Category Archives: couscous

Tagine recipe that I forgot to post,,,,

The key to a tagine, in my view, is the Chermoula. If possible make it the day before; marinade whatever meat you’re using in the chermoula in the morning and give it a first cooking that evening so that the … Continue reading

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Je suis absolument “Hank Marvin” et je pourrait tuer pour un “Ruby Murray”

These are the words Parisian restaurateurs would be hearing if the rugby world cup was taking place in France. Ethnic food is the lifeblood of English cuisine. Take away, an apposite word indeed, the Indian, Chinese, Thai, Korean, Mexican, Italian, Spanish, Lebanese et al, … Continue reading

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Simple flat breads with vegetarian couscous

The Tuscan Cookbook, in which I recently found the recipes for crisped sage leaves, introduced me to another simple, yet delicious idea. This particular wonder, or wonders, are called “piadina” which are flat breads. Flour, butter and warm salted water … Continue reading

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