Berber Cooking Class Day trip
Drawing from Arab, Berber, Jewish, African and French traditions, Morocco Berber cuisine is widely recognized and provides a healthy diet. Morocco is home to an abundance of locally grown fresh food, due to the wonderful climate year round and a smart irrigation. Used with an imaginative range of spices, herbs and oils, the produce creates a distinct range of tasty meals including Tajines, Couscous, Salads and flat breads. A wander round a souk gives you a sense of the immense range of fresh vegetables and fruits available to Moroccan families and chefs for the best Berber Cooking Class Marrakech.
Berber Cooking Class Marrakech IN A GENUINE BERBER FAMILY HOUSE
Berber Cooking Class Marrakech preferably to be taken on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Friday, to explore the local weekly market. You experience the cooking from the beginning to the end. From buying the spices and fresh produces at the weekly market, to enjoying the meal while soaking in the lush mountains and village life surrounding you. The Trip Starts at 9 am, pick up from your accommodation. Head to the Weekly Market to select fresh ingredients (meat, vegetables… Depends on what you want to cook Tagine or couscous ) by yourself as locals.
Explore the beautiful Ourika Valley. You will have an opportunity to visit the women cooperative (where the women make Moroccan oil and herbs part), as well as many stops for pictures.
We join a real Berber Family in their house. The Berber cooking class is run by Malika the Grandmother of the Family, an experienced cook whose trade secrets have passed down her family for generations. English speaking driver/guide, will do the translation to English and will be assisting in the cooking class as you learn about the techniques of traditional local cooking. How to make mint tea, how to make Moroccan bread, how to cook it in a traditional oven above a wooden fire, and how to milk a cow…). Our cooking class provides a wealthy source of information in Moroccan cuisine, cooking methods, and spices. Dishes are cooked in traditional earthenware Tajines on a Majmar, a charcoal burning brazier.
we will be in Marrakesh around 5 pm.