Posted on 23rd of July, 2012 by Lévana
The following recipe is a lightened version of the classical vegetable couscous, using quick-cooking and fragrant light summer vegetables, like fennel, artichokes, zucchini, tomatoes: perfect for summer! INGREDIENTS: Vegetable mixture: 3 large leeks, cut across, then in 1 inch segment 3 large beefsteak tomatoes, or 6 large plum tomatoes, cut...
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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 11th of February, 2010 by Lévana
Harissa, a fiery pepper relish that originated in North Africa, invariably elicits the same placid comment from my brother Toby: “Mmm….Confiture!” For most of us, however, this condiment is no kin to jam and should be used sparingly. I don’t want a heartburn on my conscience! On the side, please:...