November 2, 2012

Cordoba and the Moors

  Cordoba’s Mezquita was once the centre of Islamic life in Spain, but the Moors brought more than just romantic architecture.            Patio life In the time of the Moors life centred around the patio, which was the setting for family and social life, and the Moors had
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Jmaa el Fna, The restaurant at the end of the world

  Camel’s head, sheep’s testicle, calf’s feet and plenty less exotic treats – all to be had at Marrakech’s famous open-air restaurant.          In 2008, Paula Wolfert’s book, Couscous and Other Good Food from Morocco, won the Cookbook Hall Of Fame award, twenty-five years
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