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Explore two UNESCO treasures in a day. Choose between the highway route or a more scenic drive through hilly olive groves and vineyards. Discover the basilica and mosaics of the Roman ruins at Volubilis, then enjoy lunch in the nearby hills of Moulay Idriss Zerhoun. Your next stop is the walled city of Meknes, where you see regal stables, an underground prison, and the mausoleum of Morocco’s first Arab king.
Fes Cooking Class activity is a rich adventure to know about Moroccan Cuisine. You will have fun baking and making famous Moroccan meals with an expert Cuisine Chef.10.00 am the driver will get you to our Cooking Class Traditional Fassi Home. You will have a couple of dish options to choose one to make. After that, comes the time to buy the necessary spices, oils, and ingredients from the local Sook. Get acknowledged by the different colored spices out there.When arriving back to our cooking class spot; the chef will tell you about the delicious taste secrets and tips of the Moroccan cuisine. This is an opportunity to witness the usual lifestyle of a Moroccan family.Start following the chef while he guides you to successfully prepare your meal. You can also try to bake the Moroccan bread & prepare Moroccan Salad.When you finish join the house family and your chef in a lunch gathering to taste your own handmade dish. Enjoy Moroccan cup of mint tea before the class ends.
Prepare an authentic Moroccan feast with a local chef at a private cooking class in the UNESCO-listed Medina of Fez. From market-fresh salads to a main dish and fresh bread, you’ll get hands-on experience in a real Moroccan kitchen. Since the cooking class begins with a shopping trip to a local market, you’ll learn how to choose the best spices, vegetables, and meats for recreating Moroccan food at home.
Discover Morocco’s Meknes wine region and its full-bodied wines on this private tour from Fez. Travel into this scenic region between the Rif and Middle Atlas Mountains, and admire the green vineyards. Then, visit the Celliers de Meknes winery and the Chateau Roslane to tour the cellars and sample the wines. Learn about the flavors and aromas, share the passion of the winemakers, choose to purchase (own expense) your favorites, and finish with a traditional Moroccan lunch.
Discover the art of Moroccan cuisine at a 5-hour cooking class with a local family in Fez. Choose from recipes for everything from ‘tagine’ (slow-cooked stew), to breads, pastries, and couscous dishes, and pick up the ingredients needed at a souk. Create your dishes with hands-on guidance from your hosts, and savor your creations over lunch as you chat about daily life and food in the city. Ingredients, meal, and return hotel transfers included.
Immerse yourself in Moroccan culture with this cooking class in Fes. Learn how to cook traditional dishes like couscous and tagine and understand the importance of spices in this cuisine. The class starts with a tour of the souk to choose ingredients for the meal plus browse the handicrafts for sale at this colorful market.
This Sephardic cooking class in Fes introduces you to the flavors of Moroccan Jewish cuisine through an immersive, hands-on experience. After shopping for fresh ingredients at the medina marketplace, head to a luxurious hotel to cook classic Sephardic dishes alongside your guide. At the end of the class, take home detailed recipe cards so you can recreate your meal.
Cook a 3-course Moroccan lunch at a Fez cooking class led by a professional chef. Since the cooking class begins with a trip through the local food market, you’ll discover the fresh ingredients and aromatic spices that are the building blocks of Moroccan cuisine. Next, make a starter, main course, and dessert with your class—after a glass of tea, the experience concludes with the delicious meal you’ve prepared.
Get straight to the heart of Moroccan cooking without resorting to cookbooks on this small-group cooking class in Fez. After visiting a market in Fez medina to learn how to identify the best ingredients, head back to the cooking school to learn to make dishes such as tagine (slow-cooked stew) and pastillas (filo-pastry pies). Then, sit down to enjoy your lunch. Hotel pickup and drop-off are included for convenience.