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Top 5 destinations to celebrate Halloween in Europe

Top 5 destinations to celebrate Halloween in Europe

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Who knocks on your door...? Halloween is coming soon! Far from the big American festivals, Europe does not have to fade and offers many opportunities to Shiver. And then, let's say it... Dracula is already pale enough! Here is a small concentrate of the 5 best places to be on the evening of October 31st in Europe (if you like to be afraid!). 1. transylvania, Romania of course, Dracula, everyone knows. It is his legend that made popular this beautiful hilly region of romania, which includes the Carpathians. Transylvania has this special atmosphere that makes it the ideal destination for a long foggy weekend on Halloween. Not to be missed: the Halloween party at Hunedoara Castle and of course a scary visit to Bran castle, better known as Dracula castle... Don't forget your garlic clove!...
5 excellent Moroccan dishes to taste absolutely

5 excellent Moroccan dishes to taste absolutely

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Rich in taste and taste and skilfully spicy, Moroccan cuisine is one of the most famous in the world. The diversity of its dishes is equal to that of its influences: Arabic, Berber, Moris, Jewish, African and even, Asian! Whether they are cooked on the occasion of festivities or daily meals, here are 5 Moroccan specialties that will awaken your taste buds! 1 TAJINE: The tajine is a typical Moroccan dish whose origins are Berber. It is also said that the best tajines are still savored in Berber territory! It is a kind of stew cooked in an earthy dish topped with a conical lid. There is an infinite number of tajine recipes, all tastier than the others: Chicken tajine with vegetables, saffron or prunes, tajine of vegetables with chickpeas, tajines of sardines, tajine of sheep with onions an...
Attention please!! This is not a JAZZ festival.. It’s a Moroccan wedding!!

Attention please!! This is not a JAZZ festival.. It’s a Moroccan wedding!!

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In Morocco, the wedding ceremony gives rise to big festivals, which can last from three days to a week and are more or less costly depending on the means of the family, but still very visual, with beautiful clothes and jewellery. Indeed, Moroccan women always attend traditional weddings dressed in caftan, kind of long gown in silk, satin, chiffon, taffeta or other rich fabric, covered with an open jacket sometimes on the bottom of the dress, embroidered, sometimes Glitter, the whole being held by a large belt at the waist.   It's a beautiful spectacle for the eyes. While there are of course regional specificities, we find roughly the same type of rituals to be performed. The marriage is first concluded from the legal point of view by a Adoulaire act, a contract established by the ...
Don’t look anywhere else! That’s how you prepare Moroccan mint tea ;)

Don’t look anywhere else! That’s how you prepare Moroccan mint tea ;)

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In the MAGHREB countries (Morocco, Tunisia, Algeria), mint tea is a welcome ritual. It is offered as soon as you arrive in a place to welcome you and welcome you: a delightful relaxing moment. Many mint tea recipes In every family, mint tea has a different flavor. It will depend on the water used (spring water, tap water), the type of green tea used and the place where it grows (in high mountain and valley), the type of mint (fresh or dried). In Morocco, it is the tea Gun Powder that is very appreciated. You will also find the Chun mee, Sow mee or the Hyson. The mint tea recipe So I propose my recipe! For 10 small glasses Preparation: 5 min Cooking: 5 min 2 teaspoons of green tea ½ Bouquet of fresh mint 8 to 10 pieces of sugar 1. Wash fresh mint leaves thoroughly. If there are aphids...