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Sep 19, 2005 04:28 PM

Looking for a Morrocan Tagine... the cooking vessel

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I'm looking especially for the cooking type but also the serving tagines.


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  1. 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.

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    1. re: Jane

      Actually Boujadi sells the pots. I think they might just be the serving ones, but you could ask. The price, if I recall, wasn't outrageous either.

    2. Try Degrees Kitchen Store on Yonge.

      1. 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!

        1. I'll follow up with the one I get.
          Thanks again.

          1. 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.