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Couscous with Pine Nuts and Almonds

A tasty alternative to rice; serve hot as a side dish or cold as a salad. Good with grilled meats, chicken, or fish.

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peanut-soup-with-rice-and-scallions

Peanut Soup with Rice and Scallions

Instead of white cubes of tofu bobbing in this African-style, soup where they look decidedly odd, I puree the tofu with a portion of the ...

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fricassee-giraumon

Fricassee Giraumon

Marla Gooriah, who was born on the island of Mauritius, off the coast of Africa, came to the United States in 1979. Like most immigrants,...

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Couscous with Vegetables

Couscous, a staple of North African cuisine, is my all-time favorite to serve with a spicy meal. It is also a great alternative to rice.

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African Peanut Soup

Peanut butter sounds like a strange ingredient to base a soup on, but believe us, it works. This mouth-watering soup tastes nothing like ...

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Cape Town Sosaties

Sosaties are a South African barbecue favorite, consisting of kebabs in a spicy marinade. Originally, lamb was the meat of choice for the...

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Chicken Peanut Butter Stew

This is a variation on an African stew. For more authenticity, use yams instead of sweet potatoes.

by Barbara Kafka and Christopher Styler

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South African Bobotie

Elizabeth Herz was born and raised in South Africa, where her mother cooked with local ingredients (including ostrich eggs). Chicken eggs...

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Chicken Tagine with Apricots, Raisins, and Almonds

When I’m traveling around Manhattan and develop a sudden hunger, I drop into one of my favorite corner restaurants where they serve...

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harissa

Harissa

On a recent trip to Tunisia, I saw a cooking demonstration in which harissa was prepared in several different ways. Frankly, I came away ...

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