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How Much Is That Camel In The Window? May 25, 2017

Posted by nrhatch in Food & Drink, Travel & Leisure.
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At Epcot, the first country we visited in the World Showcase was Morocco.

We decided to eat at the Tangierine Cafe.

We ordered a vegetarian lunch of hummus, falafel, couscous, olives, lentil salad, tabbouli, and pita.

Everything was delicious!

After lunch, we poked our noses into the four corners of the bazaar.

While admiring the African vibe.

I never could resist a camel wearing a fez.

Aah . . . that’s better!

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1. Val Boyko - May 25, 2017

Looks like a fun place to visit Nancy. I do enjoy Moroccan food and bizarre shopping!

nrhatch - May 25, 2017

It’s a great spot in Epcot . . . And the musicians there are fabulous too!

2. Joanne Sisco - May 25, 2017

That falafel plate looks delicious!!

nrhatch - May 25, 2017

Lots of favorites on one happy plate!

3. Jill Weatherholt - May 25, 2017

What a great day. Thanks for sharing it with us, Nancy.

nrhatch - May 25, 2017

Our first visit to Epcot was on Valentine’s Day this year. ‘Twas a fun and delicious day.

4. Morgan - May 25, 2017

What a colourful and amazing place ! I’d love to try the food 😉

nrhatch - May 25, 2017

Our favorite place to eat in Epcot is the Boulangerie to get amazing French bread, etc. YUM!

5. Ally Bean - May 25, 2017

I like the camel, too. Styling, he is. With the fez on, he reminds of Matt Smith’s Dr. Who. 🙂

nrhatch - May 25, 2017

Every well dressed camel should be topped with a fez!

Ally Bean - May 25, 2017

Agreed.

6. Kate Crimmins - May 25, 2017

Great picture of you! That vegetarian plate looks fabulous. Although not a fan of Moroccan food (I prefer cinnamon in buns, not in savory dishes), that plate would suit me.

nrhatch - May 25, 2017

It was delicious! I don’t recall any trace of cinnamon in anything but the Baklava.

Kate Crimmins - May 25, 2017

Perhaps it’s just Pennsylvania-style Morrocan. Locally we have a restaurant and I swear they put it in all the meats. Then again, you don’t eat meat.

nrhatch - May 26, 2017

I think I have seen it listed in recipes for meat dishes . . . We leave out the cinnamon AND the meat! 🙂

7. Kate @ Did That Just Happen? - May 25, 2017

Looks like a good time – but that lunch though!

nrhatch - May 26, 2017

It was a great mix of tastes and textures!

8. colonialist - May 25, 2017

Looks like fun all round.

nrhatch - May 26, 2017

Round and round the world we eat . . . Growing rounder and rounder as we go. 😀

9. Tippy Gnu - May 25, 2017

Did they serve tangerines at the Tangierine Cafe?

nrhatch - May 26, 2017

No . . . Dates! 😀

10. joyroses13 - May 25, 2017

I think our family needs to go there! 🙂

nrhatch - May 27, 2017

Sounds like a plan! It’s a fun destination.

11. L. Marie - May 26, 2017

Looks delicious, Nancy!!! That’s what I love about Epcot. You can eat your way around the world!

nrhatch - May 27, 2017

We’ve definitely enjoyed some of the good eats!

12. Tiny - May 27, 2017

I think I have to visit Epcot soon …17 years have passed since my adventures in Morocco. The food looks delicious!

nrhatch - May 27, 2017

We’ve enjoyed our visits . . . And the food.

13. Debra - June 1, 2017

Your meal looks incredibly delicious, Nancy. I enjoy seeing how much fun you have. I’d enjoy traveling the world by way of cuisine!

nrhatch - June 1, 2017

Me too. Travel is all about the tastes and textures.


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