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shinyjunny
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PostSubject: Moroccan Cooking- pots, oils and spices   Wed Dec 29, 2010 12:23 am

Moroccan, is now one of my favourite cuisines, with it's tasty tagines, cous cous, etc.Whenever I travel, I usually try to buy spices, a recipe book or other food related objects.On this trip I bought a teracotta tagine (see my off the beaten tracks tips for more details) I'm afraid I haven't used this yet, it's more of an ornament at the moment, but I have cooked a few tagines using my old faithful cast iron casserole dish.Argan oil (the new olive oil!!) Afraid I only bought a small bottle, for moisturising purposes from Essaouira- but I spent the exorbitant sum of £9 in Sainsburys for a bottle of organic Argan Oil for culinary purposes- Top Tip- If You're visiting Essaouira, snap up a bottle or 2- or a crate load of Argan Oil, to sell to foodies back home for a fraction of the price of Sainsburys!! (See my Essaouira page for lots more info on Argan Oil35 spices- a versatile spice mix, used in many Moroccan dishes, I've used most of mine already, in lots of non Moroccan dishes too. All manner of foodie stuffCooking potsTagine cooking potsTea glasses and tea potsHerbsSpices - especially the 35 spices mixArgan oilOlive Oil From very little to as much as you want!
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