on a budget...not that you need any more beautifying, of course.  In the past year I've...
Pearl couscous is a wonderful salad couscous and quite different from what is normally found in restaurant dishes or alongside North African tagine dishes with meat. When cooked, t is more plump and chewy  than it's smaller semolina-derived counterpart....

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