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A very sexy tagine, whose Eastern promise does not disappoint….
I dreamt recently that I was in conversation with good friends but couldn’t remember anyone’s name…seems so familiar to my waking life, that maybe it wasn’t a dream. In the same way, I read a blog yesterday which lauded the … Continue reading
Posted in Almonds, Chicken, Chicken tagine, Cookery Writers, Cooking, Coriander, cous cous, Digital photography, Flat parsley, food, Food and Photography, Food photographer, Harissa, Herbs and Spices, Meat, Molasses, Neil Perry, Nuts, Olive oil, olives, Photography, Poultry, preserved lemons, ras al hanout, Recipes, sea salt, sweet paprika, Umami, Uncategorized, Vegetables, Writing Tagged chicken tagine, cooking, cous cous, couscousiere, delicious confection, digital photography, Eastern promise, food, Food photographer, harissa, merguez, middle eastern food, moroccan cooking, moroccan recipes, Moroccan tagine, olive oil, palate, Photography, Pomegranate molasses, Recipes, semoule, slaoui, Sumac, tagine recipe, writing 50 Comments
Take 12 pounds of lemons, a clean jar and a stone….
Madame Guinaudeau, a French woman who was married to a doctor practising in Fez, wrote “Traditional Moroccan Cooking” over a period of three decades. The book was finally published in 1958 as “Fès Vu par sa Cuisine” and is recognised … Continue reading
Posted in 2013, Cookery Writers, Digital photography, Excellence, food, Food and Photography, Food photographer, Fruit, Kitchens, lemons, Mme.Guinaudeau, Photography, Preserved lemons, preserved lemons, Recipes, Uncategorized, Writing Tagged claudia roden, eastern flavour, Fez, food, Madame Guinaudeau, moroccan cooking, moroccan recipes, Preserved lemons, store cupboard, Tetuan 44 Comments