Verve Culture's Molcajete, Moroccan Tagine and Hot Chocolate Jug was featured in a Today's article "5 Big Lessons I Learned From Turning My Outdated Kitchen Into a Dream Space."
"To top it off, I have a clay Moroccan tagine for delicious rice dishes, a handmade clay Mexican hot chocolate vase (which I currently use as a centerpiece to house a bouquet of dried eucalyptus) and a molcajete from Oaxaca to make killer guacamole any day of the week. I got these all from Verve Culture, a boutique website that curates its home goods from local artisans around the world. It's like shopping at a market or bazaar when you can't travel to it. My parents were married in Morocco and I studied Oaxaca in anthropology in college, so both cuisines and cookware have sentimental value."
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