Way back in the beginning of time when we were first talking about having our family reunion in Morocco, I bought a Moroccan cookbook: ‘
the food of Morocco, a journey for food lovers’. It’s a wonderful cookbook, with beautiful photos…..
When I was actually in Morocco I bought real (I think) Moroccan cookbooks. They’re not big, coffee-table books but …
The weather has finally cleared, the sun has come back to us and the garden is growing.
Just to clean out my files, here is the last of our cold, wet spring dinners….
I still have half of a container of preserved lemons in the fridge…. I’m thinking they’ll be good in salads.
Chicken with Chickpeas and Preserved
Stir-fries don’t have to have soy sauce or sesame oil or sherry.
They don’t have to be Chinese or Japanese or Thai.
Stir-frying is a method.
It’s a quick way to cook dinner, a great way to use leftovers and you can flavor the dish however you like….
Even with preserved lemon.
Stir Fried Moroccan Chicken Total time: 25 minutes
First, let me tell you that
mon mari and I agree that these are the best meatballs we have ever eaten.
And we eat a lot of meatballs…..
We both love them, they’re dead easy and inexpensive.
We could be considered meatball experts!
At the very least, aficionados…..
Now that I think of it…. the Slow-Roasted Lamb I made, based …
The voting is in; the people have made their wishes known.
FoodBuzz’s Project Food Blog Challenge #1 is over.
And I didn’t make the cut.
Which comes as no surprise.
I didn’t spend the last 3 days tweeting or blogging for votes. (Not my style.)
I realized, when I wrote my post, that it was likely not to win.