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Roadside Butcher | Tizi n’ Tichka Pass, Morocco

Easter Sunday is just a week away and I’m thinking about what to cook for dinner.  
In centuries past, it was considered a sign of good fortune to meet a lamb. Because of it’s religious symbolism,  it was believed that the devil, who could take the shape of all other animals, was not allowed to appear in the shape of a lamb.
Roadside Butcher / Morocco / Chef Chris Colburn

We stumbled upon this roadside butcher shop somewhere between Marrakesh and Ouarzazate where we enjoyed the most flavorful mutton of our lives.

lamb chops / chef chris colburn
lamb lunch / chef chris colburn
Delicious !!!

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