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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Stanford Guitar, Jan 26, 2021.
Fish tajine with charmoula and couscous.....
Cous cous with artichokes and lamb ... and Harisa. That's pretty good.
This is a chicken, charmoula, and olives tajine. The chicken literally falls off the bone.
That looks delicious!
I use Paula Wolfert's cookbook The Food of Morocco. With a tajine, it's actually hard to screw it up. They are incredible cookware.
Love North African food.
When in Paris many years back I think I enjoyed it more than the trad French food.
Now I'm hungry
Yes, but we have a split in the family when it comes to fish.
Fish couscous is more a tunisian stuff.
I'm of algerian descent so we basically share the same food.
But you should try pastilla and tajine with lamb and fruits (orange, melon), or even couscous (refering to semoulina transformation in a peculiar way where you have to Roll it) with milk and dates (called mesfouf)
Got your harissa handy? (Yes, it's from Tunisia originally, too)
It's put everywhere tho in Maghreb.
But not as much as tunisian who do bread and harissa + olive oil sandwich (tunisian version or grilled cheese) or french fries with harissa !
And harissa mix surprisingly well to do a spicy mayonnaise.
Algerian food is the Tex-Mex food of Marseille.
Algiers and Marseille are really really close on a lot of point.
A tajine is on my list. This place is like an international food festival sometimes, between me and Mrs. Steerforth.
And I like everything. Mrs. Steerforth says that I may be the easiest person on Earth to feed.
That’s because I’m on a seafood diet. If I see food, I eat it.
Thanks for the link! And they’re on sale!