a sheer delight to watch the Bedouins prepare their
favourite meal in such a traditional manner –
and it is delicious too.The bread to be served with
the meal is also baked in hot sand. This is dusted
down and sliced and served with a variety of Tunisian
appetisers. Dinner is often served with a dose of
local musicians and dancers.
eat tuna a lot and you will find that most of their
starters comprise of a tuna salad of some sort followed
by the traditional ‘brik’, a deep fried
triangular pastry pocket with whole egg, chopped
onion, tuna, harissa and parsley. In Chenini this
will be followed by a good-sized bowl of traditionally
prepared couscous to be shared.