Tagines are vessels of beauty and history, And, you know, there’s no better way to explore ancient history than through food. The tagine (this one is from Le Souk) has a rich and long story. And, I’ve written a post on this for the International Housewares Association’s new website ‘Inspired Homes’.
Now back to this tagine of beef and vegetables. First of all, it’s totally boholicous…the meat melts in your mouth, the veggies have a hint of al dente, and the broth is something you’ll want to sop up with some serious bread nearby!
Of course, if you can’t find Harissa and/or Ras el Hanout locally, then look no further than my cookbook (Amazonand Barnes & Noble online). I’ve got recipes for both. Believe me, you can make it yourself, it’s much less expensive, you have fresh flavors and much more of it! Plus, you can customize to your liking. So, worth the little bit of extra effort!