A labor of love four decades in the making the food of morocco is a once in a lifetime book of uncommon scope and authenticity an essential work for every serious cook anyone interested in moroccan cuisine and discerning armchair travelers alike. The food of morocco is a culinary journey to the souks of marrakech the kitchens of rabat casablancas teahouses and fezs banquet tables jane lawson reveals the essence of moroccan cooking a diversified meld of spices and enticing flavors. The food of morocco takes that cookbook a few steps forward what originally struck me was the images along with the food there are a lot of pictures of great food but theres also pictures of everyday life in morocco the sidebars are peppered with literary quotes from the likes of paul bowles and edith wharton this is morocco in a book. Paula wolfert is an expert on mediterranean food and the author of nine cookbooks including the food of morocco mediterranean clay pot cooking the slow mediterranean kitchen and the cooking of southwest france wolfert has won the james beard award the julia child award the m f k fisher award and the tastemaker award and was a . Lavishly photographed and packed with tantalizing recipes to please the modern palate the food of morocco provides helpful preparation techniques for chefs home cooks and any serious student of the culinary arts and culture this is the perfect companion to wolferts classic
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