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February 05, 2008


Amine Boumaraf

As an Algerian myself, I love to cook, but not this. Could I get you to send this to me?


Nice north african sausages


Johnna Knows Good Food

This post has inspired me to look into sausage making...so many possibilities!


All dishes look very delicious! I am interested in the food culture of your country. And I support your site.


that was some good sausage.....


What a beautiful blog site you have created with so many interesting and colourful recipes. Lovely. :o)

Matt Urdan

This is an awesome site! Since you're really into great food and great recipes, I think you'd also be interested in FohBoh, (http://www.fohboh.com/?i=28chblcn8r176) the online networking site for the International Restauarnt Industry. It's got great information and interaction with restaurant professionals, executive chefs, videos of culinary techniques and recipe preparation, a vibrant wine community with internationally renowned somelliers and people like you and me just interested in food and drink. The site is worth checking out, and I think you'd find a great deal of value there for both yourself and your blog.

Have an awesome day! Cheers!


Hi there my name is Jeena and I have started a food recipe forum that I thought you would like to join here Click here for food recipe forum

I would love to see you on there to chat about food and cooking you can talk about anything you like and start your very own topics. :-)
or see my main food recipe website Jeenas food recipe site

Hope to see you soon


Jeena x

Michael Greenberg

As an amateur sausage maker, that merguez is intriguing, unlike the (Moroccan Jewish) merguez I've seen and made. Is the meet mousselined or processed after grinding, or is it just double ground? Are you using all lamb? What spices are typical? Am I correct in thinking this is a poached sausage, rather like a hot dog? I understand you may not want to give away all of your sausage-y secrets, but I'm also interested in the general variety of merguez tradition.

Looks great!

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