Morocco is one of those dreamy destinations food bloggers have been flocking too recently. Ashley went a couple of years ago, and Megan just returned from her honeymoon (I was living vicariously through her Instagram feed.) It's definitely on my list of places to visit one day, so when Sophie Duncan emailed about putting together a guide for Rabat, I was practically giddy to feature such an exotic destination.
Living in Rabat on a Fulbright grant to research traditional Moroccan foods, Sophie is an ideal tour guide. In this town about an hour from Casablanca, you'll find a tiny bookstore filled with French paperback novels, literary care that doubles as a women's cooperative, and the best restaurant for Sengalese couscous.
So brew yourself a cup of tea and come visit Rabat!