Morocco has about a half-dozen shopping areas in the indoor/outdoor Bazaar. Purchase clay ovens to cook food items back home just like they do in a Moroccan restaurant. Also for sale are spices, assorted food items, cookbooks, bottled beverages, rugs, lighting fixtures, mirrors, leather hassocks, jewelry, wooden boxes made from the Thuya tree, glassware, dishes, decorative bottles, unique apparel for men and women, brass items (including Aladdin-style lamps), daggers, ceramic items, tiles, vases, handmade baskets, incense, belly dancing DVDs and clothing, shoes, handbags, leather items such as wallets, musical instruments, wind chimes, leather camels and fezzes. The outdoor shopping area is covered by a glass roof that allows the sunlight in and protects merchandise and shoppers from the frequent Florida summer rainstorms. Some of the more popular packaged snacks include: Galil Turkish Delight, Pistachio-Almond-Hazelnut. Sweet, a bit chewy and sticky, but with good flavor. There are several pieces in the box, so there is enough to share. Harissa DEA Sauce. Made with rehydrated chili and some spices. Halva Plain (Hummus). Surprisingly tasty, and with plenty for a small family to share as a dipping snack for chips, celery, or carrots.
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