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erin

this looks fabulous. I am obsessed with harissa lately. I have the same cookbook and have not made it into the fall section yet--I wish it would hurry up and cool down in LA ( I don't have A/C which makes the thought of too much time in the kitchen a horror).

Just found your blog via Simply Recipes--great posts!

Dianka

What a gorgeous dish! I just love those combinations... and those beets look divine!!

Grant

Erin - Isn't harissa great? I love Moroccan food. Have you been to Chameau on Fairfax? It's very good. This might me my favorite cookbook. Such interesting combinations of flavors. I'm glad you like the blog and hope you keep reading.

Dianka - Thank you so much. The beets were fantastic. You could totally just make those and have them as a light little salad for lunch or as a side dish.

Matthew

I made the carrots this past weekend when my parents were in town and served as a side to a fruit-stuffed roasted pork loin. Also did a side of German spaetzle and mocha mousse served out of edible orange-flavored cookie bowls for dessert. But the carrots were the hit of the night.

cerebritis

Carrots
Rabbits are said to owe their good eyesight to eating carrots.
And there is something right about that, because the carrot stimulates the production of vitamin A, necessary for proper vision. We know the importance of vitamin carrot and the positive effects
their carotene, since they increase visual acuity and night vision.
In soup, stew, fresh or broken no need to miss at any table.

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