A Moroccan Vegetable Stew From The Famed Moosewood Restaurant

Paula Wolfert’s cookbooks have influenced the finest restaurants and home kitchens alike in this country. The famed culinary anthropologist’s food writing, which goes back four decades, helped introduce readers here to dishes like foie gras, preserved lemons, and truffles. The Moroccan vegetable stew featured here bears Paula’s mark. (Click here to see the recipe.) “Colorful, aromatic, … Read more

A Wild Mushroom Omelet from the Mountains of Morocco

You like to forage for wild mushrooms. Or you prefer to buy them at your local grocery. Doesn’t matter. This recipe is for mushroom lovers – an herb-infused wild mushroom omelet from the mountains of North Africa. (Click here to see the recipe.) Cookbook author Jeff Koehler says he came across this dish in Morocco’s … Read more

Moroccan Potato Pancakes That Take Latkes to a New Level

This time of year we enjoy leafing through food magazines in search of ideas for holiday dishes. We don’t need to look any further, however, when it comes to Hanukkah latkes. The famed food writer Paula Wolfert has us covered, thanks to her spicy Moroccan potato pancakes.These popular pancakes, called maquoudas, are infused with ground … Read more

Moroccan Squash Tagine w/ Garbanzos & Couscous

Tagine is one of those culinary words with a double meaning. (Tian is a similar case in point.) Tagine, for starters, refers to a hearty stew that’s a mainstay of Moroccan cooking. There’s also the covered pot, or tagine, you use to cook the stew. Fortunately, you don’t have to cook your tagine in a … Read more


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