Looking for a Morrocan Tagine... the cooking vessel
- Mila Sep 19, 2005 04:28 PM
I'm looking especially for the cooking type but also the serving tagines.
I've seen them at a little "world beat" shop on Queen West (between University and Spadina) called "El Mundo Diseno." Given the high quality finish and decoration, I suspect these are the "serving" version -- I know I'd be afraid of putting it in the oven! You might also try calling the restaurant Boujadi and asking who their supplier is.
I swear by my Le Creuset tagine - bloody expensive but you know it's quality and will do the job without having to worry about paint flaking or leaching into your food.
I got mine at the Ashley sale last November, but any Le Creuset supplier should be able to get them for you! I saw one at Williams and Sonoma, so any store that sells Le Creuset pots should be able to get one for you!
They are on display at Millie's on Avenue Road north of Wilson but I don't know if they sell them. They are beautiful works of art as well as functional.