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A MoroccanFeast

By Elizabethwix

One of the delights of going anywhere is sampling the food.Another is discovering instant folk art.

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Here is a little restaurant just off derb Dabachi where the painter of the awning has had fun depicting the local specialities. Internationally famous chefs apparently approve... Arabic is written phonetically --unlike pesky English. No prizes for guessing who Jimmy Hollver is!

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Robert's favorite olive seller in the Mellah Market.

 He likes his olives extra spicy.

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How they glisten!

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Good,  fresh, raw ingredients are the key to good cooking....... 

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What abundance! Strawberries are in season now.

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A simple couscous with seven vegetables at

 Grand Cafe de la Poste.

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Salads for Sunday lunch at Villa Riad el Arsa.
Notice the one with oranges and strawberries and  cucumber
 and mint and all the little decorations round the edges.

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And for dessert --oranges again and strawberries.
 Imagine having so much fruit and so many veggies you scarcely know what to do with it all...

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Then little pastries with nuts and honey. The ones on the top row look like ripe figs.
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