Saturday, November 27, 2010

Fez Deli

Hot on the heels of the launch of Cafe Clock's cookbook comes a range of Moroccan preserves and oils now available at the Clock.

A combined effort by Cafe Clock's kitchen and Gail Leonard of Fez Foods, the range includes two types of olive oil from Moulay Idriss and Ksebi, almond butter and zmita (ground almonds, seeds and sugar). There are preserves such as balsamic, fig and ras al-hanout relish and watermelon molasses, and several jams including caramelised watermelon and mint, fig and hibiscus, plum and ginger, fig, lemon and orange marmelade, and saffron, orange and carrot marmelade.

The goodies are beautifully packaged and well-priced and will make good presents for the festive season.

1 comment:

Piggy said...

Marmalade or Marmelade?
I look forward to trying all the items mentioned.