morocco

Mint tea

February 2, 2009
Imagine wandering the maze-like souks of Marrakech, merchants are calling to you to take a look at their wares, sapphire-blue water jugs and exotic colored ceramics surround you, intricate carpets of every color, multi-colored sli...
April 3, 2009
Exotic aromas of ginger, coriander, and cinnamon mingle in the streets. Fine mounds of spices tower like sand pyramids in the dusty souks of Morocco.  Deep red paprika, vibrant yellow turmeric, beige sesame, green olives and lemo...
April 12, 2009
Stuffed with almond paste, dusted with confectionery sugar and flaking with each bite, Moroccan pastries are reserved for special occasions. Cooking is regarded as an extravagant art. Large meals are prepared for births, circumcis...
June 16, 2010
Moroccan cuisine is the culinary star of North Africa. Imperial and trade influence has been filtered and blended into Morocco's culture. Being at the crossroads of many civilizations, the cuisine of Morocco is a mélange of Arab,...
January 30, 2019
Morocco’s tradition of tea dates back to the 12th century BC. There are various theories on the origin of tea in the Maghreb. Some say the Berbers (Amazigh) imported tea from Asia, while others believe that Queen Anne Stuart of ...
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