Thursday, November 6, 2008

More Moroccan Food

I promise that some day I will learn about the food I photograph. Until then, you will have to deal with seeing pictures of exotic Moroccan with only the barest details I can surmise or overhear other people talking about.


The little fishie things are sardines. I thought for a minute that I would be brave enough to try one. Then I wussed out.


This is kai (at least it is pronounced like kai, it could possibly be spelled kye, cai, cye, ciye, kiye, or xcjhadjlkjdflh). It is a smallish bird, apparently similar to a pigeon. It tasted like chicken. Note to readers: the apricot sauced served with the kai was amazing.


Assortment of vegetables and meats, similar to my first Moroccan lunch. The lamb was my favorite.


Your guess is as good as mine... I recognize corn and...and...and...that's about it.


Fish and shrimp. Yum!

(All of these pictures were taken at a luncheon provided by the Moroccan American Center for Education and Cultural Exchange.)

1 comment:

Ben and Missy said...

I love trying new food. Whenever I travel, that is always the best part. Great pictures, those dishes look great :)