Posts Tagged ‘Moroccan cuisine’

Handmade Moroccan confectioneries

Saturday, August 24th, 2013

As well as simply being delicious, Moroccan confectioneries are encompassed by important cultural significance from the very first stages of their production to their final destinations on the tables of families.

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Orange juice stalls: Jemaa al-Fnaa

Thursday, August 22nd, 2013

If you speak to anyone who has traveled to the red city of Marrakech, one thing they will not forget to mention are the famous orange juice stalls that are colourfully scattered through the central square of Jemaa al-Fnaa.

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Camel milk in Morocco

Sunday, August 4th, 2013

For adventurous food lovers, Marrakech has an exciting scope of dishes and specialties to test your taste buds with. Camel milk, for example is a staple quite commonly drank by the Moroccan people. The milk retains a quite a sweet aftertaste and is usually drank on its own after dinner. Camel’s milk is highly nutritious […]

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Moroccan fruit

Sunday, July 28th, 2013

During your stay in Morocco you will see that it is often custom for a variety of fresh fruits to be eaten for desert in place of the confectioneries that we might be more used to back in the UK for example. Grapes, pineapples, plums, dates and melon are but a few of the favorites […]

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