[Sca-cooks] Desert Tribes?

Deborah Hammons mistressaldyth at gmail.com
Thu Jan 12 18:06:57 PST 2012

Thank You!!  And a cute kicker here.  The event steward thinks it will be
hard to find recipes that are simple enough to put up on the website so
that people can bring something authentic to the potluck feast.   I think I
can start with kabobs...


On Thu, Jan 12, 2012 at 7:01 PM, Terry Decker <t.d.decker at att.net> wrote:

> That could easily cover most of the regions between Xian and the Atlantic.
> For an hour, I would consider doing something like looking at Moorish food
> at the time of Tariq ibn Ziyad.  That would give you a period when there
> was an interesting collision of Berber, Arab and Visigoth cultures.  Then
> again, you might chose something easier to research, such as Food in the
> Travels of Ibn Battuta.
> Bear
>  Out from under the rock for a while.  :-))  I have been asked to teach
>> about middle eastern food at an event next month.  Their theme is the
>> "Desert Tribes".  What areas would that seriously cover?  Berbers?
>> Anything in the fertile crescent?  Since I have an hour, I would really
>> like to narrow it down a little.  Thanks everyone.
>> Aldyth
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