Posted for ZWT II - Africa/Middle East, from Bon Appetit's "Tastes of the World". Because of the crecent shape, these tender, filled pastries are called "gazelle horns" in Morocco. They have an almond paste center and are lightly scented with orange blossom water, an ingredient often used in Middle Eastern Cooking. Orange Blossom Water can be purchased at most liquor Stores or in the liquor department at most supermarkets. These can be made 1 day ahead.