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    Hajar Elizabeth
    Wed Jul 20, 2005 3:10 pm
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    NcMysteryShopper
    Wed Jul 20, 2005 10:05 pm
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    WOW! What a great idea for the African Forum!!! I cant wait to read your "weekly articles" - That is just wonderful!

    I have two Moroccan recipes..... wonder how "authentic" they are!

    Excite Me Tonight Chicken

    and Moroccan Cake (Le Russe) recipe #126972

    I would love some feedback...... see you in the African Forum!
    Susie D
    Thu Jul 21, 2005 2:50 am
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    Lovely article and very interesting!! I look forward to learning more about Moroccan cooking. icon_biggrin.gif
    Sackville
    Thu Jul 21, 2005 4:37 am
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    This is great Hajar! If you want to do this regularly I will make a little sticky with links to your "columns" at the top of this page.

    Thanks for your insight icon_biggrin.gif
    Cookgirl
    Thu Jul 21, 2005 9:59 am
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    MMMmmMMM!!
    Hajar Elizabeth
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    Roosie
    Thu Jul 21, 2005 11:37 pm
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    Thanks for sharing Hajar! I really enjoyed reading your column and look forward to your future contributions! icon_biggrin.gif
    eatrealfood
    Sat Jul 23, 2005 2:35 am
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    your column is interesting, hajar - looking forward to more of them. seems i already have all the primary ingredients so looking even more forward to the recipes icon_smile.gif
    Hajar Elizabeth
    Sat Jul 23, 2005 3:58 am
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    kdlpmum
    Sat Jul 23, 2005 9:31 pm
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    G'day Hajar...love the column....as do my family lolol will be trying the sauce this evening...well I'll start it early ...hope it lasts long enough....[ I do LOTS of hand slapping here to keep fingers diving into the pot]! Looking forward to many more recipes from you.
    Hajar Elizabeth
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    Zurie
    Sun Jul 24, 2005 7:45 am
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    icon_biggrin.gif icon_biggrin.gif Hajar, this is soooo interesting!! I am sorry I only read this now: my time is rather limited, and here in South Africa phone charges are too high to be on the Internet during office hours (like the lucky Americans!) I have to wait for after-hours and weekends to do my surfin' 'n roamin' ...

    So only today, a Sunday afternoon, did I find Sackville Girl's sticky next to your "first column".

    Fascinating that the spices you mention are also used in our traditional foods, which evolved from the Malay, Indian and Indonesian slaves at the Cape hundreds of years ago (and sort of became mixed with Dutch and English cooking -- the rulers of the Cape of Good Hope for about 250 years).

    Looking forward to you future contributions!! icon_biggrin.gif
    kdlpmum
    Sun Jul 24, 2005 7:25 pm
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    G'day all....yesterday I babysat my 2 year old grandson...he "helped " me make Hajar's Wicked Sauce Tomatish.....[I've already reviewed it]....we had a lot of fun chopping and dicing lolol....he loved the "stir" bit best...we made quite a mess in the kitchen but I'm TRYING to teach him that you CLEAN AS YOU GO....lolol dunno how long he will remember it for. Well...Hajar...that sauce is indeed wicked....had us all fighting for the last bits ...we had it with braised lamb shanks and rice and flat bread. I added lemon juice, lemon zest and fresh lemon thyme.As I said in my review...our place often has 4 generations for meals...from our small grandkids to my elderly Dad...I think Dad has finally found the PERFECT sauce for his lamb shanks [ one of his fav foods]....he kept telling me how OUTSTANDING it was...so I'm passing the compliment on to you Hajar lolol.
    After tasting the flavour combination...I think it would be terrific as a sauce for veggies....perhaps steamed green beans....or even steamed cauliflower. Thanks for the recipe...will become a staple here too...so easy but so fresh and tasty.
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