The kitchens of Morocco combine European infusion, Arab trade and age-old custom. These elements form a cuisine that reflects a vibrant and lively culture. The essence of Moroccan food -- from spiced couscous to sweet mint tea -- is captured and celebrated in this comprehensive guide. Whether you are travelling the country or expanding your own pantry, Morocco's true culinary spirit is here for the tasting.
-- the essential guide to the culture of eating & drinking in Morocco
-- exploring cookery as a form of expression for Moroccan women
-- the definitive culinary dictionary, quick-reference glossary and useful phrases for every food & drink occasion
-- tantalising photography & recipes
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