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Cafe Clock Cooking School

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Cafe Clock Cooking School

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7 Derb El Magana Talaa Kbira, Fes 30030 Morocco
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fiona1509 wrote a review Mar 2020
Nottingham76 contributions23 helpful votes
As well as teaching our group of 5 three seperate Moroccan dishes Souad also made us laugh and gently taught us aspects of Moroccan culture. We started off with a trip to the market to buy the necessary ingrediants, Souad has a great relationship with all the market traders and explained how local families do their shopping and what they look for on each indivual stall. There were a number of hilarious moments as well as advice on how to keep your Mother in Law happy, useful stuff. The food we made was delicious, fresh, packed with flavour and cooked with love, which Souad advises is essential to make your stomach smile!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Carol C wrote a review Nov 2019
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Abdul was amazing! From teaching us about the market and food, to kitchen techniques, and cultural and religious significance of the food, and even about the bee who joined us! It was a new and entertaining meal, even for those of us who have cooked for 50+ years.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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stefania s wrote a review Nov 2019
Treviso, Italy3 contributions
I did a bread making cooking class with my sister during an afternoon in Fez. Our teacher, Meryem, was very nice and very funny...she teached us a lot of interesting things about typical breads and biscuits of Morocco. There is a big surprise during the course. Thanks Maryem!!! We suggest to do this experience!!!! Stefania e Silvia
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Traveler57719 wrote a review Oct 2019
Washington DC, District of Columbia3 contributions
My daughter and I attended a bread baking and patisserie making class offered by Maryam who showed us techniques of hand mixing, gradually adding ingredients, resting, shaping and finally baking. We took trays of our breads and pastries to a community oven, and as we walked through the souk with Cafe Clock aprons, all sorts of people looked at us and our masterpieces. Maryam was very patient and helpful. She made everything look so easy! Now my daughter and I are back in the US, and I'm looking forward to making some of the items this coming weekend. Thank you!
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Gina B wrote a review Aug 2019
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Cafe Clock is a lovely restaurant with culture classes and musical performances and poetry and literature readings. Check them out for a meal or sign up for a cooking class. I took a 4-person 3+ hour cooking class. We went to the market, picked out our chicken to be killed and defeathered, learned about spices and produce and grains. The class is expensive but it expertly taught by teachers who speak great English and you get to take home a recipe book to take home. Highly recommend.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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