When picturing the majestic landscapes of Morocco, one might compare it to an image right off of an artist's canvas; bright with colorful scenery and rich with storytelling history. And for wine enthusiasts this compelling country is no less intriguing.
Chef Moumen shows you how to make authentic Moroccan couscous with vegetables and lamb in this video.
Morocco is known for its lively streets, filled with the sounds of vendors selling spices, produce, household items and homemade goods in open-air markets. Somewhere, someone is playing music, and there is always, always the smell of delicious food. Kafta is one of those foods.
Kous Kous invites you to spend your Valentine's Day lounging, laughing, and eating with us in our romantic, warm atmosphere. Treat your date to this prix fixe offering for the perfect night out, and one you two won't soon forget!
What vegetables go with Moroccan food? everything goes with Moroccan food, especially the ones on this list.
If there's a correlation between the time it takes to prepare food, and a good result, then Moroccan food would qualify as one of the best cuisine in the world! Yes, it takes a while to prepare a Moroccan meal, but the results are well worth the wait!
Moroccan cuisine truly reflects a spectrum of regional and international flavors. It begins with the nation's Berber heritage, but also showcases the flavors and spices of long-time alliances and trading partners from the Mediterranean and Arabic cultures, with just a touch of influence from Europe, which is only eight miles away across the Strait of Gibraltar.
Eating food with your hands is an age-old Moroccan tradition. But don't jump to the conclusion that anything goes -- there are rules of etiquette to follow, just as there are in American culture. Here are a few tips to help you feel less awkward when dining with a Moroccan family.
Mention Moroccan cuisine to your friends, and you'll very likely draw curiosity and interest. Words like mysterious, exotic, and foreign will immediately creep into the conversation. Many food enthusiasts are ready to reach beyond their comfort zones, but they often find themselves stymied by the delectable array of choices before them
Traditional Moroccan desserts highlight the aromatic flavors of almond, pistachio, cinnamon, oranges and dates. From pastries to pudding, find the dessert that complements your Moroccan meal.