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August 26, 2007

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At Home with kim vallee

Farid, you have been very kind for commenting on my blog and taking the time to give sound advice. I just read your own review about the Emile Henry’s recipe. I have gave up on that one. You are right about the fact that we tried the recipe even though it does not seem right. We cannot believe that a reputable company would recommend something that taste so bad. It makes us feel disappointed by our purchase. I am equally disappointed by the specialty kitchen boutique because their recipe was not better.

My husband wants me to try something else than the Chicken tagine with preserved lemon. So I will start digging the reviews you just mentioned to find delicious tagine and couscous. Hopefully, I will become happier with my birthday gift.

cookworm

Farid, I am very flattered that you took my comment to heart! I am extremely keen on North African/Berber cooking and am definitely looking forward to hearing what you have to say about these recipes. Shukrun jazeelan!

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