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Everything You Need to Know About Tunisian Brik

A visit to Tunisia is not complete unless you have tried the famous Tunisian Brik. This is a delicious dish which can be commonly found in any homecooked meals or at Tunisian restaurants. What is Tunisian Brik? Brik or “breek” is an appetizer very easy to prepare. It consists of...
Bottles of Cosmetic Argan Oil

Everything You Need to Know About Moroccan Argan Oil

Everyone visiting Morocco will inevitably visit one of the local souks (market).  If you visit a souk in the south of Morocco, you will find many vendors selling this golden-brown liquid.  When a shop owner offers you a piece of bread and tells you to take a dip and...
Moroccan Lamb Tagine with Prunes

Cooking Class in Morocco: Fes or Marrakech

Moroccan cuisine is world-famous and there are good reasons for this. Delicious tajines with steaming hot vegetables and meat, mixed with an assortment of spices bursts with flavours and you will want to try them all before your tour is over. Or take a spoon and dig into a...

Everything You Need to Know About Moroccan Tagine

Following our popular article on everything you need to know about Tunisian Harissa, we will now explore Moroccan cuisine to discover the world famous Moroccan tagine.  Disclaimer: Reading this article may make you extremely hungry. You have been warned! What is a Moroccan...
Chocolate Pastries

Halawiyat Tounsia: Baking Passion into Business in Djerba

If you are walking near downtown Houmt Souk in Djerba, you might smell the sweet aroma of delicious pastries and sweets coming from Halawiyat Tounsia before you even see this small bakery. I happened to visit Halawiyat Tounsia on a rainy day, yet customers were still rushing...
Homemade Tunisian Harissa

Everything You Need to Know About Tunisian Harissa (Chili Paste)

A visit to Tunisia is not complete until you have tasted Tunisian harissa! This popular Tunisian condiment is sometimes described as the national condiment of Tunisia. In fact, Tunisian harissa is becoming increasingly popular worldwide and many spicy food lovers are calling it...