Moroccan Tagine

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The second day of EID ALADHA is very special, it’s the day when we have to butcher our UDHIAS’ carcass to preserve meat, share some with poor people and give the family’s younger generation meat for their “Tagine”. My family calls this ritual “Khalouta”, wich means “a mix” because children tend to mix things without knowing steps… And this special tradition isn’t about following adults instructions but children are mostly following their “gut feelings”.


 
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