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What do you know about cooking with a Tagine?

Discussion in 'Social Life, Food & Drink, Travel' started by Despos, Jan 13, 2011.

  1. pebblegrain

    pebblegrain Well-Known Member

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    I love cooking gadgets as much as anyone but if you think this particular design of earthenware will make a slow-cooked food differently than any other high-density cookware, you are nuts.

    That said, if you want one, get a glass Hario.
     
  2. kaxixi

    kaxixi Well-Known Member

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    I have never cooked in a Tagine. I am only posting to say that I recently saw them for sale for reasonable prices at Ikea, of all places.
     
  3. random-adam

    random-adam Well-Known Member

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    I have never cooked in a Tagine. I am only posting to say that I recently saw them for sale for reasonable prices at Ikea, of all places.

    Neither have I -- and the Ikea model, sadly, is made of teflon-coated aluminum.

    I swear by my dolsot and the enameled cast-iron dutch oven. I'll have to look into this Tagine business.
     
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    kwilkinson Well-Known Member

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  5. foodguy

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    I love cooking gadgets as much as anyone but if you think this particular design of earthenware will make a slow-cooked food differently than any other high-density cookware, you are nuts.

    there are, of course, very good cooks and centuries of tradition that would argue against that. in almost every culture that uses clay pots for cooking, different shapes have evolved for use with certain dishes.
     

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