Tag Archives: Moroccan

Half a nose to half a tail – the Kenilworth Lamb

It was back in November 2015 that I bought half a lamb from the rather wonderful Kenilworth Free Range. The box I collected was surprising for its weight and variety. For £70 I’ve fed over 50 generous plates of food … Continue reading

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Lamb #5: a sneaky leftover tagine

Is there a better ‘leftover roast’ than lamb? I can’t think of another meat which keeps its flavour and texture so well and can even keep on giving the second time around. For me there are two options: a slow … Continue reading

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The flexible and forgiving tagine

Tagines are fabulous for many reasons. They employ gutsy, punchy flavours in a palette we don’t often sample, they are really easy to cook and very forgiving, they smell fantastic and they are a great use-up dish. The people who don’t … Continue reading

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Moroccan Salmon and Couscous with spiced chickpeas and pomegranate

I’ve talked before about my love of tagines and couscous and the palette of flavours that North Africa has to offer. They can produce quick, easy, tasty, healthy and visually attractive food. I also recently purchased some oven bags. After … Continue reading

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Month Of Solitude Day One – Roast chicken with tabbouleh and Harissa dressing

Day One of the Month Of Solitude begins with a sleety, cold Sunday. After seeing Mrs M off in a taxi I decided to grab a quick breakfast. I’m using MyFitnessPal, Up and Fitstar at the moment and they do … Continue reading

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Waitrose Chicken drumsticks and thighs with Ras el Hanout, preserved lemon and apricot – 3/10

I wrote before about the role of convenience food in everyday life. It would be great if we could prepare everything from scratch but life’s just not like that. I do appreciate the modern TV chefs who recognise that the … Continue reading

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