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  Britain.tv Wikipedia - Morocco   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Morocco claims that the Western Sahara is part of its territory and refers to that as its Southern Provinces.
The cuisine of Morocco has been influenced by the native Berber cuisine, the Arabic Andalusian cuisine; brought by the Moriscos when they left Spain, the Turkish cuisine from the Turkish and the Middle Eastern cuisines brought by the Arabs as well as the Jewish cuisine.
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The area of modern Morocco has been inhabited since Neolithic times, at least 8000 BC, as attested by signs of the Capsian culture, in a time when the Maghreb was less arid than it is today.
Morocco has set among its top priorities the protection of its legacy and the preservation of its cultural identity.
The cuisine of Morocco is a mix of Berber, Moorish, Middle Eastern, Mediterranean, and African cuisines.
www.direct-hotels-online.com /Morocco/Morocco.html   (925 words)

 Moroccan Food   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Morocco, the culinary star of North Africa, is the doorway between Europe and Africa.
semolina, is central to Morrocan cuisine and is often cooked with spices, vegetables, nuts, and raisins.
Moroccan sweets are rich and dense confections of cinnamon, almond, and fruit perfumes that are rolled in filo dough, soaked in honey, and stirred into puddings.
www.cuisinenet.com /glossary/morco.html   (289 words)

 Cuisine of Africa - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (via CobWeb/3.1 planetlab2.cs.umd.edu)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
This diversity is also reflected in African cuisine, in the use of basic ingredients as well as in the style of preparation and cooking techniques.
This is a region marked by geographic, political, social, economic and cultural diversity, and the cuisine and the culinary style and art of North Africa are also as diverse as the land, its people and its history.
Cuisine of South Africa and the neighboring countries is sometimes called rainbow cuisine and rightly so as the cuisine of South Africa and the countries around them have largely become polyglot cuisines, having influences of several immigrants which include Indians and Malaya, as well as Europeans.
en.wikipedia.org.cob-web.org:8888 /wiki/Cuisine_of_Africa   (1502 words)

 Eritrean cuisine - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This meal is typical of Eritrean and Ethiopian cuisine and represents a staple food.
The main traditional foods in Eritrean cuisine are tsebhis (stews) served with injera/taita (flatbread made from teff, wheat, or sorghum), and hilbet (paste made from legumes, mainly lentil, faba beans.
Eritrean and Ethiopian cuisine (especially in the northern half) are very similar, given the shared history of the two countries.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Cuisine_of_Eritrea   (313 words)

 Ethnic Cuisine   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Morocco's reigning monarch, King Hassan II, likens his country to a desert palm: "rooted in Africa, watered by Islam and rustled by the winds of Europe." A poetic description for a place which can appear mystical, magical and foreboding all at once.
The Atlantic Ocean is to the west, while the calm waters of the Mediterranean are due north and the harsher sands of the Sahara are to the south.
While spices have been imported to Morocco for thousands of years, many commonly-used raw ingredients are home-grown: mint and olives from Meknes, oranges and lemons from sunny Fez, prickly pear from Casablanca and shad from the Sebou river.
www.sallys-place.com /food/ethnic_cusine/morocco.htm   (2963 words)

 Cuisine of Morocco - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Being at the crossroads of many civilisations, the cuisine of Morocco has been influenced by the native Berber cuisine, the Arabic Andalusian cuisine; brought by the Moriscos when they left Spain, the Turkish cuisine from the Turkish and the Middle Eastern cuisines brought by the Arabs as well as the Jewish cuisine.
Further influences upon Moroccan cuisine came from the Morisco (Muslim refugees) who were expelled from Spain during the Spanish inquisition.
Traditionally, making good mint tea in Morocco is considered an art form and the drinking of it with friends and family members is one of the important rituals of the day.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Cuisine_of_Morocco   (1136 words)

 Morocco : search - Microuse virtual shopping mall
Sketches in Spain and Morocco (Sketches in Spain and Morocco)
Many of these refugees landed in northern Africa, specifically Morocco, and a unique cuisine was born of the marriage of Spanish, Moorish, and traditional Jewish culinary influences.
An indispensable guide to Morocco, whether you're trekking in the Atlas Mountains, strolling for bargains in the souks and medinas, or visiting the "Imperial Cities" of Fes, Marrakesh, and Rabat.
shopping.microuse.com /products/search/start.5/?q=Morocco   (430 words)

 Food and Drink in Morocco
Morocco's traditional, elaborate haute cuisine dishes are excellent, healthy and good value for money.
It is easy to see why Robert Carrier, celebrated cook and food writer, once described Moroccan food as among the most exciting in the world.The variety of ingredients and spices used is impressive.
Morocco's abundance of fresh, locally grown foodstuffs creates an abundance of a meat, fish, fruit, root vegetables, nuts and aromatic spices, so integral to typical Moroccan cuisine.
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 FOCUS on MOROCCO - Cuisine
oroccan cuisine is exotic!; It is extensive in its variety and remarkable in its taste and aroma.
French and Italian cuisine had a profound effect on the contemporary Moroccan cuisine as well.
Although there are many more delicious Moroccan dishes to be tasted before judging the superiority of Moroccan cuisine to the others we would like to apologise to offer only this much for the time being.
www.focusmm.com /morocco/mo_coumn.htm   (471 words)

 Fine Moroccan Cuisine in USA, Travel to Morocco   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Moroccan cuisine has strong routes in tradition and is rated as THE best in the world.
Although it is said to be the favoured drink of the Prophet, the truth behind the history of tea is the English who offloaded it in Tangier during the Crimean War.
This pastry is widely regarded as the crowning dish of Moroccan cuisine.
www.moroccotravelandtours.com /fine_moroccan_cuisine_in_usa.htm   (776 words)

 Amazon.ca: Couscous and Other Good Food from Morocco: Books: Paula Wolfert   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
From Morocco's national dish, couscous (for which Wolfert includes more than 20 different recipes), to delicacies such as Bisteeya (a pigeon pie made with filo, eggs, and raisins among other ingredients), Wolfert describes both the background of each recipe and the best way to prepare it.
Paula claims that Morocco fulfills all conditions and if I believe her presentation is accurate, I am willing to believe her case.
If one applies this criterion to all the cuisines I list in the first paragraph, it is clear this list has the ring of truth about it.
www.amazon.ca /Couscous-Other-Good-Food-Morocco/dp/0060147210   (2064 words)

 Morocco - Gurupedia
Morocco has annexed Western Sahara, but this is not universally recognised.
The King of Morocco is an active leader, although decreasingly so.
Morocco is divided into 37 provinces and 2 wilayas*: Agadir, Al Hoceima, Azilal, Beni Mellal, Ben Slimane, Boulemane,
www.gurupedia.com /m/mo/morocco.htm   (340 words)

 Annette Solyst's Travel Page for Morocco
Morocco did not disappoint: Since 1981, I have visited the country nine times, traveling between Atlantic and Atlas, Rif Mountains and Royal cities.
A trip in that corner of Morocco is spectacular: it covers fascinating cities as well as the most beautiful mountain regions of the country.
Culturally there is much diversity throughout the country: you can see it from the changing face of architecture to the cuisine of Morocco.
soly.st /Morocco/Morocco.html   (1099 words)

 Morocco: Menus & Recipes from Africa   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The cuisine of Morocco is rated among the best in the world, and rightly so.
The scents of coriander, cumin, saffron, marjoram, and onion mingle with the pungency of olive oil and the sweetness of sandalwood, mint, and roses, delighting the senses.
In Morocco, the Couscous is served in a large platter and each guest eats directly from it with a large spoon or he may roll the Couscous up in little balls and pop them into his mouth, but don't expect your guests to do this.
www.sas.upenn.edu /African_Studies/Cookbook/Morocco.html   (1802 words)

 A Big Slice : Morocco Recipes, Moroccan Cuisine
The cuisine of Morocco is considered one of the world's most diverse.
Influences include native Berber, Andalusian cuisine brought by the Moors when they left Spain, Middle Eastern and Turkish sources from the Arabs as well as Jewish styles.
One signature characteristic of Moroccan cuisine is cooking fruit with meat.
www.abigslice.com /moroccomain.html   (213 words)

 Morocco cuisine
Morocco is rated amongst the best in the world for its cuisine.
Couscous, the national dish of Morocco, would then be served with meat and vegetables followed by slices of melon or fruit and pastries made with honey and almonds.
Moroccan cuisine is rich in spices which only natural when you consider the spice trade from Arabia to North Africa.
www.propertyshowrooms.com /morocco/guide/cuisine-morocco.asp   (647 words)

 African Studies Center | Morocco Page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
In the 1992 constitution Morocco is a constitutional monarchy under King Hassan who so far has proved successful in fighting off islamists and other revolutionaries.
A referendum, promised by Morocco for 1992, did not take place even though UN forces arrived for supervision.
The Cornell Morocco project has been an ongoing collaborative effort between Cornell University and institutions in Morocco and Spain to improve the understanding of the geodynamics of the western Mediterranean (Alboran) region and the intracontinental development of the Atlas system, using geophysical and geological methods.
www.africa.upenn.edu /Country_Specific/Morocco.html   (434 words)

 Epcot, Epcot World Showcase, Morocco
This is evident in the supreme quality of the geometric patterns and mosaic art found throughout Morocco.
Bastilla appetizers (meat or seafood baked in a thin pastry with vegetables or almonds), traditional coucous, a number of lamb dishes, chicken brochettes and shisk kabobs are some of the culinary delights offered here.
Morocco is the only country in the World Showcase in which the government was actually involved in the design and construction of the pavilion.
www.wdwinfo.com /wdwinfo/guides/epcot/epws-morocco.htm   (540 words)

 Recipe Software and Books: The Scent of Orange Blossoms: Sephardic Cuisine from Morocco, Mamane, Danielle
When Spanish Jews fleeing the Inquisition settled in Morocco, they combined culinary elements of the three cultures into a vibrant new one.
The dishes that resulted follow the traditions and biblical prohibitions of the Sephardim, and marry together foods available in Morocco along with ingredients and culinary refinements brought from Spain.
SCENT OF THE ORANGE BLOSSOMS celebrates this cuisine, presenting the elegant and captivating flavors passed down through generations of Jews in Morocco.
www.primasoft.com /recipes/cuisine/cooking_Greek_book_52.htm   (411 words)

 Friends of Morocco
The cuisine that resulted follows the traditions and biblical prohibitions of the Sephardim, and combined the foods then available in Morocco with ingredients and culinary refinements brought from Spain.
North African cuisine, couscous is a hot trend in contemporary cooking--and author Kitty Morse is here with the most exciting and inventive ways to get couscous beyond the land of Casablanca and straight into your kitchen.
The North African pasta known as couscous is a form of cracked wheat eaten as a cereal, with meat and vegetables as a main dish, or with fruit and nuts as a dessert.
friendsofmorocco.org /Food/cookbooks.htm   (1631 words)

 Morocco Food & Dining | iExplore.com
Morocco’s traditional haute cuisine dishes are excellent and good value for money.
They are often exceedingly elaborate, based on a diet of meat and sweet pastries.
Morocco offers a variety of entertainment from casinos, bars, discos, restaurants and nightclubs, often with belly dancing.
www.iexplore.com /dmap/Morocco/Dining   (311 words)

 Welcome to cox&kingsusa.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The Kingdom of Morocco boasts astonishing natural beauty and an extraordinarily rich and varied cultural heritage.
Experience one of the world’s great cuisines while luxuriating in former palace residences of viziers, pashas and sultans.
The excellent cuisine which you will sample in abundance, is inspired by the fresh Atlantic seafood and Rabat's strong historical ties with France.
www.coxandkingsusa.com /L3/afri/africa_L3_5_morody.html   (418 words)

 Food   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The cuisine of Morocco is rated in the best in the world, and rightly so.
Morocco's diverse cultural tradition gives strong influence to the cuisine as well.
The influence of the diet of the Bedouin Arabs in Morocco includes dates, milk, smeun (the aged butter), grain, and the Arab bread and pasta.
international.fullerton.edu /morocco/food.htm   (115 words)

 Friends of Morocco recipes
Ø Morocco USA — a Chicago-based organization whose mission is to serve the Moroccan community in the USA and abroad
La cuisine marocaine, l'une des meilleures cuisine au monde, avec ces plats uniques comme le couscous, les tajines, ses pâtisseries à base de miel et d'amandes,.
Argan Oil: The newest oil in the American pantry, one that is intriguing chefs enough that they are developing dishes to showcase it, is argan, from Morocco.
friendsofmorocco.org /Food/recipes.htm   (2135 words)

 About Morocco - Local Crafts and Cuisine   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Moroccan cuisine is a reflection of the country’s rich cultural history.
The Arabs, who invaded Morocco in the 7th Century, enlivened Moroccan cuisine with sweet and sour combinations of spices, nuts, dates, honey, and milk.
French colonists left a lasting impression on Moroccan cuisine with gifts of wine and pastries.
www.moroccanamericantrade.com /craft.cfm   (126 words)

 Amazon.com: The Scent of Orange Blossoms: Sephardic Cuisine from Morocco: Books: Kitty Morse,Danielle Mamane,Owen Morse   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The Scent of Orange Blossoms: Sephardic Cuisine from Morocco by Kitty Morse
A celebration of Jewish cuisine that came from the interaction between Jews and Moslems in North Africa and Spain.
I spent three wonderful years living in Morocco and although I learned many recipes from Moroccan neighbors and some from Kitty herself, I have found in her latest book new combinations of spices, fresh vegetables and meats that I can't wait to try.
www.amazon.com /Scent-Orange-Blossoms-Sephardic-Morocco/dp/1580082696   (1839 words)

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