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Wheat and Oat Biscuits with Garlic Butter

These are the biscuits that I made to replace those yummy Olive Garden breadsticks to go with our chili last week.  I’m not going to give you any illusions that these are better than Olive Garden’s version, because they’re not the same thing.  BUT they are healthier, and there are plenty of options you have […]

Bread (Khobz) Making Tutorial

I’ve posted my recipe before on making Moroccan bread (khobz) and you can find my recipe here.  The fun thing about this bread is that it’s pretty forgiving.  You can use different kinds of flours, mixtures of flours, rising time and making it into different shapes.  Traditionally it is made into a round and there […]

Braided Herb Bread

Usually I make bread daily, but it’s the round Moroccan kind. (it also appears my picture of this has magically vanished…)  For the party yesterday I decided to try something a little different and a quick yeast bread seemed to be the best thing to try.  I found a recipe in one of my mom’s […]

Sfinge – Moroccan doughnuts!

Street Food 103 Palm Sunday and reed strings. The first time my husband brought home sfinge I was shocked thinking, “what it’s Palm Sunday and they celebrate it here?” Except wait they get doughnuts with their palms?? Weird! But no it wasn’t because it was August. These tasty lovely delicious doughnuts are sometimes made at […]


I’ve never eaten a hot cross bun, in fact I’m not really sure what they even are but I remember the little song from nursery school and when I had krachel in Morocco I thought about hot cross buns – again not sure why. These are tasty little breakfast buns that I love to eat […]

Khobz – Moroccan Bread

I don’t know if there’s anything more Moroccan than a round loaf of bread. Nope. There’s not. Let’s just say no one in Morocco is going to be doing the Atkin’s diet anytime soon. Bread is so prevalent and ingrained (haha ingrained) in Moroccan culture my husband can not eat a meal without it. And […]