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    ZWT 6 NA*ME Celebrity Couscous Capers Challenge

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    Tue Jun 08, 2010 11:14 am
    Forum Host

    I have made and reviewed Couscous Basics by ~Rita~ for this challenge.
    Tue Jun 08, 2010 2:22 pm Groupie

    For part 2 of the challenge, I will tag Red Bell Pepper Couscous #428770 by Boomette which is currently UNreviewed and UNphotographed icon_smile.gif Off to make it now. . .

    Tue Jun 08, 2010 2:34 pm Groupie
    JanuaryBride wrote:

    For part 2 of the challenge, I will tag Red Bell Pepper Couscous #428770 by Boomette which is currently UNreviewed and UNphotographed icon_smile.gif Off to make it now. . .


    OK, my tag is complete. . .I have made, taste tested, reviewed and photographed Red Bell Pepper Couscous. Thanks for the challenge, as I have quite a bit of couscous in the pantry that needs to be used!

    Sydney Mike
    Tue Jun 08, 2010 3:05 pm Groupie

    Although the 'journal' for Egypt is still in the works, I have made & reviewed the following for this challenge ~

    Couscous and Pomegranate Salad #427783
    Tue Jun 08, 2010 5:58 pm
    Forum Host
    Anthony wants to know when our the flight takes off to Lebanon?????????????????
    Mia in Germany
    Wed Jun 09, 2010 1:46 am
    Forum Host

    For the Unrulies I'll sign up tagging Saffron Couscous With Herbs #428285 by Deantini!
    Bonnie G #2
    Wed Jun 09, 2010 11:01 am Groupie
    Leggy Peggy wrote:

    I'm taking Hugh Jackman or Omar Sharif to Syria.
    I'll have to check with them and see who wants to go most.

    For Mischief Makers I'd like to join our guide Leggy Peggy and make Lemon Couscous for part 2 in our trip to Syria.
    Mia in Germany
    Wed Jun 09, 2010 11:25 am
    Forum Host

    Mia in Germany made for the Unrulies
    Deantini's Saffron Couscous With Herbs #428285

    Wed Jun 09, 2010 11:41 am Groupie

    I will be making Lemon Couscous With Peas and Carrots #428609
    Wed Jun 09, 2010 1:36 pm Groupie

    My imaginary camera broke, so bear with me on my journey through Jordan

    Pierce Brosnan and I landed in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan airport on Air Jordan. Since the airport was really close to the capital city of Amman, we decided to rent a car and go there first. We met up with Alligirl, The Renegades co-captain, and Queen Dana and they took us on a tour of the city. We saw the busy markets and visited a museum, before sitting down to eat Shish Taouk, with hummus and pita. We flavoured the hummus with za'atar, fresh parsley, and black olives. We had so much fun in the city we stayed an extra day, enjoying mint tea, and yogurt for breakfast.

    After the second day Pierce and I met up with Ev/Athens our other co-captain in Jerash, where there was an ancient Roman city nearly two thousand years ago. It was a beautiful site, and showed how Jordan hosted other cultures in the region. We snacked on figs, dates, and oranges sprinkled with cumin and coriander seeds.

    That afternoon we met with JackieOhNo! and climbed Mt Nebo, the place where Moses handed down the Ten Commandments to the Jews. We realized that Jordan played a huge role in some of the most important events in Judaism's history. On top of the mountain we ate chickpea salad, and some water, because it was so hot out.

    The next day Pierce and I visited Madaba with Mulligan and Scoutie. There we saw the Byzantine mosaics, and they were so beautiful! We stayed nearby with some Jordanian families and enjoyed some Mezze or Muqabalat, which is Arabic for Appetizers. They shared with us Kouba Maqliya which are oval shaped ball with meat and bulgar wheat with more meat and pine nuts inside. They sure were delicious!

    We then went to Bethany beyond the Jordan with Susie Cooks and Thymestudio, where Jesus was baptized, another important role Jordan had in Christianity's history.

    The next day we visited the Dead Sea with Strawberrybird, and then rested at Aqaba, the only resort town in Jordan. We scuba dived, and tanned on the beach. It was the perfect afternoon.

    On our last day, we visited Petra, one of the most important archeological sites in Jordan, if not the entire region with Ice Cool Kitty. It was so beautiful and grand, and we wondered how these people could have built such buildings into the huge rocks. It was so amazing to look at it. We came in one direction on camels - cars weren't allowed - and we just marveled at how amazing everything looked. we had an amzaing meal with Tabouleh and Harissa Couscous, and some more mint tea.

    All in all, Pierce Brosnan and I had a really fantastic visit, and are filled with fond memories of the country. Everyone was so kind and good to us, and the people of Jordan are going to be remembered by us.

    Last edited by Studentchef on Wed Jun 09, 2010 6:05 pm, edited 2 times in total
    Bonnie G #2
    Wed Jun 09, 2010 3:08 pm Groupie

    I've MER'd Lemon Couscous
    Midwest Maven
    Wed Jun 09, 2010 5:18 pm Groupie

    We'd like to choose Saudi Arabia with Robert Downey Jr. icon_biggrin.gif
    Debbie R.
    Wed Jun 09, 2010 5:57 pm Groupie

    I've already posted the story; here's the recipe I made to complete the challenge: Lentils and Couscous #428547

    Bonnie G #2
    Wed Jun 09, 2010 6:12 pm Groupie
    Thanks to this challenge I've learned I love couscous icon_cool.gif
    Wed Jun 09, 2010 9:41 pm Groupie

    I made and reviewed this wonderful recipe. You all have to try it. The pistachios and mint are great in it. It makes this dish spectacular.

    Pistachio Couscous #425485
    Pistachio Couscous
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