It’s been a slow start to North African Month since neither of us has felt much like cooking at all, let alone experimenting. We’re trying to get back into the swing of things, but there’s no point forcing it since it is supposed to be fun.
So I’ll abandon my usual day-by-day account and just talk about the few dishes that have been made. Most of these were made at the very beginning, before we lost our mojo.
North African Pumpkin Stew
This is a traditional North African dish, though I don’t know where it originated. It’s really tasty and quite simple to make. The pumpkin is mostly cooked by steaming, so it does take a little while. It’s lovely with couscous and some salad. Read More →