After receiving a Tagine this past holiday I realized two things:
I had never eaten food cooked in a Tagine
I had exactly zero idea how to cook in a Tagine
Oh, I had seen Tagines on display and actually in use in the south of France, but till now my culinary skills did not include cooking in pottery, save for my Crockpot. So what was this Tagine, and could I actually cook food in it (without blowing it up)?