A long term project of mine is to learn to make several different kinds of Moroccan cookies.  Moroccan patisseries (cookie/tea shops) are chock-full of small bite-size cookies that can be bought by the plate or by the kilo.  There are women in communities who specifically make these cookies for celebrations.  The one characteristic of these spreads is that they are time consuming, they really are.  Imagine making hundreds of tiny cookies – by hand!  For a large wedding the process takes several days.  One good thing is that not all of the cookies are actually baked – many are raw…