from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. A rabbit of folklore depicted as delivering baskets of colored eggs to children at Easter.


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  • Lahlou is the chef behind San Francisco's Aziza and has a cookbook out called Mourad: New Moroccan.

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  • Lahlou's book is a persuasive attempt to engage cooks with this modern Morocco.

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  • Lahlou's book, "Mourad: New Moroccan" Artisan, is a more personal, idiosyncratic work that flows mostly from two small rooms: his family's kitchen in Marrakesh, and his own in San Francisco.

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  • For example, bread, not couscous, is the everyday and much-loved staple of Moroccan tables Lahlou said that his family went through eight loaves a day.

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  • In Lahlou's family, only his mother is considered expert at making beghrir - and, as a traditional Moroccan cook, she did not share her recipe even with her son.

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  • Lahlou's father had also left his wife and children, a situation that was considered so tragic that others spoiled him with food and attention to make up for it, he said.

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  • The sweet, earthy spices, velvety textures, complex braises and tangy flavor sparks of Morocco are only the starting point for Lahlou's cuisine.

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  • Lahlou, the native son, is the activist for change and modernity.

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  • At the time, Lahlou was 5, the constant companion of his family's chief food supplier: his grandfather, who did the daily shopping.

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