Essentials of Moroccan cooking
Get the Insider Scoop on Moroccan Food The history, culture, and geography of Morocco are all richly evocative. It is easy to imagine yourself sipping mint tea while sitting on a terrace in Casablanca or Marrakech, or hiking the Atlas Mountains. The cuisine of Morocco reflects its Berber, Mediterranean, African, and European influences, with a generous use of powerful spices. In this class, you will make some of the most acclaimed dishes of the Moroccan repertoire, including: Beet and Rose water salad, Roasted Pepper and Tomato Salad, Cumin Potato Salad, Lamb and Prune Tagine and Moroccan Mint tea.
I’m from the food and color-soaked land of Morocco. In my culture, a guest is a gift. Let’s experience this wonderful part of the world, blended with a touch of California naturalism, together in my San Francisco home. I grew up in a Moroccan kitchen under the watchful eye of my two grandmothers. My upbringing has inspired me to create dishes that are based on very old and authentic family recipes with a modern Californian twist. I was raised in New York City and I graduated from New York University's school of Hospitality. After working in the hotel industry for 10 years I decided to move to San Francisco to pursue my dream of cooking. I host 4 monthly pop up events and I run a weekly dinner club here in San Francisco.
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