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    Quote Originally Posted by BushNomad View Post
    Thanks for your comments Emmie,
    must say I tend to closely agree .
    Given that , on this forum, we are mainly
    offroaders, overlanders etc seems the awkward Tagine mainly belongs in the spacious home kitchens of specialist cooks !
    Really ? There is a virtual pub staffed by psychotics. And threads ranging from Tangines to wheelbarrow repair. I fail to see the "mainly offroaders and overlanders" aspect.
    Last edited by iandvl; 2024/02/04 at 06:14 PM.
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    well , yes
    there is some diversity of topic !!!
    Must go now to Wash n Wax my Landy.
    Last edited by BushNomad; 2024/02/04 at 07:57 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BushNomad View Post
    well , yes
    there is some diversity of topic !!!
    Must go now to Wash n Wax my Landy.
    Apparently all they are good for.
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    Quote Originally Posted by iandvl View Post
    Really ? There is a virtual pub staffed by psychotics. And threads ranging from Tangines to wheelbarrow repair. I fail to see the "mainly offroaders and overlanders" aspect.
    Do offroaders and overlanders not eat? Or own wheelbarrows? Or dare have other interests other than what you deem acceptable? Don't let the tagine lid hit you behind the head on the way out of this thread.
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    A Taste of Morocco: A Culinary Journey with Recipes: Carrier, Robert: 9780517565599: Amazon.com: Books

    If you want to cook in a tagine, get this cookbook. Taste of Morocco by Robert Carrier. I see Amazon still has it for sale. I would have thought it to be out of print after some 30 odd years. It is old I know, but is by far the best in terms of recepes that WORKS. Yes, you are going to struggle to get a hump of camel, but just use sirloin of eland/kudu/any game. We have enjoyed his recepes since the book was new. About the camel or goat recepes, don't stress, there are MANY others you will find ingredients for easy enough. And real Moroccan cooking is incredibly flovourful with lovely spices, but not hot/burny.
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