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Moroccan-Style Fruitcake with Apricots, Dates and Figs by Hedy Goldsmith. (All about Cardamon by Faim d'épices - Marrakech)

Cardamon

All about Cardamon     Cardamom likes rain, shade and altitude. It enjoys the mountains between five hundred and fifteen hundred meters in the mountains of Kerala, whose cardamom are native, and where they still exist in the wild, they form groves with large leaves.   To grow them, just replant a piece of rhizome.…

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“Partners”

we present you some of the good addresses of Marrakech that we recommend for their quality and sense of hospitality (that is so often lacking!). Because the choice of tools is very important for a chef, even if it is a “small chef”, we present our professional partners and their products that we use every day.

“Spices”

– Regularly the posts you will discover the specificities and uses of spices in Morocco. Maybe lot of information about their virtues will surprise you sometimes.

“Stories”

– Have fun with our Stories and share our adventure by discovering some anecdotes about our beginnings or some cooking lessons left in our memories. These are often beautiful friendship stories like the one that prevailed at the birth of “Faim d’épices”

“Tips of Marrakech”

– First of all, they will give you the latest trends, events and good tips of what is happening of interest. Also they can do you some services by correcting preconceived ideas on Morocco or by avoiding you some traps while discovering the beautiful Red City!

Moroccan-Style Fruitcake with Apricots, Dates and Figs by Hedy Goldsmith. (All about Cardamon by Faim d'épices - Marrakech)

Cardamon

All about Cardamon     Cardamom likes rain, shade and altitude. It enjoys the mountains between five hundred and fifteen hundred meters in the mountains of Kerala, whose cardamom are native, and where they still exist in the wild, they form groves with large leaves.   To grow them, just replant a piece of rhizome.…

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Gingembre. (Faim d'épices, Marrakech)

Ginger

All about Ginger     All about Ginger in the kitchen, delicacies, health and beauty… Ginger is a reed-like perennial herb whose stems, fifty centimeters to one and a half meters high, are covered with scales-like leaves. The stems end in a very decorative floral stalk, the flowers resemble green orchids, stained with purple. Ginger…

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"100% trip" it's me!

100% voyage

  A link to a nice blog written by a friendly young woman who visited us in 2017. We had not received the link, but it’s never too late … It is well done, it gives good ideas and the small comment on “Faim d’épices” we like!   Some links, but the blog is richer…

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