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A Unique Moroccan Cooking Class

From £107 pp

Marrakech, Morocco

3 Hours

2-10

A Unique Moroccan Cooking Class

What You'll Do

Join a cooking class that's a little out of the ordinary, on an organic farm on the outskirts of Marrakech, where you'll learn all the secrets of legendary Moroccan cuisine, jealously guarded by the locals.

We will pick you up from your hotel or riad, and make the quick 30km drive to the fringes of Marrakech, where we’ll stop at an organic farm.

Here, you’ll take a short walking tour of the beautiful organic vegetable gardens, learning the methods used to grow such exotic produce. You’ll learn what’s in season, what the region’s specialities are, so that when you return to Marrakech, you can order what you know to be the best dishes for the time of year.

Then, it’s time to learn the secrets to authentic Moroccan gastronomy. Moroccan cuisine is all about the perfect blend of spices and a few local tricks, which combine to produce that distinctive Moroccan flavour.

You’ll learn all the origins of the local cuisine, as well as the culinary traditions that are essential to cooking (and eating) authentically, and like a local. You’ll learn how Moroccan food has been influenced by a variety of cultures, creating a unique fusion of flavours not quite like any other country on earth.

You will learn all of this as you enjoy a hands-on cooking class, and you’ll be able to enjoy the fruits of your labour in an authentic setting, either in the dining room or the garden, depending on the time of year.

This is an authentic experience that truly immerses you in Moroccan food culture, such an important part to life here as a local.

Experience
Highlights

Explore an organic vegetable farm in a pleasant natural setting

Learn the secrets to truly authentic Moroccan cuisine

Cook and eat a delicious meal in a traditional setting

Understand the history of Moroccan cooking and its influences

Your Local Host:

Hamid and Gilly

Hamid was raised as a nomad. His family lived a nomadic life until he was about 6 years old.  Hamid’s family of 10 then settled in a remote desert village.  Family is everything to him.  Hamid is from the Amazigh tribe. “Amazigh” means free people.  He speaks five different languages:  Berber, Arabic, English, Spanish and French. Read More

Location Information

You’ll be picked you up from your accommodation and taken to and from the organic farm in private transport. Be ready for a great time out!

  • Hotel pick up and return
  • English speaking local guide
  • Visit to an organic vegetable producer
  • Hands - on authentic cooking class
  • The wonderful meal you just prepared

FAQs

The experience mostly takes place in an outdoor kitchen (unless the weather is wet/cold). Please dress appropriately and bring water and sunscreen.