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Full Day Fes Cooking Class Experience

1. Full Day Fes Cooking Class Experience

Learn the secrets of Moroccan cuisine on this Fez cooking class in a  traditional Moroccan house built in the 14th century with a lovely garden  You will be picked up and driven to your master chef to have a discussion about meal and pastry options.  You can choose from a variety of  different options, such as: Tagine, Kefta with Tomato Sauce and Eggs, Djaj (chicken) Maqalli, Preserved Lemons, Meshwi (grill), Lamb with Prunes, Couscous with seven vegetables, Safa, Pastilla, Moroccan Traditional soups :(Harira, herbal) and Moroccan salads like : Ttaktkouka - with chopped cucumbers, tomatoes and onions, Bakoula, Rice and Tuna Salad,  Potato Salad, Green Bean Salad). There is also the option to make bread and take it to the  local farran (oven) for baking. ou can bake ordinary khubz (Arabic bread), khubz with olive, Harcha and (moroccan semolina bread).  Malawi bread, Baghrir bread, Moroccan mint tea . You can also try making different Moroccan pastries such as cookies,  baklawa and other sweet treats. The next step is to stop at a local market to buy ingredients, taking time to discover Moroccan spices (Ras El-Hanout, Anise, Fenugreek, Sesame Seeds, Cinnamon, Saffron, Ginger, Turmeric).  Then it's time to roll up your sleeves, and start cooking with the help of your chef, acquiring new techniques.  When you finish, sit and relax in a rounded table to enjoy your delicious meal.

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Full-Day Fez Handicraft Tour

2. Full-Day Fez Handicraft Tour

On this Fez guided tour, you spend your time discovering Moroccan Berber art as well as spending time with local crafters and artists. You'll start in the Fes Medina and its narrow alleys where blacksmiths and carpenters do business, at this souk you'll explore woven Berber carpets and other Moroccan handicraft items made by local craftsmen. Moving to Seffarine Place located near Quarantine university you can select plenty of chiseled trays, teapots, jars and innumerable other objects. Next, you'll visit the Batha Museum with its excellent collection of traditional Moroccan arts and crafts. Then it's off to  Nejjarine Museum of Wooden Arts and Crafts which was Opened in 1998. Furthermore, you’ll discover the oldest and the biggest fascinating tannery in Africa founded in the 9th century. Then you'll have a class at a ceramic pottery school to learn more about the culture and heritage of Morocco. You'll also enjoy a class in scarf making before being back dropped back at your hotel in the early evening.

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Fes: Authentic Cooking Class and Old Medina Visit

3. Fes: Authentic Cooking Class and Old Medina Visit

Your culinary adventure begins with a trip to the Old Medina to pickup fresh, local produce. With your expert guide, learn about the ingredients, traditions, and customs related to the Moroccan food culture, while you mingle with the locals at the market. After your shopping trip, head to a nearby restaurant to meet your chefs for the day and get ready to cook up a treat. Working side by side with the chefs, learn about the skills and techniques of Moroccan cooking, as well as gastronomic secrets to produce the very best dishes. Listen to your chef share insight into the customs of their cuisine, as you learn the techniques needs to cook and present gourmet Moroccan dishes. At the end of the workshop, enjoy the fruits of your labor and sit down to taste the meals you’ve made, then receive a certificate of success.

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Live Intro. Online Cooking Course - Five 1 Hour Workshops

4. Live Intro. Online Cooking Course - Five 1 Hour Workshops

Sign up for an Introductory Live Cooking Workshop (Five Sessions) and enjoy the authentic Moroccan Cuisine from your own kitchen! You can simply join via the zoom links we will send you. Before the sessions, you will receive a comprehensive list of fresh ingredients and equipment needed for the course. Attend once or twice a week and be guided on a special gastronomic adventure.

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What people are saying about Fès-Meknès

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Superfriendly welcome by Sufyan, who went to the market with us to buy all the good stuff for cooking. then we went tho the beautiful riad, where hadiya and naima waited for us with tea and cookies, while they prepared kitchen. then we cooked together, they showed us everything and we had a lot of fun. we are sorry not to know earlier, we would have loved to cook a little more and invite them to eat with us. highly highly reccommended!!

This was a really great experience. We were met by our driver at the agreed time and he gave us highlights of points on our route. We were warmly welcomed by our hosts and taken to the market to purchase our ingredients and choose our meat at the butcher. We feel like we made new friends during our intense prep and cooking. We all ate together and did a lot of laughing. The food was DELICIOUS!

A wonderful and relaxing experience and we enjoyed every minute. Our hosts spoke very good English were very knowledgeable and informative. After shopping for ingredients they showed us how to make the best lamb tagine ever and a vegetable accompaniment. We also made two Moroccan salads washed down with mint tea and freshly squeezed orange juice. Would highly recommend this cooking class.

It's a great experience to learn and cook traditional Moroccan dishes. It was also very unique opportunity to talk to the chef to learn more about fes and Morocco culture. We really enjoyed the cooking class and we thought we cooked the best tajine ever! Highly recommended.

it's a great experience...teachers were friendly and the food was amazing