Who doesn’t love a hot bowl of homemade soup? There are so many different varieties to make, and whatever you choose is guaranteed to warm your home, body, and soul. That’s something especially important during a cold and snowy winter like the one we have
Check out the new Clay Coyote Flameware in our Made at the Coyote Shop Happy International Tagine Month! Yesterday was a day of firsts for me. My first fish tagine, my first time making a charmoula, and my first unsuccessful recipe from the Food of
In honor of our upcoming Tagine contest, we will be sharing our favorite Moroccan recipes all month long! Here is a look at how to start your own tagine inspired meal...
May is international tagine month. We are holding our 2nd annual tagine recipe contest. First prize will be decided by our panel of judges, and to the victor goes one of our new Flameware Dutch Ovens. Tagine month has inspired me to explore outside of my
I preserved lemons to make this tagine recipe from Mourad's book, "New Morocco." Mourad describes this as,"an ultra classic Moroccan chicken dish- and a great starter recipe for test driving your new tagine." I thought it was a great way to introduce my
I think I may have been a cook in a logging camp in a former life. I make a meal, and the leftovers usually last into the next week. I only cook for 2, not a team of hungry lumberjacks. This tendency keeps me from making dishes like lasagna and breakfast
After months of pouring over cook books, experimenting with unfamiliar ingredients, and multiple visits to various ethnic grocers, I was ready to create my own tagine recipe. I wanted the recipe in include as many locally found ingredients as
What inspires you in the kitchen? I am influenced by a myriad of factors. Seasonal and local ingredients play a huge role in what I cook. My tagine has also become a source of inspiration. I have found guidance and inspiration from food blogs and cookbook