The idea of Mediterranean cuisine calls to mind Greece and Turkey most vividly, and ingredients like lemon, olives, grape leaves, lamb, and wine. And those are all very delicious, but your Mediterranean experience would be tragically hemmed in if you didn’t also think of braised meats, tagines, apricots, and plums. The food of the Maghreb region, which includes Algeria, Libya, Morocco, and Tunisia, is on full, glorious display at Midtown Global Market’s Moroccan Flavors, a tiny stall that boasts a simple yet powerful menu. Couscous or turmeric rice is topped with your choice of tender stewed vegetables, braised chicken, or braised beef. A salad sampler is a colorful array of tomato and cucumber, roasted beets, spicy cauliflower, grilled eggplant, marinated olives, and preserved orange and lemon. Wash it all down with a glass of mint iced tea. Feast on the side of the Mediterranean you’ve been missing.