Videos tagged with "cooking"
Terry Jones Should Visit Morocco [01:41]
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Mehdia - the Land of Fresh Fish. Morocco Trip. [01:56]
Mehdia is a beautiful coastal town near the city of Kenitra , 30 km north-east of the capital of Morocco Rabat . It is known for its fishing port and of course, fish market! You can get the freshest most beautiful fish in this market: sardines, whiting, shrimp, prawns, squid, crab, sole,...they have it all! Outside the market, there are people specialized in cooking the fish you just bought. They can prepare it for you anyway you want: grilled, fried, or even in a tagine! I love grilled fish! and all you have to do is put some salt on it and grill it... it is so fresh that no other spices are needed! ohhhh yum... Mehdia is one of those places that will make your heart beat. It will remind you of slowing down, taking a moment, and simply enjoying the view...
Traditional way of cooking bread In Bhalil Morocco [07:12]
Aziz is a useful contributor to our village Bhalil, he's owner of a bread oven in Bhalil, close to Fez Morocco, every morning he is in charge of approx 600 hundred raw bread that he will cook for the inhabitant, have a look at this useful ancestral job. Aziz possède un four à pain dans le village de Bhalil, il fait cuire dans son four environ 600 pains par jour, ces 600 pains ce sont les pains préparé le matin par chaque famille, les habitants les amènent le matin dans le four de Aziz,
At the Argon Oil and Herbal Supplement Shop, Pt. 1 [01:23]
I really like this little store located somewhere in the medina of Marrakech. At the entrance women extract the argana oil through the traditional process. Fouad explains how goats climb the argon trees and devour the fruit, spitting out the pits, which are then collected and the kernels extracted to make the oil that is used in cosmetics and cooking. Marrakech, Morocco July 15, 2012
Tags: Health, Natural, Marrakech, Morocco, argon, oil
Lambs to the Slaughter [04:13]
Robert Johnstone of Riad Idrissy's Ruined Garden in Fez, Morocco, explains what you can expect from the new venture, as a lamb is slaughtered in a traditional Moroccan way.
Tags: lamb, halal, fez, fes, morocco, ruined, garden, slaughter, sacrifice, medina, food, dinner, riad, idrissy, Cooking, Kitchen, Arabic, Recipe, Restaurant