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Tangier, Morroco Cuisine | Where to Eat

Popular Local Cuisine: Moroccan cuisine, highly developed and sophisticated, has influences from many different cultures. Spices are used more heavily than in the Middle East. The fertile lands in the north of the country produce a wide agricultural bounty, including many citrus fruits, almonds, and olives. Olive oil is a base for many dishes. Couscous and bread are served at most meals. Dried fruits or Morocco's famous lemon pickle are commonly used in savory dishes. Tagine cooking is a Moroccan specialty where ceramic cookery (a round bowl bottom and a domed lid) are used to cook meats, dried fruits and vegetables so as to retain the flavor and moisture of the food. The lid is removed and the food is eaten directly from the bottom. Harira, a spicy tomato based soup, is a popular starter along with a chicken or squib pie known as pastilla. Mint tea is the most popular beverage and is served after formal meals.

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Cruise lines that visit Tangier: Star Clippers, Oceania, Regent Seven Seas, Seabourn, Cunard, Holland America, Costa

Key Attractions: Tangier Medina, Kasbah, Kasbah Museum, Dar el Makhzen, Royal Palace, Petit Souk, Grand Mosque, American Legation, Grand Souk, Menoubia Gardens, St. Andrews Church, Tetouan Medina, Tetouan Archaeological Museum, Mohammed V Avenue, Asilah Medina

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