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great cookery courses in morocco?


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i am a restaurant cook going to morocco for a month and would like any advice on the best and most traditional cooking courses that are available out there. also any must visit restaurants/markets/farms or anything food related would be greatly appreciated!! thank you.

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i am a restaurant cook going to morocco for a month and would like any advice on the best and most traditional cooking courses that are available out there. also any must visit restaurants/markets/farms or anything food related would be greatly appreciated!! thank you.

I dont know many of the details but my girlfriend reviewed the cookery course at Maison Arabe in Marrakesh and thought it superb, learning to make many of the staple dishes well with a good insight into their background. have eaten in their restaurant and was very good if a little confused.

We had several fantastic meals at Restaurant Cafe Berbere, a small family place serving mainly tourists. The food is simple and inexpensive. Soup, tagine and fruit will cost about 12euros and is really good. The Soupe Maroccaine and the Chicken Tagine are dishes i will never forget.

Matt

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i am a restaurant cook going to morocco for a month and would like any advice on the best and most traditional cooking courses that are available out there. also any must visit restaurants/markets/farms or anything food related would be greatly appreciated!! thank you.

We had several fantastic meals at Restaurant Cafe Berbere, a small family place serving mainly tourists. The food is simple and inexpensive. Soup, tagine and fruit will cost about 12euros and is really good. The Soupe Maroccaine and the Chicken Tagine are dishes i will never forget.

Matt

thanks matt!! It is my last day in morocco today, i will check out cafe berbere tonight. i will also post other food highlights and low lights of my three weeks here....

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