Bread Rolls Recipe from Morocco

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Andy M.

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Reading some random recipes online recently, I came across a recipe from Morocco. Now I'm not big into Moroccan recipes but this bread (roll) recipe looked interesting in that it called for fresh thyme.

I started making the recipe when I realized I didn't have any fresh thyme so I used some dry thyme I had in the spice cabinet.

Well, the rolls tasted pretty good. I guess you could say I like that old thyme Moroccan roll.
 

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Reading some random recipes online recently, I came across a recipe from Morocco. Now I'm not big into Moroccan recipes but this bread (roll) recipe looked interesting in that it called for fresh thyme.

I started making the recipe when I realized I didn't have any fresh thyme so I used some dry thyme I had in the spice cabinet.

Well, the rolls tasted pretty good. I guess you could say I like that old thyme Moroccan roll.

Looks like you and Bob Seger have aa lot in common :rolleyes::LOL:
 

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Reading some random recipes online recently, I came across a recipe from Morocco. Now I'm not big into Moroccan recipes but this bread (roll) recipe looked interesting in that it called for fresh thyme.

I started making the recipe when I realized I didn't have any fresh thyme so I used some dry thyme I had in the spice cabinet.

Well, the rolls tasted pretty good. I guess you could say I like that old thyme Moroccan roll.

Care to share the recipe? Please.
 

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Sounds interesting. I'd like to see the recipe too, please.

and I would file it under that name "Old Thyme Moroccan Roll"

love it... :ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:
 

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OK people. From now on, the jokes all go in the Today's Funny forum. It's really sad when my jokes aren't even recognized as jokes.
 

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All that being said, I had the pleasure of seeing Bob Seger a few years back. Great seats, sounded great. Would have been better if the two drunk 6'6, 300+ pound NE Patriot football players weren't sitting, or I should say standing and dancing (literally the whole concert) right in front of us.

***Pic taken from actual concert, when I was able to get my " Thyming" right to avoid capturing their backs***
 

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CharlieD

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Sorry, Charlie. There is no recipe. This is a a word play joke.

Old thyme moroccan roll.

Old time rock and roll.


Dumb foreigners, I mean me. How would I recognize the play on words, where I can barely speak the language. :ROFLMAO: ;)
Thankyou anyways.
 

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