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Cherry Clafoutis Recipe – CookingWithAlia – Episode 141

Cherry Clafoutis Recipe – CookingWithAlia – Episode 141

To print this recipe, click this link: http://cookingwithalia.com/index.php?option=com_zoo&task=item&item_id=139&category_id=7&Itemid=110 Welcome to my new kitchen in California! The first day I arrived to California, I went to check out a local farmers market - California is known for its amazing farmers market: fresh produce, fruits, vegetables, eggs, etc. you name it, you find it! The cherries and peaches I saw were phenomenal so I had to make one of my favorite recipe: the cherry clafoutis! It's a french dessert made, originally, with cherries suspended in a crepe-like batter. However, you can also make it using peaches, apricots, prunes, etc. So it's the perfect dessert to savor summer fruits!

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Cooking Class in La Maison Arabe: Chicken Tagine& Moroccan Salads- CookingWithAlia – Episode 140

Cooking Class in La Maison Arabe: Chicken Tagine& Moroccan Salads- CookingWithAlia – Episode 140

To print the Chicken Tagine with Preserved Lemon Recipe, Click this link http://cookingwithalia.com/index.php?option=com_zoo&task=item&item_id=136&Itemid=110 Moroccan Zucchini Salad recipe: Click this link http://cookingwithalia.com/index.php?option=com_zoo&task=item&item_id=137&Itemid=110 Moroccan Green Pepper Salad recipe: Click this link http://cookingwithalia.com/index.php?option=com_zoo&task=item&item_id=138&Itemid=110 In 1946, the Pasha of Marrakesh granted Helen Sebillon-Larochette, and her daughter, Suzy, the right to open La Maison Arabe, the first restaurant open to foreigners in the medina (old quarter of the city), and provided a servant from his nearby palace to teach them the intricacies of Moroccan Cuisine. Famous people who used to come here included Winston Churchill, Charles De Gaulle, and Jackie Kennedy! When I heard about this place, I had to come visit and learn some authentic Moroccan recipes from their cooking school. So if you want to travel in time and discover the enchanted world of Moroccan cuisine and architecture, then this place is for you! www.lamaisonarabe.com Music: Irtijal Ila Tahmilah by Marc Loopuyt

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