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TUNISIA : Mediterranean Cuisine

TUNISIA : Mediterranean Cuisine

January is a lovely time to visit the Roman ruins at Carthage. Fewer people. Cooler temperatures. And, if you are lucky, beautiful blue skies over the adjacent sea. While the ruins themselves are quite small (especially in comparison to Pompeii or some of the other Mediterranean ruined communities), they make for a nice hour-long tour.

January is a lovely time to visit the Roman ruins at Carthage. Fewer people. Cooler temperatures. And, if you are lucky, beautiful blue skies over the adjacent sea. While the ruins themselves are quite small (especially in comparison to Pompeii or some of the other Mediterranean ruined communities), they make for a nice hour-long tour.

The Mediterranean Slow Cooker by Michele Scicolone http://www.amazon.com/dp/0547744455/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_FHggub13SHDBS

The Mediterranean Slow Cooker by Michele Scicolone http://www.amazon.com/dp/0547744455/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_FHggub13SHDBS

La Maison de Tunisie Terra Cotta Tile Collection ™ mediterranean floor tiles  @Tracey Jacobsen chubby stars!

La Maison de Tunisie Terra Cotta Tile Collection ™ mediterranean floor tiles @Tracey Jacobsen chubby stars!

Hand-thrown and hand-painted bowls and platters and pitchers from Le Source Ceramique; a small studio on the Mediterranean coast of Tunisia.

Hand-thrown and hand-painted bowls and platters and pitchers from Le Source Ceramique; a small studio on the Mediterranean coast of Tunisia.

Leo Africanus was born in Granada, in 1485, and died around 1554, in Tunisia - a traveler whose writings were Europe’s principal sources of information about Islam, for centuries. Educated in Morocco, he was an avid traveler, typically on commercial and diplomatic missions through North Africa. During one of his trips through the Mediterranean, he was captured by Christian pirates and, because he showed extraordinary intelligence, he was presented as a gift to Pope Leo X, as a slave, who…

Leo Africanus was born in Granada, in 1485, and died around 1554, in Tunisia - a traveler whose writings were Europe’s principal sources of information about Islam, for centuries. Educated in Morocco, he was an avid traveler, typically on commercial and diplomatic missions through North Africa. During one of his trips through the Mediterranean, he was captured by Christian pirates and, because he showed extraordinary intelligence, he was presented as a gift to Pope Leo X, as a slave, who…

Delicious Tunisian Chicken ( or chickpeas) with Carrots, Cous Cous and flavorful Green Harissa Yogurt Sauce. A one-pot meal that can be made in 45 mins

Delicious Tunisian Chicken ( or chickpeas) with Carrots, Cous Cous and flavorful Green Harissa Yogurt Sauce. A one-pot meal that can be made in 45 mins

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