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    That's okay, Mosaic! Actually, a discussion group would be cool, if, as you mentioned, people would actually participate. I started a Bollywood discussion group recently, but haven't seen any activity yet, although one person did join (thank you! ). A recipe and/or customs discussion group does sound like fun!

    Would you like to start one, Luna? I'll join if you do!

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    Middle Eastern food, when it is made right, is heaven on earth. But if it's not, it's horrible.

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    I don't really understand how the discussion groups work and I'm probably not the only one. Wouldn't a thread on cooking fit nicely in the "Other" forum? I've never noticed a lack of discussion on cultural relevance either. If someone wants to learn about these subjects why not just start a thread in a currant forum? I bet they would be really popular.

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    Yes absolutely Ariadne. I remember several cooking threads and culture discussions (also those not so much related to the dance) comes up now and then. You don't need a special forum to discuss these things. Just put it in other or off topic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyriine View Post
    Isn't this Middle Eastern? A Lamb Tagine?



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    Dear Cyriine,

    This looks like couscous Moroccan/Algerian style to me .. it's yummy, I was introduced to it at the age of 20 when I went to Paris. Born and raised in Egypt never had it this way

    Now I like to eat it both ways Egyptian style and Marrakesh style too. :-)

    Another note about Egyptian food it shouldn't be Indian spicy like hot or full of flavor.

    don't take me wrong I like Indian food .. but to point!!

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    Oh shame, I didn't know there were different styles.

    Yo Indian food can be lethal sometimes, if you ever get a chance to go to an Indian wedding you'll see how lethally spicy the food can be. The effects last a few days afterwards too if you know what i mean =[

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    That looks delicious!
    Quote Originally Posted by Cyriine View Post
    Isn't this Middle Eastern? A Lamb Tagine?



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