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This Moroccan Rotisserie Chicken tickled our palates with delight

Today, we created a Moroccan paste for this rotisserie chicken, which we spit-roasted on our backyard grill.


The Poor Eggs are in Purgatory with Turkey Sausage

Eggs in Purgatory, or shakshuka, is a staple of Middle Eastern cruise, which is popular in Morocco, Egypt, and Israel. We added turkey sausage.


A day late but not a dip short

We made two dips: a spicy spinach dip, which is our go-to, and roasted red pepper and garlic hummus, which is fun because hummus provides a versatile canvas.


Nothing, we mean nothing, beats smoking a whole chicken

We chuckle when we see a $25 chicken breast on a restaurant menu. We love chicken, but it’s not meant to be expensive. Its affordability is part of its splendor. The $25 chicken entrée, though, has plenty of defenders. They herald its deliciousness. They vividly describe how tender and full of flavor it is. And, […]