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Angie in Morocco
An Alaskan Teacher Leaves Shishmaref to Teach in Morocco
Saturday, November 22, 2008
A very typical breakfast food in Morocco is crepes. Khadija made some for me.
She flattened the dough with her fingers.
Then she put it on a hot pan and sprinkled oil over it.
It cooked on one side.
Then she flipped it and cooked it on the other. These can be eaten with honey, jam, or a host of other toppings. Yummy!!!
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I am an idealistic yet cynical Social Studies, reading, and writing teacher in an Inupiaq village on the Seward Peninsula. My husband teaches fifth and sixth grade. We spend our lives marveling at this fascinating place and trying not to freeze.
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