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Comments on Mrs. W's Kitchen: Lamb and Prune Tagine in a Pumpkin





Updated: 2016-09-24T10:56:54.588-04:00

 



Thanks so much, Angela!Since making this dish, I m...

2008-11-11T20:55:00.000-05:00

Thanks so much, Angela!

Since making this dish, I made another batch of the stew (in a pot) using two chicken thigh-leg pieces and two boneless pork chops. Although it was also delicious, it just wasn't as good without the pumpkin.



This is such a clever idea, Amanda! The pumpkin m...

2008-11-11T09:32:00.000-05:00

This is such a clever idea, Amanda! The pumpkin must have tasted amazing when scooped out afterwards.

Beautiful presentation, too!



Thank you, Elizabeth! Though I'm not sure it was ...

2008-11-07T13:14:00.000-05:00

Thank you, Elizabeth! Though I'm not sure it was brilliance as much as one of those "aha" moments. We enjoy tagines (in any form) here, too. I'll have to try apricots next time--yum!

BTW, I love the name Elizabeth--it's the name of my favorite aunt. :)



I adore tagines - we usually make ours in a wok (w...

2008-11-07T10:10:00.000-05:00

I adore tagines - we usually make ours in a wok (with prunes AND apricots) but what a cool idea to use a pumpkin as the vessel. You're brilliant

-Elizabeth



Thanks so much, Jeanne. It was super delicious--I...

2008-11-03T11:36:00.000-05:00

Thanks so much, Jeanne. It was super delicious--I've been thinking about it ever since that day. I must make more!



Oh wow - that's one of the cleverst uses for a pum...

2008-11-02T14:35:00.000-05:00

Oh wow - that's one of the cleverst uses for a pumpkin I have ever seen! I love tagines anyway and can imagine that the pumpkin flesh would be delicious served with those warm, spice lamb chunks. Thanks for an inspirational entry for WTSIM! Gourd bless!!



It makes me think of inside-out fondue.

2008-10-24T08:38:00.000-04:00

It makes me think of inside-out fondue.



Thanks for the link to that gratin-in-a-pumpkin--w...

2008-10-24T08:37:00.000-04:00

Thanks for the link to that gratin-in-a-pumpkin--wow, Michele, it looks fantastic! I have to bring something to an autumn party next weekend, and that might just be the thing!



P.S. Ruth notes: "Another helpful hint: If you bru...

2008-10-23T18:42:00.000-04:00

P.S. Ruth notes: "Another helpful hint: If you brush the outside of the pumpkin with oil, it will look better when it emerges. "



This is so cute.You might enjoy this recipe by Rut...

2008-10-23T18:41:00.000-04:00

This is so cute.

You might enjoy this recipe by Ruth Reichl: http://www.ruthreichl.com/?ID=3&page=17

My friend made it for me once and it was deliciously rich.



Thanks, Sam! It was a fun way to serve the food--...

2008-10-22T17:19:00.000-04:00

Thanks, Sam! It was a fun way to serve the food--and really highlighted the seasonal portion of the meal.



I love the presentation! cool idea!

2008-10-22T16:40:00.000-04:00

I love the presentation! cool idea!