Meat Grinding

At many places in Morocco, you go to the local butcher, who then makes kefta in front of you, grinding the meat up. Outside George Washington Academy, where I used to teach, in Dar Bw'azza near Casablanca, there is just such a place. You buy the meat, they grind it, then you go to a separate store nearby and have them cook it up for you. When the Amicitia Jaguars met the GWA Mustangs and the Amicitia girl's volleyball team totally ruled, we went down to get some 50 sandwiches made up at the local butcher, for about 800 dirham (8:1 to the dollar).