Summer Tagine Supper - TUES, THURS
Summer Tagine Supper - TUES, THURS
Summer Tagine Supper - TUES, THURS
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Summer Tagine Supper - TUES, THURS

Little Sesame

Unit price per
Regular price
$39.00

Field Update: That's it folks! Thursday, 7/9 was the last delivery date for Tagine Kits!- July 6

*no tagine required :) Let's make a super seasonal summer supper with guidance from Little Sesame!

Cook summer squash and greens, from The Farm at Sunnyside, in Little Sesame's flavor-filled tagine sauce. Ladle over couscous and don't forget to garnish with lots of herbs. Plenty of our pickles will round out supper :)

Want a little more oomph? Add-on cremini mushrooms from King Mushroom + some shwarma spice for a heartier tagine! Want more carbs? We've got pita from Mastiha Bakery!

This kit is great for two folks + leftovers. If you're making a salad or side for your table, it will feed 4 people. Cooking time is ~30 minutes. Vegan friendly!

And in case you don't normally cook tagine at home - fear not! Use the included recipe card or watch our instagram highlights after you receive your kit of

  • recipe card
  • couscous
  • tagine sauce made from coconut, turmeric, shawarma spice, chickpeas, onions, garlic (Little Sesame)
  • 1 bunch of greens (The Farm at Sunnyside)
  • 2 bunches of herbs (The Farm at Sunnyside)
  • 1 lb of summer squash (The Farm at Sunnyside)
  • side of cucumber pickles (Number 1 Sons)
  • 3 pickle varieties like Ramp Surprise, Cider Masala Beets, Spring Asparagus (Number 1 Sons)

optional add-ons

  • cremini mushrooms (King Mushroom) + shwarma seasoning -OR-
  • pita (Mastiha Bakery)

The Farm at Sunnyside is managed by Stacey and Casey. Nick from Little Sesame and the Number 1 Sons crew love visiting Rappahhannock County. We've all worked with with each other at different parts of our time in the DC-area food world. But, there's nothing quite like cooking a meal on the farm in the shadows of the Shenandoah Mountains.

The Farm at Sunnyside borders the Shenandoah National Park - read more about their conservation efforts on their website. We love visiting Sunnyside and learning about cover crops, compost, field rotation, food safety processes, and working with a seasonal farm staff - Stacey and Casey excel at all these things!