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!
When you think of healthy food, what comes to mind? Do you picture bland salads and flavorless meals? A common misconception is that anything tasty or delicious is most likely unhealthy. This, of course, is false as there are unlimited varieties of tasty Moroccan meals that are actually good for your health.
Planning food for a party can be a headache! These tips will help you relax and put together a DIY summer party. Whether you’re planning a college graduation party, a birthday, or a welcome home party, these scrumptious tips will make your guests happy.
Did you buy too much lunch meat and you’re not getting through it fast enough? You might not have known that you can freeze it! It’s tough to find the courage to open the trash can lid and throw away a whole pack of meat or a whole loaf of bread because you didn’t eat it fast enough. Close the trash can lid, and place it in the freezer for later.
There’s something about food that makes people happy. It comes in many flavors, you find it in different parts of the world, it’s sweet, it’s savory, it’s sour. Food can be prepared and altered to be extra tasty, and sometimes it’s good enough straight from the tree or vine you pick it from.
If you're thinking of cooking Moroccan food at home, there are many essential ingredients to choose from. The ingredients add a unique flavor to each meal with both sweet and savory essentials that will satisfy anyone’s preference of food. These are seven of the many essential ingredients in Moroccan food:
Morocco’s Blue City is becoming the new “it” place. Located in Chefchaouen, the city gets its nickname from the beautiful blue buildings. To get into the spirit of spring, the Blue City is an ideal place to visit in Morocco.