Orange blossom and honey book review

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Orange Blossom & Honey: Magical Moroccan recipes from the souks to the Sahara

Simply link your Qantas Frequent Flyer membership number to your Booktopia account and earn points on eligible orders. Either by signing into your account or linking your membership details before your order is placed. Your points will be added to your account once your order is shipped. Click on the cover image above to read some pages of this book! A culinary journey across Morocco, exploring little known local dishes and classic flavours. In researching this book, John travelled into the heart of the High Atlas Mountains to learn the secrets of traditional lamb barbecue, then journeyed north, through the city of Fes, where the rich dishes of the Imperial Courts are still prepared in many homes. From here he continued on to the Rif Mountains, where rustic recipes are made with the freshest seasonal produce.

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On a hot day, I drove from the dusty souks of Marrakesh, past lush orange groves, and on to Essaouira, an old seaside port city on the Atlantic coast. As the sun set over the medina, I headed to the harbour, walking past blue fishing boats bobbing in the dark water, avoiding a tangle of green nets, and on towards the rickety wooden stalls by the sea. They were lively, with the sound of the catch of the day sizzling on hot coals, and full of families gathered around little wooden tables. I ate fresh sardines, blistered from the heat of the coals, smoky and charred. Served with freshly made chermoula, tomatoes and a local lemon that looked more Amalfi than Atlantic, this was my first bite of Moroccan seafood and I was hooked.

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