Tag Archives: Moroccan food

Eat with Your Hands for a Sensuous, Intimate, Mindful Meal

Eating with the hands is more than just a way to maneuver food to the mouth. It embodies cultural values including, a sensuous connection to the food, the feeling of sharing and community, practicality avoiding waste, even prolonging a delicious meal by enjoying the lingering aroma of it on the fingers. Many cultures, such as Indian, Arab and African have dined this way for thousands of years. In a video-clip, the writer receives a hands-on lesson in eating with the hands — Moroccan style.
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Celebrate with your own Moroccan Party

Have a Moroccan party at Berkeley’s Saraha Home Decor, complete with colorful tents, Algerian music, hand-painted henna and home made Moroccan specialties. Continue reading

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