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'Around the World in 80 Plates' Heads to Marrakech, Morocco

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268de0ed2cbcf2ef9524c854b5e51bb7.jpsqdklqsjdklqjskkjlekagThe chefs on Bravo’s "Around the World in 80 Plates" are driven, but they're also cut-throat in the May 30th episode when the show heads to Marrakech, Morocco. As contestants are eliminated one by one, alliances are being made, and those alliances are more about personality than cooking chops.

As the remaining nine contestants race through Marrakech's medina, it's clear they don't all get along.


Get A Taste Of Morocco With This Beef Tagine Recipe

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WWBeefTagineqsdfmqkjflkqjsfkljsdf5sd52465A good friend of mine went to Morocco a few years ago and brought back a recipe using a tagine, a two-part cooking vessel that has a large circular bowl shaped bottom and a conical top. 

The top is designed to create moisture to keep foods from drying out when being slow cooked. 

The original recipe that my friend Sara McGhie gave me was for chicken. You can check out that recipe here.  But, I've created a new beef recipe using some of the same spices, but with a few additional touches of my own. 


Moroccan Home Life.

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salon marocain beldi noirBeing invited to a Moroccan home is an honor. Knowing what to expect can make the experience much more enjoyable.

Most people who go to Morocco go for the beaches or the souks of Marrakesh. Very few people seem to be able to get under the skin of the place and really explore it. The best way is, of course, by making friends with the locals.


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Enchantment Tangier American Legation Morocco Art BookA perfect introduction to Moroccan history for the general reader. A challenge to scholars to reconsider Orientalism, without polemics. 

 And an invitation for all to explore a charming museum.