Help me cook slowly
November 14, 2012 12:58 AM Subscribe
Can you recommend a reputable online store from which I can purchase a quality north African tagine? (For cooking in, not serving) Must ship to Australia at a rate that's not a multiple of the cost of the tagine itself.
posted by deadwax to food & drink (5 answers total) 1 user marked this as a favorite
I'm looking for specific recommendations from people who have purchased similar things or at least used the company before. This is not an area of goods I shop in, well, ever, really. Bonus points for places that understand what they are selling and can advise on how to treat the tagine and so on.
I can find some hits with the aid of Google, but either the companies offer mainly mass produced modern interpretations of tagines or have next to no stock or very dated half-arsed internet presence. I may end up using one of them but I'll see what other people think first.
I'm not able to drop in anywhere as I'm in remote WA until christmas, and this is a christmas present.