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Colour of Maroc free pdf Colour of Maroc unveils a Moroccan cuisine, both traditional and contemporary, brimming with flavour. For photographer Rob, Colour of Maroc is a sketch of colour and light that captures the essence of a country far from the urban beach life of Bondi that he is familiar with. For his wife, Sophia, it is a journey of rediscovery as she experiences Morocco and her heritage as if for the first time. Food is their gateway into the heart of Morocco. Their passion for Morocco is a delight to share as they are guided by Sophia's friends and family through overflowing cities and remote dusty villages, exploring this country of vitality and contrasts. Through their eyes, Morocco dazzles with life and colour and offers up an inspiring collection of recipes bursting with flavour.

About Rob Palmer

Rob Palmer, the Aussie Photographer: Rob's photographic career began while bobbing around in the wild waves of Hawaii's world famous Banzai Pipeline. All of his spare time is still spent chasing waves but these days he's shooting a range of work for lifestyle, food and advertising clients and the stoke hasn't disappeared. Sophia Palmer, the Door Opener: Paris, London, Sydney. Sophia's Marketing and Communications career has taken her across the world over the past 12 years, working as an Account Director for big advertising agencies to Marketing Director of some of the top luxury brands. She was born in Morocco where she spent 13 years, and speaks English, French and Arabic.

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Author : Rob Palmer
Publisher : Murdoch Books
Data Published : 01 October 2013
ISBN : 1743360711
EAN : 9781743360712
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 288 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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