But what came out of my oven about an hour later reminded me exactly of the ubiquitous tagines served in Morocco that I’d had. But I’m all grown up now and these days, in Paris, behind the gare du Nord, there are a bunch of Indian restaurants and markets that I’ve started to explore.After all, a tagine is basically just a simple braise; it’s the handful of fragrant spices that give it the flavor of the Kasbah. And for those who want to be absolutely authentic, next time you’re going to make a pie, begin by harvesting and grinding the wheat yourself. (A favorite is the enormous VT Cash & Carry, 11-15 rue de Cail.) And I’ve been sampling some of the various Indian and Sri Lankan places scattered about, too.The smaller location does not have the storage area to continue to buy or sell instruments.We are also no longer going to be able to do restoration or repair work at this time.How lucky are we, to have two directors working on Henry's projects that take the time to share moments like these with his fans.
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