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Rosina's Moroccan Cuisine By Rosine Knafo
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Moroccan Cookbook, Moroccan Recipes, Baked goods, Desserts, Soups, Breads, Salads, Tagines, Chicken, Meat dishes, Middle Eastern, Couscous, Pastries, Jewish recipes, Vegetarian
Rosina's Moroccan Cuisine By Rosine Knafo
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Moroccan Cookbook, Moroccan Recipes, Baked goods, Desserts, Soups, Breads, Salads, Tagines, Chicken, Meat dishes, Middle Eastern, Couscous, Pastries, Jewish recipes, Vegetarian
THE MOORS AND MOROCCAN CUISINE By FAHEEM JUDAH-EL D.D.
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The Moorish Muslims, left a lasting legacy for Spain – they did not simply occupy the country; they brought the cultural of Africa, Ethiopia, Egypt, The Nile Valley into Europe, they were... More > not’ invaders and usurpers’ but ‘Master Teachers’ of the Kemetic -Nubian reservoir of knowledge’ of Kemet, Mali, and Timbuktu. The Moors helped plant the roots of the European Renaissance. Obviously the great palaces, castle and mosques of Moorish times are amongst Spain’s greatest tourist attractions – and rightly so – but also, pomegranates, oranges, lemons, aubergines, artichokes, cumin, coriander, bananas, almonds, saffron, sugar-cane, cotton, rice, figs, grapes, peaches and apricots were all introduced by the Moors. www.lulu.com/egipt< Less
THE MOORS AND MOROCCAN CUISINE By FAHEEM JUDAH-EL D.D.
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The Moorish Muslims, left a lasting legacy for Spain – they did not simply occupy the country; they brought the cultural of Africa, Ethiopia, Egypt, The Nile Valley into Europe, they were... More > not’ invaders and usurpers’ but ‘Master Teachers’ of the Kemetic -Nubian reservoir of knowledge’ of Kemet, Mali, and Timbuktu. The Moors helped plant the roots of the European Renaissance. Obviously the great palaces, castle and mosques of Moorish times are amongst Spain’s greatest tourist attractions – and rightly so – but also, pomegranates, oranges, lemons, aubergines, artichokes, cumin, coriander, bananas, almonds, saffron, sugar-cane, cotton, rice, figs, grapes, peaches and apricots were all introduced by the Moors. www.lulu.com/egipt< Less
Simply Moroccan By Zakia Arrachidi-Thom
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Simply Moroccan Cuisine is an easy to follow guide to creating authentic Moroccan food.
Moroccan Pastry Recipes By Ahmed Mansour
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Moroccan Pastry Recipes, is an easy to follow guide to creating authentic Moroccan pastry recipes using step-by-step instructions with pictures for 40 easy tasty and exotic dessert and pastry.
Moroc Cuisine By Jmaes Newton
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Moroc Cuisine is a cookbook which contains recipes from North Africa. Cook traditional Tagines, kebabs, fish, chicken, lamb dishes or make deserts to eat with traditional flavoured teas. An ideal... More > cookbook for your ebook collection.< Less
Middle East Cuisine By James Newton
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This is a comprehensive ecookbook on the Middle Eastern region, it covers recipes from Turkey, Iraq, Jordan, Syria, Lebanon, Egypt, Morocco, UAE and many more locations. The recipes contained in this... More > book are full of eastern flavour covering categories such as: Breads, Dips, Soups, Couscous, Salads, Pastry (Pies), Rices, Meat, Chicken, Fish, Vegetarian, Deserts, Sweets.< Less
Amazing Morocco Recipes: Unique & Delicious By R. D. Dalen
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The strong Arab influence found in two of the royal cities, Fez and Marrakech, contributed greatly to Moroccan cuisine, as did the Andalusian sensibilities of Tetuan and the Jewish traditions from... More > the coastal city of Essaouira. Aspects of all of these cultures can be found in four of the best-loved Moroccan dishes: couscous, plumped semolina grains which are served with a variety of toppings; bisteeya, a delectable three-layer pie which is both savory and sweet and wrapped in the thinnest of pastry; mechoui, tender roasted lamb; and djej emshmel, succulent roasted chicken cooked with olives and lemon. The Moroccans are quick to point out that the best meals are found not in the restaurants but in the homes. Enjoy the recipes!< Less
Tanjia Marrakchia By E.P. Lenderking
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Tanjia Marrakchia is a cookery book of Moroccan cuisine in all its glory and infinite variation. A celebration of regional and home cooking, the book provides the reader with a useful guide to... More > seasonality in Moorish Cuisine, its ingredients, its origins and influences, as well as over 110 recipes, tried and tested in a professional kitchen, but adapted for the home kitchen. Taste Morocco through the pages, and learn about this great culture and cuisine.< Less

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