Moroccans hospitality is an art form that has been practiced and perfected for hundreds of years. That’s just a few hundred years older than you. Their families are also centered around the most important aspect of family life (and my life, for that matter): food. Plain and simple, Moroccans are in love with food, and want their guests to know it and enjoy it alongside them. Here are some Dos and Don’ts at the table with a Moroccan host family.
Do: Get ready to use your hands. Moroccans eat with their fingers; this is a time honored tradition. Do yourself a favor: give ‘em a wash and get ready to dig in.
Don’t: Eat out of your corner. Meals are served in traditional family style – out of one large platter in the middle of the table. Embrace that it gets a little messy and eat with…
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