This is a bedoiun woman that make Tunisian bread. First she start the fire with branches in that “oven”. When it was warm enough she took the bread and put it inside. When they was ready she took them and cut them in half, filled them with oliveoil, harissa, onion and tomatos. They was delicious :D

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Comments

  • Sherri     Nicholas
    Sherri Nic...almost 5 years ago

    Hi Mariana, this is a interesting picture also a great tid bit of history behind it..thank you for sharing…Sherri :):)

  • Thank you Sherri :)

    – MarianaEwa

  • Jan  Tribe
    Jan Tribealmost 5 years ago

    Fantastic capture of this! Sounds like you had a great time!

  • Thank you dear :) yes it was a wonderful week.

    – MarianaEwa

  • BlackSwan
    BlackSwanalmost 5 years ago

    I love the little detail on the background, the plastic chairs, the little pale boy, the writing on the wall. They all make this bread-baking woman appear so out-of place! Great job Mariana!

  • Thank you Leena :)

    – MarianaEwa

  • stephaniek
    stephaniekalmost 5 years ago

    Fun and educational display!! Nice image!!

  • Thank you Stephanie :)

    – MarianaEwa

  • Ana Belaj
    Ana Belajalmost 5 years ago

    Fantastic capture!anna

  • Thank you Anna :) thanks for the fave too :))

    – MarianaEwa

  • DonDavisUK
    DonDavisUKalmost 5 years ago

    A wonderful capture Mariana, so full of every day life for these people.

  • Thank you Don :) thank you for the fave too :))

    – MarianaEwa

  • Enivea
    Eniveaalmost 5 years ago

    Love it! Thanks for capturing it!

  • Thank you Enivea :) thank you for the fave too :))

    – MarianaEwa

  • EvaAn68
    EvaAn68almost 5 years ago

    Yup, that’s how it’s done!!! My mother-in-law does it too :D :D :D
    Also… there is actually not many (if any) real bedouins in Tunisia anymore. She is probably “just” an ordinary farm-woman…

  • Thank you dear :) yes I think you have right about the woman. But we was there the 20 of March and it is the Tunisian day. Dont know the name in English. I was told that many Beduoins come to the villages that day to sell their things they made. But this woman was not one of they.

    – MarianaEwa

  • fezoj64
    fezoj64almost 5 years ago

    What superior beautiful shot dear Mariana . I like it. ..Jozef

  • Thank you Jozef :) thank you for the fave too :))

    – MarianaEwa

  • Alissa Brunskill
    Alissa Brunskillalmost 5 years ago

    I would love to try some of this bread, sounds delicious.

  • Thank you :) yes it was very delicious.

    – MarianaEwa

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