Sweet, sour, and delicate : Hibiscus syrup is THE flavour of February. No matter if you are celebrating Love – aka Valentine’s Day – or Black History Month, this ingredient is perfect! … More How to use Hibiscus syrup? AKA EPICurious Pantry Bissap Juice
Razel’hanout is a North African curry. Exotic, delicate and flavorful it also has the advantage to not be hot or salty which makes it a very versatile spice blend. Here are 6 ideas on how to use it. … More How do I use Razel’hanout ?
Today, we are going to Asia with a traditional meal from one of my friends : 李書涵.
It’s a recipe usually prepared for the Dragon-Boat Festival, also very popular in China.
This treat is pretty time consuming so make it an afternoon family activity! … More Taiwanese cuisine : 粽子
Halloween is my favorite celebration of the year.
I get all excited, creative and crafty when I realize all of the options that I have.
In order to limit the excuses for not celebrating, the theme this year will be: How to organize a Halloween party in no time? … More Halloween in a hurry!
October is also a great moment to enjoy dates. During our trip to the desert, we crossed many date farms and most of the trees had rip fruits. There is many different types of dates: longer, smaller, darker, juicy or dry, … But all are delicious, it is hard to find a favorite. However, I … More Dates, oh sweet dates !
It is pretty common to find a dish called “Moroccan salad” on the menus of Moroccans restaurants. The name might be the same in every place, but what they will serve you can be very different! There are a lot of different types of “Moroccan salads”. You can ask what type they have before ordering, but … More Moroccan Salads
Marrakech can really be an overwhelming city! The sounds, the smell, the sellers trying to catch your attention everywhere, … When visiting this city, you NEED a safe and relaxing place when all of the stress gets released. With no hesitation, this place is the Majorelle garden. This garden was conceived by a French artist: … More The Majorelle Garden in Marrakech – a MUST in such buzzing city!
The harira is a very popular soup in all Morocco. It is a very hearty/filling soup, eaten usually in the morning during the Ramadan in order to fast until the sunset. You can find it easily in the main square of Marrakech for only 3 dirhams per bowl. It is very comforting and welcomed during the … More Harira: The Emblematic Moroccan Soup
You can’t go to Morocco and not have a glass of tea. Moroccans drink it all day long at any occasion. To start the day, finish a meal, take a break, start a negotiation, etc. They never miss an opportunity to warm the teapot! Tea is usually offered in restaurants and if you enter a … More Tea in Morocco: a Symbol of Hospitality
Like I said in another post, Morocco is a country of traditions. One of them is still very present in the culture: the Hammam. Besides the obvious relaxing aim of such dispositive in foreigners mind, there is another reason why Hammams are so popular and present all over the country. In fact, a lot of … More The Hammam experience in Marrakech