I think one of my favorite things about Marrakech was Djemma el Fna a.k.a. the food stalls. As the sun begins to set and the men prepare their stalls, the air starts to fill with with great aroma. It's quite a spectacle and amazing that they do this every night.
Snail soup: I think my parents will be shocked that I ate this. I was a very picky eater when I was younger. And I have to admit it wasn't too bad, but I do prefer how the Parisians prepare their escargot.
Harira soup: A traditional Moroccan soup made out of tomatoes, lentils, chickpeas, and an assortment of herbs and spices. It was very similar to minestrone soup.
Lamb Sausage: These little links of lamb sausage were very flavorful and great with the salsa like dipping sauce.
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