Above: Image of chef Arleen Lloyd
What is a tajine? Well, it's the original slow cooker! Typically made from earthenware, the cooking dish comes with a tall conical lid that can be elaborately decorated and is mainly used for slow-cooking stews of lamb, chicken and vegetables. The word also refers to the dish or stew itself. Tajines or tagines are typical of North African cuisines such as those from Morocco and Tunisia.
Join Executive Chef Arleen for an evening of adventure as you learn the how to of cooking mouthwatering dishes such as: Lamb Tajine, Chicken Tajine with Olives and Preserved Lemons, and a Vegetable Tajine. If you have a tajine please bring it to class. Please wear closed toe shoes and bring an apron, a chef's knife and containers to carry your leftovers home.
Date: April 13, 2012 at 6pm
Location: Alchemy of the Hearth
Alchemy of the Hearth, 960 Rancheros Drive Ste L, San Marcos: Google Maps