How to Host a Moroccan Feast with these Easy Moroccan Recipes

Bring the exotic flavors, scents and color of Moroccan cuisine to life by hosting your own Moroccan feast at home. Impress your guests with a four-course, Moroccan dinner party consisting of authentic and easy, Moroccan recipes. All the food can be prepared ahead of time, allowing you to spend less time in the kitchen. As we do to close out all the countries we visit, today we feature our Moroccan feast including a pre-dinner drink. For Moroccan starters we will … Read More

What You Need to Know to Create Your Morocco Itinerary

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Our complete 3-week itinerary for Morocco and some practical advice to help you create a Morocco itinerary for your trip. What to do and where to go, information for traveling within Morocco and what to expect on your trip. As independent travelers, I usually research and create our itineraries determining where to go and how long to stay. For Morocco, I struggled, there is so much to see and do, spread out across a rather large geographic distance. Also, information … Read More

How to Make Moroccan Lamb Couscous at Home

Looking for an authentic Moroccan couscous recipe? Try our Moroccan lamb couscous, just full of the exotic flavors of Morocco. Lamb and couscous are a perfect union. The lamb, vegetables and spices gently simmer away as you prepare and cook your Moroccan style couscous, complete with dried fruits, nuts and fresh herbs. There are a number of ways to prepare couscous, ranging from the quick instant in a packet varieties to traditional, using a couscousiere, to hand made from scratch, … Read More

The Perfect Luxury Oasis in the Heart of Fez Morocco

Looking for where to stay in Fez- read our review of Palais Amani a boutique hotel in the heart of the Fez medina. Plus, what to do in Fes, including visiting a hammam, the best Moroccan cooking school, where to eat in Fez and a guide to the souks and what to buy in Morocco. Exploring Fez With over 9500 alleys, 1000 cul-de-sacs and 10500 historical buildings, Fez-el-Bali, the oldest part of the city is the perfect place to get … Read More

Spiced Orange is an Easy Moroccan Dessert Recipe

If you are looking for an easy Moroccan dessert recipe then look no further than our featured spiced orange recipe. We provide you with two versions. The simple, Palais Armani Cooking School version and our even easier version of spiced orange. You would be wrong to assume that spiced orange doesn’t sound that exciting. It is very common in Morocco and if it is good enough for a well-regarded cooking school to feature it, then I think it is fairly … Read More

Buying a Handmade Moroccan Rug: What You Need to Know

Thinking of buying a Moroccan rug? Learn about the materials, dyes, and patterns that affect the price of a rug and a few tips on bargaining. We also tell you a couple of places to shop to avoid the high pressure sales pitch. On our tour through the Moroccan desert, we stopped at the local rug cooperative in Tinghir to learn more about Berber culture and rug making. The local Berber ladies use their skills making traditional Berber rugs as … Read More

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