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Sure is. We did a "Casablanca" Valentine's dinner a couple years ago.
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Posted to Thread #29291 at 5:30 pm on Dec 23, 2016
Even though the movie featured no food whatsoever, we researched Moroccan cuisine. This was the first course and it was the hit of the evening. It did very well baked ahead, sliced cold, and then re-crisped in the oven.
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- 29291. Made this North African Meatballs with Cous Cous [LINK] - Melissa Dallas - 1:36am on 12/19/16 (7)
- This sounds delicious, printed it out to make after Christmas The NY Times has a great food section [NT] - KarenNoCA - 5:07pm on 12/19/16
- This one caught my eye too and I saved it--haven't tried it yet. Glad to know it's good! [NT] - Joe - 7:40pm on 12/19/16
- If you like spicy the soices could be amped up a little. A spoonful of harissa would be good in sauc [NT] - Melissa Dallas - 2:30am on 12/20/16
- Sounds great! I love North African/Moroccan cuisine... - Richard in Cincy - 10:24pm on 12/20/16
- Speaking of Bastilla, here is a recipe I have made and enjoyed many times [NT] [LINK] - Joe - 7:05pm on 12/21/16
- It's just addictive isn't? Such an amazing dish... [LINK] - Richard in Cincy - 10:04pm on 12/22/16
- Sure is. We did a "Casablanca" Valentine's dinner a couple years ago. - Joe - 5:30pm on 12/23/16