I absolutely love a sweet and savory tagine. One of my mom and my favorite places in the city is a Moroccan restaurant and despite wanting to try other things on the menu, I never can resist the lamb tagine with apricots and dates. So, when Dar 7 Louyat offered Michele and me a traditional Moroccan cooking lesson as part of our stay we jumped at the opportunity. It’s definitely fun to explore a market in a new city but the be immersed in a local experience like we were when shopping with Naima for our tagine ingredients, gave us a whole other view of the souk. We were apart of it! Check out my latest YouTube video to find out how we made this delicious meal of a beef tagine, fava bean soup, salad and a delicious mashed pepper and eggplant blend. After our lesson, they plated it all beautiful for a romantic meal in the atrium. What a unique experience. Despite the language barrier, food brings everyone together. We cooked, laughed, bonded and cried (those onions!) …
A restaurant like Mamma makes it in Chelsea!
Yea, we’re tourists, and Marrakesh was decidedly the most tourist leg of our journey, so we came for the camel burgers.
Here’s my quick guide for a weekend in Dublin.
Here are a few places to wet your whistle if you only have a day in Ireland.
I could easily see myself coming here every weekend
The PicKNICK, St. Cloud’s modern twist on the traditional picnic, atop Times Square.
Chimichurri Grill East a little taste of 1940s Buenos Aires in NYC!
I have tried a pisco sour pre-Peru and absolutely loved it. I was excited to try it again in the home of pisco sours, Lima, Peru.
When in Medellín, the first thing people would say when I mentioned I’m going to Lima, Peru afterwards was, “You’re going to love the food there!” or “They have the best food in South America.”