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Moroccan brunch at Barbès in Murray Hill, nyc, New York Moroccan brunch at Barbès in Murray Hill, nyc, New York By I just want to eat!I 12/24/13 06:00 We found Barbès when looking for a restaurant near the Morgan Library as we wanted to see the da Vinci exhibit. I was pretty excited to go to a Moroccan restaurant: I remembered some fantastic vacations many years ago where I spent a week going from Marrakech...
Moroccan Chicken m'qualli and stuffed with sweet couscous, a combination out of this world Moroccan Chicken m'qualli and stuffed with sweet couscous, a combination out of this world By Fleur d'Oranger, Masala & Co... 12/21/13 01:34 What I'm posting today is a very old and traditional family recipe..My sister got it from my parents. Actually, my father made his own version using Turkey while my mother used quails. My parents are originally from Fez and if you follow the Moroccan recipes...
Moroccan Chickpea Soup Moroccan Chickpea Soup By Scratching Canvas 12/20/13 14:08 How many of you start your new year with a resolution and end up saying ‘bye bye’ to it within the very first week of the year? I totally admit I do; always! When I was a kid, it was almost like a ritual in my home to promise a resolution in New Year eve...
Moroccan-inspired Butternut Squash and Apricot Tagine Moroccan-inspired Butternut Squash and Apricot Tagine By WholeYum 12/18/13 18:20 I found this on Bit of the Good Stuff and I'm taking it literally, this is a fantastically delicious and healthy meal!
A healthy and belly-warming Moroccan vegetable soup: Chorba Fassia A healthy and belly-warming Moroccan vegetable soup: Chorba Fassia By Fleur d'Oranger, Masala & Co... 12/14/13 07:50 Chorba fassia is a soup originally from Fez (Fassia is the feminine of anything from Fez). It has all the ingredients needed to consider it as a complete meal: meat and egg for proteins, pasta and potato for carbs, the rest is just a cocktail of vitamins....
Moroccan butternut and lentil soup with sweet chermoula oil Moroccan butternut and lentil soup with sweet chermoula oil By The Circus Gardener's Kitchen 12/13/13 18:35 I know that in this blog I do tend to go on a bit about Monsanto, the giant chemical company which, alongside Bayer and Syngenta, now owns the “patents” to around two thirds of the world’s vegetable seeds. But I’m not alone in my antipathy – the company...
Moroccan Spiced Marinated Carrots Moroccan Spiced Marinated Carrots By WholeYum 12/12/13 20:13 Vibrant flavors and beautiful colors add a taste of adventure to your table in under ten minutes.
Moroccan Chicken with Chickpea and Apricot Moroccan Chicken with Chickpea and Apricot By WholeYum 12/12/13 01:45 Moroccan Chicken, Chickpea, and Apricot Tajine: All the rich flavors of Morocco in a colorful dish that's light, healthy, and a breeze to whip up.
Salmon with Moroccan Spices Salmon with Moroccan Spices By Inside a British Mum's Kitchen 12/05/13 18:57 With all the holiday cheer (not to mention cookies) available at the moment a little bit of high quality protein seems like a good idea. Salmon as we know is chock full of omega 3's that make your hair and skin glow but just as importantly, in my book at...
Chermoula Recipe – or, Moroccan Fish Chermoula Recipe – or, Moroccan Fish By Eating Adelaide 12/05/13 04:10 Email this page I might have to make this again, just to take a better photo! Last week I asked Andy want he wanted for dinner and he had a think and announced ‘Middle Eastern’. I had a bit of a look on the internet and a bit of a look through my cookbooks...
Moroccan half-moon peanut cookies Moroccan half-moon peanut cookies By Fleur d'Oranger, Masala & Co... 12/03/13 00:23 Hello lovely people out there, followers, one time visitors, silent and quiet readers of this blog which has become a bit silent during the last months. With my body going a bit out of control, I decided to start a diet (I've been saying that for the last...
Moroccan Spiced Beef with Herb Parmesan Dumplings Moroccan Spiced Beef with Herb Parmesan Dumplings By Hungry Couple 10/30/13 13:25 Sometimes, delicious meal ideas begin with the age old question of 'what's for dinner?' And, so, I asked this of Brian a couple of weekends ago. This is normally a fruitless exercise because he'll tell me that whatever I choose is fine. But, every once...
Moroccan Pumpkin and Chickpea Stew Moroccan Pumpkin and Chickpea Stew By Savvy Eats 10/10/13 16:20 Preparation: 45 min - Cooking: 25 min My ever-growing cookbook collections is easily one of my favorite parts of my office. When I’m struggling for recipe inspiration, or am feeling stressed about work, I pull out a cookbook and get myself a mug of tea. I flip slowly through the pages, jotting...
Moroccan chicken casserole recipe Moroccan chicken casserole recipe By LEBANESE RECIPES 09/22/13 07:38 Photo: Moroccan chicken casserole Photography by John Paul Urizar This Moroccan chicken casserole is a sensational slow cooker meal for the winter months. To Prep 0:20 To Cook 6:00 INGREDIENTS 10 DIFFICULTY EASY SERVINGS 4 Ingredients 1 medium red onion,...
Moroccan Chickpea Salad Moroccan Chickpea Salad By Delicieux 09/19/13 06:10 Preparation: 20 min Despite the fact that it’s spring, you could easily be fooled into thinking it’s summer. In our house warm days mean salads. Lots of salads, because I don’t like to just serve one salad with dinner. I like variety when it comes to salads, but there is one...
Stuffed Zapallito Squash with Moroccan Spiced lamb Stuffed Zapallito Squash with Moroccan Spiced lamb By feasting at home 07/31/13 17:58 Zapallito Squash are round, globe-shaped summer squash, similar in flavor to zucchini, originating from Argentina. They make the perfect vessel for stuffing. I found these at our local farmers...
Ramadan in Morocco - a time for mothers and grandmothers to care for the whole family & Moroccan Hareera Soup Ramadan in Morocco - a time for mothers and grandmothers to care for the whole family & Moroccan Hareera Soup By Dima's Kitchen 07/21/13 03:00 Old day Moroccan market place painting by A.S. Forrestfor the Book 'Morocco' by Journalist & Author S.L. Bensusan, first published in 1904 "For the Moroccans, Ramadan is the time of home, a time... for more visit Dima's Kitchen blog http://dimaskitchen.blogspot.com...
The Mystery of Moroccan Tagines - My favourite lamb & aubergine Tagine recipe The Mystery of Moroccan Tagines - My favourite lamb & aubergine Tagine recipe By Dima's Kitchen 07/20/13 03:00 Spice Market in Marrakech, MoroccoPhoto by Smithsonian Journeys Like Morocco, a Tagine promises mystery in the shape of a round and edged earthenware plate always topped with a conical lid that once... for more visit Dima's Kitchen blog http://dimaskitchen.blogspot.com...
Moroccan Lamb & Couscous Salad - Julie Goodwin Moroccan Lamb & Couscous Salad - Julie Goodwin By Knife Fork and Chew 07/19/13 04:39 Please excuse the crappy photo, my Samsung phone camera used to be fantastic, but since the Jellybean update it is now rubbish. Shame on you, Android! My next phone will be an iPhone! I haven't cooked lamb backstraps before so buying them from my butcher...
Moroccan Mustard and cheese biscuits Moroccan Mustard and cheese biscuits By Fleur d'Oranger, Masala & Co... 07/12/13 05:16 I think I've posted many sweets lately. So today is going to be a savoury snack/nibbles sort of recipe. Very easy to make and freezer friendly dough (You know by now that I like the freezer friendly stuff, especially with a baby onboard). Mustard biscuits...
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