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Tagine at Tangierino
Tagine is one of the Moroccan specialties at Tagierino. (Wendy Maeda/Globe Staff ) Wendy Maeda/Globe Staff

Everywhere in Morocco, tagines are family fare

By Sheryl Julian
Globe Staff / May 9, 2007

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In the old part of the city known as the Medina, some streets are so narrow that if you hold your arms open wide, you'd wonder if you could touch the shops on both sides. If that happened, you would surely be knocking over stacks of cone-shaped earthenware dishes piled from the pavement to shoulder height, and ... (Full article: 1529 words)

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