Cooking my way through Tuscany and eating a little bit, too.
Don’t let the term “preserved” scare you; this is much easier and quicker (really, only minutes) than traditional canning.
Nothing is easier with more delectable results – I’m serious.
Just layer in your ingredients, set it over a medium flame, affix the top, and pour yourself something fine to drink.
Peggy Markel has an amazing repertoire of regional culinary expertise. Peggy lives part time in Colorado, then she travels the rest of the year to her cooking schools in Sicily, Tuscany and Morocco. In addition to her classes, she leads culinary adventures in these regions. Right now, Peggy is planning a sailboat excursion in the […]
When my friend, Chef Kim Schiffer, told me that Chef Peggy Markel was coming to town (Peggy has a cooking school in Morroco) I jumped at my chance to buy a Morrocan Tagine and learn from a master. Here’s a look at our recent Morrocan cooking lesson! See my recent posts Chicken Tajine with Lemons, […]
Here is Peggy’s recipe for her absolutely delicious chicken tagine with olives and coriander (cilantro). Don’t wait until you have Peggy in your kitchen to make this incredible dish. Peggy conveyed to us in the class that there are no mistakes when combining the ingredients in the tagine so don’t let that help you from creating this dish.