A bowl of harira is like a hug from Morocco during Ramadan. 

Harira, a traditional Moroccan tomato-based soup, is a staple during Ramadan, enjoyed alongside dates, milk, and other delicacies. 

Ramadan in Morocco is marked by cherished traditions like iftar meals featuring harira soup, chebakia cookies, and other delights. 

Despite being far from my Moroccan roots in Washington state, my family keeps Ramadan traditions alive with dishes like harira and mechoui. 

Harira, a hearty soup with chickpeas, lentils, and beef, is a comforting tradition during the fasting month of Ramadan. 

Moroccan iftar tables are incomplete without harira, a fragrant tomato soup enjoyed after a day of fasting. 

Ramadan traditions in my family include savoring harira, a cherished recipe passed down through generations. 

Harira, a flavorful soup with chickpeas and noodles, symbolizes the spirit of Ramadan in Moroccan households. 

Even in Washington state, Ramadan feels like home with the aroma of harira filling the air. 

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