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6 comments on “Fes el Bali: Chebakia – honey soaked sesame cookies

  1. Dave says:

    Do you ever wonder who was the first to discover who two flavors meld together, like honey and sesame? Who would have thought? Martha, thank you so much for coming to Gwichyaa Zhee!

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    1. marthapfeil says:

      Whoever it was…. It was a long time ago.! Thank you!!

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  2. Mmm those look good! There is a Moroccan restaurant down in La Jolla, we haven’t been to it in a while but next time we go I am going to have to see if these are on the menu …

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  3. maybulman says:

    I tried these when I was in Morocco. VERY sweet. The first bite was good, but I soon started to struggle with the overpowering sweetness!

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    1. marthapfeil says:

      That is true! A little goes a long way!

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