Traveling Tajine Project Update #2 + Other Notes

Wednesday, February 4, 2009

Ann over at Sacatomato made another go with the tajine before having to pass it on over to Jackie over at Cherry Soup. A delicious lamb tajine with cilantro, saffron, pearl onions and other goodness it's a great recipe to try out or adapt for a more conventional casserole type meal. Be sure to check it out!

In addition to that, a few other various updates. School is back in full swing and I am beginning work on my graduate thesis soon. It's still being tinkered with but I am starting to focus my other projects and papers into this central 80-100 page report I am starting to research. Expect me to come to you all for help and assistance in a few weeks. I think this blog will act as an amazing forum for insights, ideas, and resources for research and rhetoric that I might not have come upon on my own. All and all, expect some more academic crap up on this here blog. 

Also, I found a kumquat tree on campus. Now I think I found a loquat tree. Not sure yet as it's not fruiting (have to wait for summer), but time will tell. Thanks for pointing it out Helen!


  1. Know what I have on my campus? Ice. Angry geese. Rock salt.

    Lucky you, kumquats and loquats...

  2. Shouldn't citrus be fruiting now?

  3. There are two tall loquat trees in the Cruess Hall courtyard.

  4. You have such a beautiful blog, so lovely pictures! Congrats!

  5. Loquat season is actually about April-May. Loquats aren't citrus but are more closely related to pommes such as apples. THe name loquat is similar to knumquat due to their Chinese regional ancestry.


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