Morocco. Food and Spices

Morocco. Sometimes photos capture life with such vividity (okay, “vividity” isn’t a real word but it somehow seems to fit) and you could just about reach out and pluck a chilly orange from the heap…

Natalia Maks

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5 thoughts on “Morocco. Food and Spices

  1. I love gourmet food [to eat], and for that reason I would love to share with you my album” Champagne and Caviar” as well. The recipes for setting caviar are pretty simple: you need to have caviar at first:), creme fraiche and some blintzes.

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