Posted on 1st of October, 2013 by Lévana
This past week was the second time in a month I spotted fresh dates at produce markets, and I started grinning nostalgically at this unusual New York site, as if I had run into a long-lost friend, which of course I had in a way. Growing up in Morocco, where...
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Posted on 24th of January, 2013 by Lévana
Photo Courtesy sodahead.com Fruit is not just dessert or snack, but a valuable part of many wonderful easy dishes. Fruits pack lots of flavor and nutrition, and are fun to cook with. have fun with this wonderful menu! I am offering here four different fruit salads, one more amazing than...
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Posted on 24th of August, 2011 by Lévana
Couscous is wonderful and fun, the rock star of Moroccan cuisine. Couscous is native to Morocco, and the word refers to both the grain and the traditional dish made with the grain. It is semolina, or durum (the heart of the wheat kernel), ground to the consistency of coarse cornmeal...
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Posted on 19th of March, 2010 by Lévana
Photo courtesy www.yelp.com A friendly warning: You will never be able to speak disparagingly about the lowly prune again after you have tasted this magnificent dish, so find something – or someone -else to pick on. If you like dried apricots, substitute them for the prunes, or use half prunes...