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Street Food in Morocco - CASABLANCA'S BEST STREET FOOD Guide CRAZY Good Pastilla in Rabat Morocco!

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Street Food in Morocco - CASABLANCA'S BEST STREET FOOD Guide + CRAZY Good Pastilla in Rabat Morocco!

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This is the third episode from our Moroccan Food series! Today we are starting the day in Casablanca to experience delicious Moroccan seafood at the fish market. We try a few raw oysters before picking our own fish, which will be cooked Moroccan style! We visit Hassan II Mosque and check out the beautiful Casablanca coastline. Then, we go to Rabat to have a traditional Moroccan home cooked meal made by a professional chef in her home. She prepares the most traditional version of pastilla, which is a sweet and savoury pie filled with chicken, along with many other Moroccan side dishes.

MASSIVE thanks to Mohamed and Omar from Moroccan Food Tour! If you enjoyed this episode, please leave us a comment and let us know what you thought looked the most DELICIOUS! Stay tuned for our LAST Moroccan STREET FOOD tour in FES! You are NOT going to want to miss it so make sure to SUBSCRIBE!

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Hi we’re Luke Martin and Sabrina Davidson, food lovers and world travellers! We make videos about local, authentic and unique foods from across the globe. We particularly like to sample street food across Asia. We are based in Taiwan where we frequent the best Taiwanese street food stops and create travel content to make finding food in Taiwan easier for YOU! Although we are based in Taiwan we travel the majority of the year around the world in search of the best food. We’ve filmed in Japan, China, The Philippines, Malaysia, Singapore, Hong Kong, South Korea, Indonesia, India, Vietnam, Turkey, Israel, Lebanon, Palestine, The Netherlands, Italy, Spain, Greece, Sri Lanka, Canada and the list is still growing! Our mission is to create content that is entertaining, informative, honest and fun! We love what we do and we are always grateful for your support! Thank you and see you on the next episode!

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Morocco Street Food - MARRAKESH'S BEST STREET FOOD GUIDE! CRAZY Halal Food tour in Morocco!!

Marrakesh + Jamaa El F’na Halal Street Food Guide 2019!!

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In our first episode we are in MARRAKECH! We are here to eat as much HALAL STREET FOOD as possible! We are spending the day exploring the ancient medina and eating a ton of food along the way. We start the day eating Bessara (Moroccan fava bean soup), and then visit the community bakery. We visit the first pastry shop in Marrakech to try some traditional sweets, and wash it down with freshly squeezed pomegranate juice. The medina features some cool shops that sell pickles and famous Moroccan mint. We have lunch in a busy corner of the market and try cactus fruit for the first time. We take a break from eating and visit the Secret Garden and then watch the sunset over the city. In the evening, we hit the night market for more food: Jemaa el-Fna. We eat the classic Moroccan street foods - like braised escargots!

What a HUGE day of eating traditional dishes and STREET FOOD in Marrakesh! MASSIVE thanks to Mohamed from Moroccan Food Tour for making this happen. If you enjoyed this episode, please leave us a comment and let us know what you thought looked the most DELICIOUS! Stay tuned for our next episode in MOROCCO - we are going into the mountains to experience Moroccan Indigenous food! Subscribe so that you NEVER miss a Chopstick Travel episode!

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Hi we’re Luke Martin and Sabrina Davidson, food lovers and world travellers! We make videos about local, authentic and unique foods from across the globe. We particularly like to sample street food across Asia. We are based in Taiwan where we frequent the best Taiwanese street food stops and create travel content to make finding food in Taiwan easier for YOU! Although we are based in Taiwan we travel the majority of the year around the world in search of the best food. We’ve filmed in Japan, China, The Philippines, Malaysia, Singapore, Hong Kong, South Korea, Indonesia, India, Vietnam, Turkey, Israel, Lebanon, Palestine, The Netherlands, Italy, Spain, Greece, Sri Lanka, Canada and the list is still growing! Our mission is to create content that is entertaining, informative, honest and fun! We love what we do and we are always grateful for your support! Thank you and see you on the next episode!

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Morocco Village Food - BERBER PIT ROAST LAMB in Imlil! Eating NORTH AFRICAN Food in Morocco!!

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Welcome to our 2nd episode of our Moroccan food tour! Today we are headed to the High Atlas Mountains to experience traditional village food. We will be having pit-roasted lamb which is cooked in an underground communal oven. After it's cooked, we will take it to a local's home to enjoy a full traditional meal with the pit-roasted lamb.

MASSIVE thanks to Mohamed from Moroccan Food Tour for making this happen. If you enjoyed this episode, please leave us a comment and let us know what you thought looked the most DELICIOUS! Stay tuned for our next episode in MOROCCO - We are going to Casablanca for some incredible Moroccan seafood and Rabat for Moroccan home-cooked food! You are NOT going to want to miss it so make sure to SUBSCRIBE!

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Hi we’re Luke Martin and Sabrina Davidson, food lovers and world travellers! We make videos about local, authentic and unique foods from across the globe. We particularly like to sample street food across Asia. We are based in Taiwan where we frequent the best Taiwanese street food stops and create travel content to make finding food in Taiwan easier for YOU! Although we are based in Taiwan we travel the majority of the year around the world in search of the best food. We’ve filmed in Japan, China, The Philippines, Malaysia, Singapore, Hong Kong, South Korea, Indonesia, India, Vietnam, Turkey, Israel, Lebanon, Palestine, The Netherlands, Italy, Spain, Greece, Sri Lanka, Canada and the list is still growing! Our mission is to create content that is entertaining, informative, honest and fun! We love what we do and we are always grateful for your support! Thank you and see you on the next episode!

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Morocco Street Food Tour: Exploring Rabat's Medina & Souk 4K

On this week's episode, we explore the vibrant, crowded and chaotic Rabat Medina! Join me as I show you the tastiest Moroccan street foods and offer my best advice on how to make the most of your time in the souk. Rabat was one of my favorite cities in Morocco. I met so many amazing people, ate a ton of delicious food, and fell in love with Moroccan culture. Look for my upcoming market madness video on the FES medina!

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Ultimate MARRAKESH Street Food Market Tour | Morocco 4K Travel Vlog

Ultimate MARRAKESH Street Food Market Tour | Morocco 4K Travel Vlog

There’s nowhere in Morocco like the Jemaa el-Fna square – no place that so effortlessly involves you and keeps you coming back for more. I have been to Marrakech 3 times now and I still come back and visit this place every time. Jemaa el-Fna is located in the medina quarter of #Marrakesh. The square is open daily and things typically get going early morning and continue until at least midnight.

By day, most of the square is just a big open space. In the morning, stall owners set up their stands selling fresh orange juice, spices, traditional medicines, mint leaves, and snails. Definitely try the fresh squeezed orange juices, its so sweet and refreshing. The flutes of snake charmers drift across the square, monkey trainers entertain the crowd, and the Berber musicians will create a show but of course only if you pay them. Be careful when taking photos! Always ask for permission to avoid argueing with snake charmers, monkey trainers, and the singers as they may demand a lot of money. But do support the locals by tipping them off with around 10 - 20 Dirhams per photo ( do negotiate beforehand).

The best time to visit this square is just before sunset. Once the sun sets, Jemaa el-Fna really comes alive. The crowd gets bigger and the Restaurants around the square start serving hungry customers delicious #streetfood as they stroll around this bustling square. Even if you don’t eat at them, you should at least wander down the makeshift lane of foodstalls on the Jemaa el Fna, which look great in the evening, lit by lanterns. Check out the hyperlapse footage I created! As well as couscous, tagine and pastilla, there are spicy merguez sausages, chicken and beef kebabs,  harira soup, salads, fried fish, and calamari. For the more adventurous why not try a sheep's head complete with eyes. Check out stall number 10 and the crew!

Marrakech is full of fun loving people and they certainly know how to entertain. Especially if you're from India, Pakistan or Bangladesh, they will serenade you with their Bollywood music skills and call you Shah Rukh Khan, Amir Khan and Salman khan!

So Hope you guys found this vlog interesting. Do leave a comment if you liked watching this and hit that bell button and subscribe. More Marrakech videos to come . Please check out my other videos from my #Morocco travels

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CASABLANCA MOROCCO CITY TOUR - Travel Vlog

We are in Casablanca, the city known for the classic film Casablanca which just celebrated its 75th anniversary. The city is the most populous in Morocco located along the coast, known for having one of the largest mosques in the world, French influence, and faded grandeur. Here's looking at you kid!

First stop is the beach. Casablanca is a port city with many beach clubs along the ocean bluff. On the day we visited, it was raining - the first rain since May.

Next stop is Hassan II Mosque, the tallest minaret mosque and one of the top places to take photos. The mosque holds 25,000 people and the entire complex holds over 100,000 total. It is a popular pilgrimage site during Ramadan. We tour the mosque, including the wash room where it is the Islamic tradition to wash your hands and feet before prayer.

Next we tour the city and check into our Hotel - the Kenzi Basma.
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Morocco Travel Adventures - Foodie Edition : Marrakech | Street Food Tour | Moroccan Cooking Class

This is episode 2 of our epic journey to Morocco in February 2020!! Watch for our foodie adventures in MARRAKECH!

Street Food Tour: Marrakech Food Tours, Our amazing guide: Soufi
Cooking Class: Lotus Chef Marrakech
Mint tea on the rooftop of our riad: Riad Antara
Fresh Juice: Booth #25 Djemaa el-Fna

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MOROCCAN FOOD in MARRAKECH! What to eat + Trying Hammam (Spa)

My name is Avelovinit and i'm a full time #TravelVlogger . I have a fear of getting an upset stomach whenever I try a dish for the first time because I think that I won't fully enjoy a place when I get sick. That's why I made sure to do a research of which Restaurants in Marrakech we should eat! Surprisingly, Moroccan food is really good! We never had a bad experience dining in a restaurant since they all served good service and good traditional Moroccan food :) I wanted to try Moroccan street food but since it's Martin's birthday and we only had 4 days in Marrakech, I decided to just dine in restaurants that are good for tourist :) We even get to experience Hammam which is the traditional Moroccan Spa. I must say that it was a whole new thing for me but I will DEFINITELY do it again on my next visit!

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Best TANGIA in Marrakech ???????? Authentic food experience in Morocco

What is a tangia? Probably the most delicious of all moroccan dishes. Take a clay pot and fill it with your favourite meat. Add a few spices as well as a few pinches of saffron. Give it a good shake, then let it rest in a communal oven. Come back a few hours later and you will get the most tender, confit-like and juicy meat of your life.

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مصري يجرب الأكل المغربي في مطاعم المغرب وينبهر من تعامل المغاربة

Experience traditional Moroccan cuisine, on a tour of Moroccan restaurants, meat tagine with vegetables, Rvaisa, pastilla, babouche, rituals, and grills from Bjkni,

In some Moroccan cities

Tangier, Fes, Marrakesh

Learn about Moroccan traditions through the Moroccan dish

How Moroccans deal with tourists
تجربة تذوق الأكلات المغربية التقليدية، في جولة بالمطاعم المغربية ، طاجين اللحم بالخضار ، و الرفيسة ، و البسطيلة ، و البابوش، والطاقوس ، والمشويات من عند بجكني ،
في عدد من المدن المغربية
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التعرف على التقاليد المغربية من خلال الطبق المغربي

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MOROCCO | A 9 Day Group Tour | Ep2: Sahara to Essaouira

I recently got to travel around Morocco on a 9 day group tour.

This was my first time in the country and is documented in a new 2 part travel documentary series.

In this second episode we gradually make our way out of the Sahara; go looking for Morocco's famous goats in trees; stop at the old fortified market town of Taroudant; then head up the Atlantic coast to Essaouira, where we have 2 nights to explore the town. Finally we complete our trip back in Marrakesh with a beautiful hot air balloon ride.

The difference with this tour is it's the first one I've hosted and organised myself. Working with Intrepid Travel we created a bespoke itinerary and put it on sale to my followers.

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Trying EXOTIC Ethiopian Food & Moroccan Food - INSANELY GOOD TAGINE in Sydney

MUST TRY North African Food - Moroccan Food & Ethiopian Food in Sydney. Sydney is blessed with so diverse food culture, but one that we have never tried is African Food, today for the very first time we are trying Moroccan Food like the LambTangine and the Famous Ethiopian Injera in Sydney.

In this episode we tried Injera with many different toppings like doro wat (ዶሮ ወጥ) - Doro meaning chicken and Wat means Stew. Its perfect when paired with Injera which is an Ethiopian Bread that has been fermented for a couple days and has a tangy flavour which is a great marriage between the stew itself that is rich in flavour.

After that we headed down to Mosman to try Tangine for the first time. The Lamb Tangine is by far the most beautiful thing we have ever experienced. The softness and buttery like texture of the meat is incredible. Being slow cooked for 12 hours and finally in a Tangine pottery which acts as a condensation plate to bring all the evaporated juice back down is just delicious.

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MOROCCO 2019: travel guide to Fes and Rabat

WHAT TO EXPECT WHEN VISITING MOROCCO!
Short vlog/video of Morocco. Nicole Lewis and Georgie McMullen visits Fes and Rabat over 5th-12th June 2019.
Thank you to Hotel Menzeh Zalagh for your hospitality, and a big thank you to all the people who made our trip extra special; including Celina and Lena from Germany, Karim from New York and Ismaim from Morocco!

TOP LOCATIONS TO VISIT IN FES:
The Fes Medina (Oldest City)
University of Al Quaraouiyine (Oldest university in the world)
Al-Attarine Madrasa (Oldest College)
Bab Bou Jeloud (The Fes Gate)
Jnan sbil (Fes National Garden)
Chouara (Fes Tannery - dying of leather)
Andalusian Mosque (Oldest mosque in the world)
Henna Souk (Fes market)

TOP LOCATIONS TO VISIT IN RABAT:
Hassan Tower (incomplete mosque)
Mausoleum of Mohammed V (tombs of the King and his sons)
Rabat Beach
Bab El Had (entrance to the Rabat Medina)
Museum of Oudayas
Rabat old market
Oudayas (the mini chefchaouen)

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Life and cultural traditions of Morocco

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The culture of Morocco is a blend of ethnic tradition and religion, reflecting the Berber, African, Arabs, and Jewish influence. The majority of the population are Berbers and Arabs while at least 30% of the population are Amazigh speakers. Berber influence is most prominent in a wide range of activities and way of life of the Moroccan people. Although the cuisine differs from one region to another, the spices used are mainly those of the Berbers. The use of fresh fruits and vegetables is mainly as a result of the country’s proximity to the Mediterranean. The Moroccan music is characterized by several traditional instruments mainly of the Arab and Amazigh origin. It is home to Andalusian classical music which is common throughout North Africa.

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The majority of the people living in Morocco are Berbers and Arabs. The official languages are Berber and Arabic. French is also widely spoken except in the northern region where Spanish is predominant. English is mainly spoken in major tourist towns like Marrakech and other towns in the north. Islam is the major religion in the country and forms the foundation for most families. The people insist on unity in the family and children are taught to take care of their parents when they grow old. Thus, there are very few homes for the elderly in Morocco. Islam is constitutionally a state religion with the vast majority belonging to the Sunni Muslim group. Christianity is the second-largest religious group in Morocco. However, the majority of Christians are foreigners. Other religions include Judaism and Baha’I faith. Approximately 7% of the population are irreligious.

Traditional Moroccan Clothing
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The traditional Moroccan dress for both men and women is the djellaba which is a long, loose, hooded cloth with full sleeves. The hood has a qob which protects the wearer from the sun or cold depending on the weather. During special occasions, men wear bernouse or a red cap, commonly referred to as fez while the women wear kaftans. The difference between a kaftan and djellaba is the hood which kaftan does not have. Women’s djellaba is brightly colored and kaftans are decorated with ornaments. Men’s djellaba is mainly plain and colored neutrally. Kaftan is synonymous with elegance and style and can be made up of several layers known as takshita. It can either be dressed up or dressed down as a casual wear. Kaftan traces its origin from the Ottoman Empire in the 14th century. The youth in Morocco are slowly abandoning their traditional clothing for western dress.

Moroccan Wedding
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A Moroccan wedding is one of the most celebrated events in the country. Before the wedding day, the groom is expected to give his bride some gifts including sugar and henna. Two days to the big day, the bride is required to attend the traditional Hamam (sauna) with her relatives for purification. At the sauna, the bride and the family mainly sing the traditional songs. The next event that follows is the use of henna where a professional draws relevant symbols and patterns on the bride’s hands and feet. The wedding ceremony lasts at least 4 to 8 hours. During the wedding, the Negafa (make-up artist) is tasked with ensuring that the bride stays elegant throughout the day. The couple often sit on a traditional ornamental chair called Amariya. Weddings are considered a community event, often characterized by plenty of food, drinks, and dancing that may go well into the night.

Moroccan Food
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Moroccan food is usually well cooked and immensely detailed. Knowing how to cook with spices is the most crucial part of the cuisine. The Moroccan cuisine is mainly influenced by the interactions with other cultures and nations over time. The cuisine is typically a mixture of Arabic, Mediterranean, and Andalusian cuisine with some European influence. The food components include the Mediterranean fruits and vegetables and meat which serves as a base for the cuisine. Commonly used spices include cumin, oregano, caraway, and mint. The Ras El Hanout spice is made by combining 27 other spices. The main Moroccan dish is couscous which is made up of crushed durum wheat semolina. Beef and lamb are the commonly consumed red meat. Other common dishes include pastilla, harira, and tanjia. Green tea with mint is the most popular drink in Morocco. Making the mint tea is an art and drinking it with family and friends is considered a daily tradition. The tea is put in special teapots which allows it to be poured evenly into tiny glasses from a height.
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JAPANESE STREET FOOD - Osaka Street Food Tour | AUTHENTIC Street Food in Japan + BEST Oden in OSAKA

Osaka Street Food tour in SHINSEKAI!! JAPANESE Street Food Guide!

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For this JAPANESE STREET FOOD series, we are taking you to OSAKA JAPAN to sample the BEST street food that it’s famous for! OSAKA cuisine is very different from Japan’s other cities, like Tokyo or Sapporo or Kyoto. The city is packed with small hole-in-the-wall restaurants and izakayas teeming with delicious FOOD! In this episode, we will be eating ODEN, DOTEYAKI (beef tendon stewed in miso paste - an OSAKA specialty) 970 JYP - 8.86 USD, OKONOMIYAKI (two styles) 2450 JPY - 22.38 USD, Osaka’s famous KUSHIKATSU dipped in ponzu (120 JPY - 1.10 USD per stick) all within the bustling streets of SHINSEKAI, one of Osaka’s older neighbourhood’s with an authentic vibe. There are nearby sights including arcades in the Shinsekai area and the Shitennoji Temple and surrounding garden to escape the craziness of Osaka!

Oden + Doteyaki at NONKIYA
3 Home-4-5 Ebisuhigashi, Naniwa Ward, Osaka

Okonomiyaki at OKONOMIYAKI CHITOSE
1 Home-11-10 Taishi, Nishinari Ward, Osaka

Shitennoji Temple (and surrounding garden)
1-11-18 Shitennoji, Tennoji Ward, Osaka

Kushikatsu at YAEKATSU
3 Home-4-13 Ebisuhigashi, Naniwa Ward, Osaka

We hope you enjoyed this episode featuring some of the best STREET FOOD IN JAPAN. Subscribe to this channel so that you don’t miss out and stay tuned for our next episode from Osaka Japan - we are eating MORE Japanese street food and taking you to some of Osaka’s BEST sights! Thanks for watching!

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Hi we’re Luke Martin and Sabrina Davidson, food lovers and world travellers! We make videos about local, authentic and unique foods from across the globe. We particularly like to sample street food across Asia. We are based in Taiwan where we frequent the best Taiwanese street food stops and create travel content to make finding food in Taiwan easier for YOU! Although we are based in Taiwan we travel the majority of the year around the world in search of the best food. We’ve filmed in Japan, China, The Philippines, Malaysia, Singapore, Hong Kong, South Korea, Indonesia, India, Vietnam, Turkey, Israel, Lebanon, Palestine, The Netherlands, Italy, Spain, Greece, Sri Lanka, Canada and the list is still growing! Our mission is to create content that is entertaining, informative, honest and fun! We love what we do and we are always grateful for your support! Thank you and see you on the next episode!

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Morocco l Food Trip | Casablanca Tour vlog # 28

As i travelled to Casablanca in Morocco my quest was to taste local food where I started with Moroccan bread and freshly squeeze orange juice sold at food stalls in the street and then after went to a local bakery shop to try Moroccan Pastilla and ate the chicken pastilla.

Afterwards went to the market check on the local produce and spices and beside it was some make shift restaurants serving local dishes such as tajine, as it was still breakfast time i ordered there traditional egg omellete with tomato with bread and paired with Moroccan mint tea.

then in the afternoon we went to Anfa place mall to find a place to have lunch of local dishes and saw a Lebanese food stall in the mall and had felafel sandwich and onwards to the beach side in the corniche wherein we went to the Moroccan Way restaurant to have some tea while enjoying the view of the beach.

As it was almost late in the afternoon we went to a hotel with a roof top to try there local beer 'Casablanca beer which was refreshing while enjoying the sunset.

At night we took a taxi to a famous local restaurant which was the La Sqala Moroccan cafe and restaurant where there was a a lot of tourist waiting to be seated and after about 30 minutes we were able to be seated and ordered their famous tajine and tried the fish, lamb and vegetable tajine which was good and was also serenaded by a local music while we were dining.

I ended my night by trying the local snail soup which was popular among locals.

Truly Moroccan food is a must try and was a great experience.

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