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A Century of Moroccan Eating

In real life I’m a huge history buff – I love it!  I have to say I think it was my love of history and current events that landed me in Morocco in the first place. Even MarocBaba tells me I know more about Moroccan history than he does. I’ve been brainstorming an idea for a new Friday series after finishing my favorite female food bloggers set and landed on a way to combine my love of food and history into one. So the new series is;

A Century of Moroccan Eating

Every week I’ll take one century, talk a little bit about what was going on in Morocco at that time, and include a recipe for something that embodies that period.  I hope to make the posts really fun and informative (and maybe just a little bit of nerdy-ness…)
 

Visiting Tetouan in November

1910’sThe Protectorate

1920’s The Great Depression

1930’sBerber Nationalism

1940’s World War II Influences

1950’sIndependence

1960’s – The New King – Hassan II

1970’s – Hippie Culture and Influence

1980’s – Shifting Tides in Moroccan society

1990’s – Tourism

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