This is another dish based on a recipe from ‘the food of morocco, a journey for food lovers’. (I love that book!)
We bought the most wonderful cumin when we were in Marrakesh. It was well-wrapped when we brought it home but the scent was everywhere.
Beetroot (or beets to the Yanks) are pre-cooked here. I have seen raw, whole … Continue reading.....
Hot and spicy can be difficult terms when it comes to describing food.
Or, at least, they seem to be for me.
I recently had a conversation during which I said I didn’t eat ‘hot’ food.
The conclusion was that I preferred my food to be lukewarm or cool in temperature.
That would be incorrect.
In another conversation, different person, … Continue reading.....
One problem those of us with a potager have is an abundance of vegetables.
The other problem is that everyone else has the same abundance.
When one has guests for lunch it's only logical to offer freshly picked produce from the potager.
But, some how, some way, one has to come up with something a little different to do … Continue reading.....
We had Slow-Roasted Moroccan Lamb last weekend.
Mon mari tells me (often) that his ‘mother always made Lamb Curry’ with leftover leg of lamb.
I had a bad allergic reaction (I woke up in the Emergency Room with a priest hovering over me) the last time I ate curry, so I’ve been somewhat reluctant to eat it again.
So I … Continue reading.....
A few weeks ago I got a free mobile phone – a fancy new smart phone.
All I had to do was cash in my points – that I didn't know I had and have no idea how I got.
In the process the nice man helping me explained that I could save lots of money if I combined all … Continue reading.....