Moroxican Cuisine Crushing It in Baja

Mi Casa Supper Club at sunset Growing up in Casablanca, Bo Bendana was warned that every girl had to learn how to cook or no one will marry her. “But I don’t want to get married!” 12 year-old Bo told her mother. In spite of her resistance, Bo’s mother taught her to cook. That early introduction to savory ingredients and exotic spices contributed to the success Chef Bo is enjoying in Mexico’s Baja California. Her “Moroxican” (Moroccan-Mexican fusion) restaurant, Mi Casa Supper Club, with its airy Mediterranean-style décor and oceanfront location . . .  [read rest of Bo Bendana’s Moroxican Cuisine here].

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  1. Great article!! Proud to live in the area… Just a comment: FYI from Rosarito, you can NOT see the deep blue Atlantic… Its located on the western coast of the Baja California peninsula… Its beach is on the Pacific Ocean!! Wouldn’t want tourists looking for Rosarito on the Atlantic coast.. Hahahaha!!! Keep up the great writing!!!! Thanks…

  2. The food Mi Casa Supper Club looks delicious. Great location too.
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    • luggageandlipstick says:

      It was fantastic — I haven’t eaten that much in many, many years! Chef Bo is a very warm and gracious host, too.

  3. Moroxican, love it!
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  4. That meal looks so delicious, I would love to sample a whole meal there~
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  5. This place looks fabulous! I commented on the other site too and am going to tweet this – it’s all I can do not to head there now!

    • luggageandlipstick says:

      Thank you so much, Kay! It’s a fabulous place, made more so by Bo, an incredibly talented and warm woman.

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