On a quest in Morocco to not only find olives—green, black, natural, stuffed, unstuffed, spicy and not-so-spicy—but also special containers to put them in.
The traditions of Morocco have been serving up both heaping spoonfuls of artistically-driven visual-pleasure, while satisfying one's gastronomic flights of fancy.
There are many ways to feast one’s eyes. It's not always just about the food.
Candles strategically placed create an invisible thread that just begs guests to sit back and bask in the joy of the gathering.
To keep cooking to a minimum—think tapas. in addition to the obligatory olives, try adding chorizo, gazpacho and more.
Mothers, step-mothers, grand/great grandmothers, and others who have filled-in-the-gap as mother figures have championed us in the face of adversity and their applause resonates loudest with our victories.
Pastel-colored stemware, dinnerware in fresh yellow, crisp white, lime and sage green and hand-thrown turquoise pots highlight the natural greens in this fresh tablescape.
Is a tablescape with brilliant fuchsia, burnt orange and cobalt blue too bright for spring?
Hand-plated dishes from Japan and plates from Morocco create an exotic place setting with a mix of pieces from different places.
Cold, rain, clouds, mud and more rain on the way. Brighten up the gloomy weather with a colorful fiesta.