Tonight I had the best meal I’ve ever experienced! We came to a fish “market” without a name, chose our fish, and they grilled it for us right there!
They asked if we would like it grilledwith the heads on or off. Before grilling, I got to videotape and capture the preparation process. Much like fileting a fish Alaskan style! I got photobombed by a passing fish…
I must admit, I was worried about what we were getting into EATING our fish AT the fish market (would it be cooked all the way? Would there be seasoning? Would it taste funny?) These were all new fish for me! I was amazed at how yummy it smelled and how great it tasted. I was even talked into eating some of the head and off the scales.
I am actually eating of the scales here!
our candy comes in smaller packages.
O my goodness that looks soooooooo good!!!!!!!!!!!!!😛😝😜😋🤑
It was amazing. The fresh grilled fish was SO unbelievable. I think I am going to start an International Club at Tudor, so that we can experience lots of what I got to see, learn, hear, and taste in Morocco AND also learn about other parts of the world too!
Are there any really fancy restaurants in Morocco 🇲🇦?
Where we stayed in Agadir, there are indeed some fancy restaurants, but honestly, even the fanciest restaurants (fancy by the way they look) are so beautiful, right on the beach, but still not expensive to eat at. So much of the food is local.
That looks soo good 🐪🐫👌🏽
Doesn’t it? It tasted so good too. Sometimes in our country, we make things too complicated and just need to take it easy and simply enjoy what nature provides.
From 1-10 how will you rate the food
I would say a 9, and the only reason I don’t give it a 10 is because I can’t eat the 2 main things that are so common, bread at every meal and couscous on Fridays. The Tagine is a slow cooking process that tastes amazing. Go look at the blog post on food, you will like it
Cool ways they make the food
Absolutely! I want to have a restaurant like that. The idea is so healthy, simple, and super tasty!
Did you eat the fins on the fish? We saw them on your plate.
Are driving around in a car? ; )
I did eat the fins, it was yummy. I also ate a piece of the head as I was told it was the saltiest and yummy. It was pretty good, but I couldn’t get myself to eat the eyeball! I have a host teacher here who has this cute and popular little mini-SUV
Dose it rain there in Marako?🌧
It actually rained while I was in Rabat, Morocco. It rains, but not very days of the year and not for very long.
Can you show us more types of food
Yes, absolutely! I will be creating a blog just for food here soon.
And some bread!!!
They eat bread at every meal and use it to pick up the food to eat with fingers. It’s all super yummy though. Tropical fruits? Yes, bananas and mango here are amazing.
Save me shrimp please!!!!!!
That food looks delicious.And look at that SHRIMP!!!!
what do the 🏡 houses there look like???
Where do they get the food and all the supplies they need
The souk, the grocery store, the butcher and baker, depending on where they are
How do you feel about eating the 🥘 food they eat there????
I feel honored that they want to share the experience with me. Some foods I am not yet ready to try, but most I am embracing.