I booked this cooking class with my sister-in-law and a friend as a "girls" thing as our kids were out doing the quad adventure. It was a fun and interesting experience. Gemma and Lindy met us in front of Cafe France - it was a pretty big group, thus we split into 2 to do our shopping. Armed with a list, our shopping bags and a wallet Lindy was our souk guide, showing us the spice market, the veggie market and the grocery store as well.
The class was held at a Riad nearby where refreshments awaited us. Stations were set up for all the students and we pretty much just jumped in and prepared the recipe assigned to us. We had Gemma and a few ladies assist us in our chopping, frying, mixing and cooking. It was interesting to walk around and check out what each station was preparing. After a couple of hours, a lovely spread of various salads, tagine, couscous, and dessert was ready for us to sample. Water and wine was provided too. It is a fun way to learn Moroccan Cuisine as well as meet a great group of food lovers & wannabe cooks.
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