As a family we range from hard core foodie to toddler-ish picky. I wish this was an exaggeration, but it absolutely is not; so international travel has been wildly interesting from every angle possible.
When we think about Morocco, we obviously think of its rich and varied cuisine : delicious couscous, tasty harira soups, briouates, glorious myriad tagines, msemens, pastries and mint tea.
Indeed, the aromatic cuisines are deeply rooted in the country’s heritage; you can even organize a night to taste famous mint tea accompanied by msemens (Moroccan pancakes) during a camel ride, or enjoy a delicious tajine.
Morocco is also a country of street food. Marrakesh has even been ranked among the world’s top destinations for street food by CNN! Among the specialties offered in the stalls of the Jemaa El Fna square, you can enjoy fresh squeezed juices, crepes, kefta or merguez kebabs, a spicy escargot broth, the famous mechoui, or even sheep’s head!
We are from a food State, Texas. We have an immense love for and are known for: Delicious Mexican Food, Gorgeous BBQ, Flavorful Cajun Food, Varieties of Indian Food and even Ethiopian Food! We love it all, but after living in Morocco, we unequivocally have fallen in love with the rich flavors and fragrant tastes in the region.