Blog Faim d’épices: Travel through to find good tips on Marrakech, typical and easy recipes, tips from our chefs, cooking videos and good addresses from our Partners. And to surprise you a bit, we begin to tell you our adventure, born of a story of friendship.

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Cinnamon

  Ceylon cinnamon is taken from the bark of an evergreen tree belonging, like the camphor tree, to the laurel family. The Ceylon cinnamon is cultivated in southern India, Sri Lanka, Madagascar, Java, Indonesia, the West Indies, French Guiana and Brazil. Before the nineteenth century, cinnamon was taken from the wild trees of Sri Lanka.…

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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!

Cannelle moulue

Cinnamon

  Ceylon cinnamon is taken from the bark of an evergreen tree belonging, like the camphor tree, to the laurel family. The Ceylon cinnamon is cultivated in southern India, Sri Lanka, Madagascar, Java, Indonesia, the West Indies, French Guiana and Brazil. Before the nineteenth century, cinnamon was taken from the wild trees of Sri Lanka.…

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Curcuma épice Indienne en poudre - Faim d'épices Marrakech

Turmeric

  Turmeric is also called saffron of the Indies because of its coloring power, or even tussock nuts, after the name of a European marsh plant, edible rhizome.   The plant forms a very ornamental bush: the long stems, sheathed by leaves in their lower part, are adorned with foliage provided in height. In the…

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Open garlic bulb - Faim d'épices

Garlic

  Garlic is a herbaceous, bulbous and perennial plant with a large number of leaves that engulf the bottom of the stem. It measures 5 to 12 cm in height normally, with a spacing of 10 cm. The inflorescence is wrapped with a spathe in one piece falling rather quickly. The flowers are grouped in…

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