The orange juice is freshly squeezed and orange juice stalls can be seen in many of the cities in Morocco.
The coffee comes in one of the big flasks and the other big flask contains hot milk. Why do you think most of the milk on the breakfast tables in Morocco was boiling hot?
In a restaurant you would order this coffee by asking for a café au lait.
Lets look closely at the pancakes/pastries:
Moving right on the bottom are Beghrir pancakes.
On top is a Moroccan doughnut and to the right is the very interesting Rghaif .
These square shaped Moroccan pancakes were at most breakfasts and are made by kneading a small ball of dough. Flattening and rolling it out, folding it into a square and frying it.
All of these pastries and pancakes are delicious on their own or with honey, chocolate, lemon, sugar....the possibilities are endless!
My favourite tagine was the top left-egg and meatball. You eat your tagine with bread.
The Couscous pictured above was my first one and the most impressive couscous I have ever seen!
It is a meat couscous and there is also a lot of vegetables in it. At the bottom is the couscous which is like rice but is made from semolina.
On the left is a bowl of gravy which you pour over the couscous, as much as you prefer.