Exercise Ball sized Cactus, Jardin de Cactus, Lanzarote, Canary Islands
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Stay 2005 / Marc Forster
"Brooklyn bridge" from Stay by Stefanie Schneider
Shakshouka (شكشوكة = “a mix”) is a dish of eggs poached in a sauce of tomatoes, peppers, and onions, often spiced with cumin. It’s believed to be of Tunisian origin. It is likely that it was first known as chakchouka, a Berber word meaning “vegetable ragout”. Chakchouk also is a common surname in Tunisia. Shakshouka is a staple of Tunisian, Libyan, Algerian, Moroccan, and Egyptian cuisines, usually as a breakfast. According to food writer Claudia Roden, Tunisian cooks sometimes add artichoke hearts, potatoes, and broad beans to the dish.