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That looks absolutely delicious - I've eyed that recipe in her book but never got around to making it. My favorite that I've made is her 'Makhouda' with eggplant and gruyere - have you tried it?

Regrettably no. You may notice that cheese almost never makes an appearance here -- it's a food allergy issue. Sigh.

I've been very happy with Kitty Morse's cookbooks. I think they're more accessible for cooks new to North African cuisine than Paula Wolfert's classic "Couscous and Other Good Food from Morocco", which I also really like.

I agree - this cookbook is one of the few that has made the transition with me from vegetarian to meat-eating and still gets heavily used. And now that you mention it, I've never once cooked from the Paula Wolfert book, though I love the wealth of information it contains. And I sympathize on the cheese allergy - over here I've got a wheat allergy to contend with...

It would be nice if these menu's were printer friendly

Unnamed: I agree it would be nice if there was a link to a "printer friendly" page version, but that is beyond the features offered by my level of typepad service. To avoid the sidebars, I recommend copying and pasting the content into a text editor.

Melissa: Wheat allergy. Ouch. I have cooked from the Wolfert book, but it's not the first one I reach for. Another favorite vegetarian book of mine that would have to be pried out of my dead hands is Madhur Jaffrey's World-of-the-East Vegetarian Cooking.

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