- Central Market
- Chassagne Montrachet
- coconut milk
- Egly Ouriet
- foie gras
- Morey St Denis
- olive oil
- Pinot Noir
Julia Sussner on 2015 pre-harvest vintage … perfumersperfumes on 2013 Domaine de Chantemerle, F… Sarah Colton on Egly Ouriet 2014 disgorge… perfumersperfumes on Chablis with some age on … Sarah Colton on 2014 harvest in Burgundy… November 2017 M T W T F S S « Aug 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30
- Cellar visit
- TASTE TRAVEL
- the road
- what am I drinking with this dish?
- What is in my glass?
Category Archives: Morocco
I asked the waiter to explain what some of the choices were. A lot of the words and names of dishes were things I had never heard of. I was trying to make sense of it all… “Or you can … Continue reading
razor clams It’s pretty rare to see razor clams at a fishmonger. Even in France. So when I saw them in the central Market in Casablanca, I couldn’t help but exclaim, “Look she has couteaux (razor clams)! Lets get some.” … Continue reading
The Kemia Mauresque, were actually a selection of cooked vegetables that the waiter told us were Moroccan salads. All served cold. Artichoke (farthest away) with tomato was delicately spicy. Tender artichokes. Seemed generally typical of Mediterranean cuisine, something the … Continue reading
We were impressed when we discovered that the taxi driver knew where Al Mounia was. Not only because most of the other petit taxis seemed not to know where even the biggest monuments of the city were. But because we … Continue reading
For short distances in Casablanca, there are the Petit Taxis. Little red cars, beat up like old tin cans. The drivers are useless. Its crazy. Half of the time you get in, the driver has no idea where it is … Continue reading
Rick’s café Good thing we got in on Sunday. There was live jazz at Rick’s. Not quite Sam on the piano, but close enough. The film Casablanca, was entirely done on set. Rick’s remained alive in our minds after watching … Continue reading
step three: watch the world go by….
Step two : Take it to Bouchra Zoubida is the oyster lady at Parc Dar Kachon stand in the middle of the market. Apparently she is the matriarch of the Central Market and has been there every day for 39 years. … Continue reading
Step one: buy your fish.
just got back. more to come.