How would like to join a one-of-a-kind culinary experience across Morocco? Join us for a trip combining the most delectable Arab, Berber, and Mediterranean influences in a journey from the Sahara to Casablanca, Marrakech, and Fes!
You’ll become a bona fide Moroccan chef with your own recipes for tagines, couscous, pastilla, and pastries. You’ll also discover the magic properties of Argan oil, cook Berber bread in the Sahara, explore the spice markets, and experience the full breadth of Moroccan gastronomy. From bargaining at the souks to seeing the sights and staying in stunning properties across the Kingdom, join us for an unforgettable sensory adventure and return home with your very own Moroccan cookbook!
From shopping for spices to preparing the ingredients, you will learn all of the steps and try your hand at making several Moroccan Tagines including classics like the chicken and preserved lemons tagine, the lamb and prunes tagine, or the vegetables and olive tagine.
You’ll learn how to prepare several delicacies from Warqa, the Moroccan filo dough and the main ingredient in many Moroccan pastries including the staple dessert of Gazelle Horns.
Learn how to mix and match fresh tomatoes, lettuce, cucumber, onions, pepper, eggplants and olive oil to create delicious and healthy Moroccan salads. kernels. Once we arrive to Essaouira, we’ll check-in the hotel before enjoying a fish tagine with live Gnawa musicians in a beautiful riad in the medina.
You’ll try Moroccan mint tea in a myriad of flavors throughout the trip, including a special variety in the region of Taliouine where locals add a pinch of Saffron for a unique take on the national drink.
Prepare for a foodie evening to remember with a street food tour of the magical Jamaa El Fna square of Marrakech. You’ll taste traditional local snacks and try a refreshing glass of fresh orange juice from the iconic vendors that line this World Heritage site.
Everyone’s heard of Moroccan mint tea, but you may be surprised to learn that Morocco also boasts world-class vineyards. All of your dinners will be accompanied by a selection of Morocco’s finest white, red and rosé wines, and you’ll also visit a local vineyard to learn about Moroccan viniculture.
As we walk through the souks of Marrakech and Fes, we will spend time learning about the different spices and condiments that are key in preparing a Tagine.
Moroccan bread takes various shapes and forms, and you will get to see how traditional berber bread is baked and then try your hand at cooking your own loaf. Dip your fresh-baked bread in Argan Oil and sip warm mint tea for a magic moment you won’t soon forget!
From cosmetics to gastronomy, we’ll visit an Argan Oil women’s cooperative to learn about the unique properties of the Argan tree and get a first-hand account on the steps involved in harvesting the Argan nut and extracting its oil. You’ll also get to sample all of the creams and ointments derived from the oil.
Relive Humphrey Bogart’s Casablanca in the lively atmosphere at Ricks café. You’ll enjoy a refined meal to the sound of the house pianist playing As Time Goes By. The salad of goat cheese and Moroccan figs is a must!
We’ll tour one of Morocco’s leading vineyards and have a tasting where you will pair white, red and rosé wines with a gastronomic menu.
Situated in the heart of Marrakech, Le Nomad offers sophisticated Moroccan meals in a sumptuous terrace setting. Savor their Saffron-scented Moroccan Date Cake overlooking the Medina of Marrakech.
With an unrivaled view of the medina and port of Essaouira, Taros offers French and Moroccan fusion cuisine in a beautiful setting with live music and memorable magic tricks by the house magician.
Dar Rhizlane puts a new spin on classic Moroccan dishes and invites you to rediscover the Tagine or try new fusions and the unique creations of the restaurant. Don’t miss out on the Chef’s selection of sweet and savory Moroccan salads. drop you off for your flight back home.
Enjoy refined traditional Moroccan cuisine including couscous, Harira soup, and Lamb Tagines in the an atmosphere right out of the 1001 nights in this Riad in the heart of Rabat.
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