Moroccan Family Recipes with a Marrakech Native - Day Trip
Offer ID : 1305726
Tour Summary : Moroccan Family Recipes with a Marrakech Native - Day Trip , priced from $38 per person

A warm and friendly Marrakech native, Hind grew up in a riad in Marrakech’s Medina (old quarter). Because her mother worked night shifts, Hind and her sister would cook her mother’s recipes for their family. Through trial and error, she perfected her mother’s recipes and now loves to cook for friends and family. When she tries food at restaurants that she thinks could use improvement, Hind loves recreating those dishes at home the way she thinks they ought to be. With Hing, travelers can enjoy an immersive Moroccan culinary experience with a local. If you book a meal experience, travelers will be welcomed into Hind's home with a traditional date milk or mint tea before enjoying a traditional homemade Moroccan meal. If a cooking class is booked, travelers will learn to create a traditional Moroccan meal from scratch in a hands-on cooking lesson that will last about 2 1/2 hours. Travelers will learn to make a Moroccan tajine as well as sides like eggplant salad or taktouka (a zesty dip of cooked tomatoes and roasted peppers) in Hind's small but modern kitchen. Hind also offers an optional market tour add-on of the Gueliz market, where Hind will introduce travelers to local and regional produce and spices and teach travelers about the ingredients involved in Moroccan cuisine. The market tour will last about 45 minutes before guests will walk back 10 minutes to Hind’s apartment for their cooking lesson.




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    • Meal
    • Cooking Class (optional)
    • Market Tour (optional)
    • Lunch (12:30pm-2:30pm Meal, 10:30am-2:30pm Cooking Lesson, 10am-3pm Market Tour) OR Dinner (7-9pm Meal, 5-9pm Cooking Lesson, or 4-9pm Market Tour)
    • Vegetarian options available
    • Alcohol available
    • Transportation available
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    Thursday, Mar 29, 2018 Saturday, Jun 01, 2019 $ 38
Offer ID: 1305726
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