Khmisa and Kawtar, two Moroccan women passionate about cooking, welcome you in Marrakech for a meal at Khmisa's place in the heart of the Medina in the pure Moroccan cuisine tradition and in a family and warm atmosphere. Khmisa, Chef for 25 years now, specialised in Morrocan cuisine and pastry, has worked for several renowned hotel establishments in the cities of Rabat and Marrakech. Kawtar, graduated with a bachelor degree in hospitality and tourism will also assist you during your cooking class and help with the communication between you and the Chef.
At the arrival, we will welcome you with a traditional mint tea and we will discuss with you about the menu choice which will be composed of the most typical best Moroccan dishes. the menu will be starter/ main course/desert. First we will go with Chef Khmisa to the Old Souk . A walk through the souk to buy the fresh ingredient. Once back home, we will start the preparation.
Learn how to make Moroccan dishes such as tanjia, tagine, and pastilla in this traditional cooking class led a local chef. Pick out fresh ingredients from a nearby market, hear cultural insights and insider tips over a traditional tea ceremony, and get hands-on experience in an authentic Moroccan kitchen, before sitting down together with your host’s family to enjoy your homemade meal.
Eating at a traditional Moroccan restaurant in Marrakesh lets you experience Moroccan cuisine, but this Moroccan cooking workshop at La Maison Arabe teaches you how to make the traditional dishes, so you can have them again and again. Use your personal workstation to prepare a meal using fresh local ingredients as you follow a Moroccan cook’s instructions. Then, afterward, you can taste what you’ve made.
Gain a newfound appreciation for Moroccan cuisine during this small-group cooking class, including shopping at the market, preparation of a traditional dish and lunch. Learn some Arabic phrases from your guide to shop at the ‘souq’ (market) for ingredients. Then create a traditional Moroccan meal such as couscous or ‘tagine’ (a meat and vegetable dish named after the pot used for cooking). Finish by enjoying lunch with fellow students in the courtyard of a 'riad,' a traditional Moroccan dwelling. This small-group class, limited to 12 participants, also includes a recipe sheet so you can replicate the dish later.
Experience 360-degree views from 124 floors up in the sky inside Dubai’s Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest building. Then enjoy a 3-course meal (choose between either lunch or dinner) at the Burj Club, located on the 5th floor (or at the Armani Mediterraneo or Armani Deli Restaurant, depending on availability).
We are a riad, the old moroccan familiar home in the medina.
Walking inside a riad it's like a flashback in the moroccan tradition.
Thanks to our cooking experience our guests will go the traditional Mellah cover market where we will buy all the ingredients for our cooking lesson and like in a traditional moroccan family we will cook together with our chef Aicha and they will discover the secrets of moroccan kitchen and culture.
On request e have gluten free and vegan options
After maximum 1 week our chef they will receive all the recipes by mail
Expand your culinary repertoire during this private Moroccan cooking class, which takes place at an organic farm in the countryside outside Marrakech. A chef schools you on Moroccan cooking and culinary traditions, weaving in fascinating facts about spices, ingredients, and kitchen practices while helping you prepare a meal. After, sit down to feast on the dishes you created.
Learn to make fresh, flavorful hummus at a Jerusalem cooking class that includes a full dinner and local drink. Since hummus is an important part of Israeli cooking—you’ll find it slathered into sandwiches and served alongside high-end cuisine—it’s a great place to start discovering the country’s colorful food.
Savor the Jordanian love of food on this 4-hour private cooking class in Amman, including lunch or dinner. Head to a cooking school in the charming Jebel Al Weibdeh neighborhood, and learn to make traditional Arabic dishes with local cooks. Prepare your recipes on a terrace overlooking old Amman and the Citadel and enjoy soft Arabic background music. Lastly, enjoy your creations for lunch or dinner, depending on your chosen class time; and choose to sip on a glass of wine with your food before finishing with a coffee.
Do you want to impress your friends or continue to enjoy typical Moroccan dishes when you get home? Take advantage of your stay to learn Moroccan cuisine in one of our traditional cooking classes, and share a moment of conviviality during a culinary training followed by the tasting of your achievement during a meal.
Program of the training :
1) Appointment before the Café de France, acquaintance.
2) Direction the walk, discovery of places, products, spices and flavors, make the necessary purchases to prepare the daily specials.
3) Return to the workshop, guided by our cook and equipped with your apron, you will become the chef's day to make an assortment of Moroccan starters, a traditional dish, followed by the desert.
4) Around a meal and accompanied by your kitchen companions you will taste your preparations of the day.
With farm to table you will experience a unique way to cook a traditional Moroccan tajine in an authentic place while learning about Moroccan culture and traditional way of life. As part of this class, you will visit a local market, choose your fresh ingredients you will use on your cooking class, and learn to cook a flavorful Dish.
With the help of a local host, discover the unique flavors of Moroccan cuisine and learn about traditional ways of life.
In this private class, you will visit a local market, have exotic ingredients to choose from and learn to cook 5 typical dishes.
Enjoy a private and authentic cooking demonstration and homecooked meal with your host Grace. This is a perfect experience for anyone looking to connect with local culture over food. Grace learned to cook from her mother and grandmother when she was a young girl. Her love for cooking grew when she got married and learned additional cooking skills from her late husband who was a great cook. Grace lives with her daughter in the outskirts of Nairobi city and currently works for an NGO that offers business training to women. Sharing cultures and making people feel at home when they are away from their home is what she most enjoys about hosting travelers. Apart from cooking Grace also loves to read and swim. Get a glimpse into a typical Kenyan household and experience the Kenyan lifestyle and cuisine during this private, authentic food experience.
Explore the flavors and traditions of Moroccan cuisine during a cooking class at a farmhouse outside of Marrakech. Learn to identify aromatic Moroccan spices, cook a full Moroccan meal with classic sides, and enjoy a hearty meal on a terrace surrounded by fruit trees. This Moroccan cooking class includes pickup and drop-off at your Marrakech hotel, with morning tea, snacks, and drinks provided as you cook.
Spend the day exploring Morocco’s vibrant spices and cuisine with a local cook in Casablanca, preparing an authentic meal in a home kitchen. This is the perfect way to get beyond the tourist trail to experience the real Moroccan culture, as you share a welcome drink, learn to find the very best produce and spices, then cook a seasonal menu with a traditional dessert. Choose between a lunch and dinner experience, and take home some of the secrets of the Moroccan kitchen.
Enjoy a delicious immersion in traditional Ghanaian cuisine with this two-in-one, private market tour and cooking class. In the morning, meet your guide directly at your hotel and hop aboard a private vehicle. Your first stop is Kasoa, where you’ll visit a bustling market. Pick out seasonal ingredients, and see how locals shop. Next, transfer to the kitchen facilities, where your guide will teach you to prepare a number of traditional dishes, from jollof rice to fufu. Finally, sit down to enjoy your meal.
Immerse yourself in bit of Moroccan culture with a private visit to a market and a cooking class in Casablanca. With a local host, you'll shop for ingredients together before heading to the host's home to learn how to make a Moroccan meal. Then, sit down to enjoy the dishes you helped create, and enjoy a glass of wine.
Learn to cook shakshuka, a classic Israeli dish of eggs cooked in spiced tomatoes, at a Jerusalem cooking class. Since you’ll be learning alongside a group of fellow travelers, it’s a great way to combine cuisine and socializing; begin the evening by learning about local food, and finish the night by eating the delicious shakshuka you’ve prepared.
Discover the unique tastes, flavors, and spices of Middle-Eastern cooking, especially the Yemenite foods that form part of the host's heritage. Israela is a first-class cook who has been preparing traditional meals for guests from all over the world for over thirty years. You will also discover aspects of Yemenite culture such as the music and clothing, as well as the layout of a kosher kitchen.
The class takes places in Israela's beautiful home. Guests will enjoy their finished meal overlooking the breathtaking Judean Desert.
Get a closeup view of local life during this private cooking class in a village outside Agadir. Shop like a local, with a local, at the market, then cook up a feast including omelet and tagine. Besides your delicious home-cooked lunch, your day includes breakfast and door-to-door round-trip private transfers, with Wi-Fi as you travel.
LocaLocal is not your everyday Tel Aviv food tour. It is a slice of real Tel Aviv. It is a truly local experience, a way for you to use all of your senses and connect intimately with the local culture and food.
Together we'll explore the neighborhood, learn it's secrets spots that only the locals know, meet interesting people that live and work in the neighborhood, taste a few iconic dishes in restaurants in the area, buy groceries at the market, and go to my home where you'll learn how to cook authentic Israeli food.
The cooking class will be followed by a full Israeli meal (wine and drinks included) in my beautiful garden.
By the end of the day, you will know about Tel Aviv (and especially Kerem HaTeimanim neighborhood), experience the local Carmel Market to its fullest and most importantly, have a belly full of authentic Israeli food that you can now cook by yourself, anywhere.
This is your unique gourmet discovery adventure in Mauritius.
Join Chef/Patronne Sandy, of "Pallagino" Feast of Mauritius, author, writer, recipes creator, culinary presenter, certified cooking instructor, in her kitchen at home to discover local gastronomy in an ultimate, endless culinary adventure.
You will learn how to cook a complete meal, just like we cook at home in Mauritius.
You can expect your cooking class to take about an hour and a half before you sit down and enjoy the meal you have prepare over engaging conversation with Chef Sandy. Feel free to ask her about the fresh vegetables, ingredients, herbs and spices that go into making each dish, and tips for substitute should you not find these herbs and spices back home.
Come cook and share with us a typical Creole meal from Mauritius, whose secrets have been passed down for generations from mother to daughter. Discover our mixed cuisine and the history of the island through its spices and recipes. Discover a spicy cuisine, but not necessarily spicy and share the meal!