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Flavors of Morocco: Delicious Recipes from North Africa

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Moroccan food is sensual exotic, and a feast for the eyes. In "Flavors of Morocco", Ghillie Basan brings you tantalizing recipes for authentic Moroccan food, allowing you to recreate the scents and flavors of this fascinating culinary tradition at home. Follow simple Kemsia and Salad recipes such as Garlicky Fava Bean Dip or Carrot and Cumin Salad with Orange Blossom Water ...more
Hardcover, 159 pages
Published March 1st 2008 by Ryland Peters & Small
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Elizabeth Theiss
I love Moroccan cooking and Ghillie Basan has managed to describe precisely how to reproduce the cuisine in an American kitchen. I have cooked dozens of recipes from this book and it continues to inspire. Tonight I cooked a nicely spiced harira, the meaty soup eaten to break the Ramadan fast in the evening.
Jane Crosen
One of our favorite cookbooks. The recipes are classically authentic, simple to prepare, and delicious, and the photos are enticing--a virtual trip to Morocco with a wonderful guide. An inspiring and friendly book!
Beautifully illustrated book with great information on the history of food and traditions in Morocco. Can't wait to try out a few of the recipes... Starting with the bean tagine. Yum!
Holly S. Warah
Gorgeous photographs which inspire me to cook ... And so far the recipes I've tried have turned out fabulously.
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Enjoyable, but nothing jumped out at me that I absolutely HAD to make.

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One of my all-time favorite cook books.
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