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Come discover the secrets of Moroccan gastronomy and be initiated into the delights of one of the best cuisine in the world. By small groups (8 persons maximum) and supervised by our Moroccan cooks, Madada's half-day workshops teach each participant how to prepare a traditional meal that one can then easily reproduce at home. At the end of the session you'll gather in our oriental living room and enjoy the dishes you've prepared.
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Savour the flavours and memory of Morocco
Reviewed by ChloeLanguedoc on Mar 3, 2010
A relaxing and delightful morning guided by Nour-eddine and Mouna whose friendly expertise made the introduction to the secrets of Moroccan cooking an experence to remember. Savouring one's own efforts afterwards was the perfect end. I've already made one of the recipes since returning home. Jenny. Languedoc, France
excellent cookery experience
Reviewed by kiffmoore on Jan 17, 2010
very enjoyable cooking lesson and experience in a beautiful purpose built kitchen, staff were more than helpful and have since emailed a few further recipes, the spice tour in the local market was good as it also enabled us to purchase spices at the proper price to bring home. thoroughly recommend
Fabulous, friendly and professional...a must do
Reviewed by Bubbles44 on Jan 13, 2010
I signed up to this course on the recommendations of this website and was certainly not disappointed, The kitchen is spotless and beautiful, well equipped for upto 8 "pupils" and a pleasure to cook in. Our course was taught in oth English and French and time was taken to ensure that everybody understood what was going on. Questions were welcome and indeed encouraged, I would echo the previous recommendation in saying the tagine we cooked was the best we tasted during our stay; although i'm sure we're biased!! This was a wondeful experience and the day was extremely enjoyable. cannot recommend highly enough!
One of the highlights of our trip
Reviewed by bburwell on Jan 5, 2010
The staff was exceptionally friendly and knowledgeable. The kitchen was clean and beautiful. And best of all, the tajine they taught us to prepare was one of the better ones we ate during our time in Morocco. I'd highly recommend this experience to anyone interested in learning more about Moroccon cooking. My wife and I left this class knowing not only how to prepare a traditional Moroccon meal, but about some of the nauances of the cuisine as well.
Outstanding & Friendly cooking class
Reviewed by goldengirlNewZealand on Nov 21, 2009
A friend and I booked at this excellent cooking class in Essaouira. The modern kitchen, excellent demonstration and totally friendly environment made this is a pleasurable experience. Mouna is an excellent and helpful teacher and cook, and Nour-edine became a friend with his outstanding service and courtesy. A true experience of Moroccan hospitality. It has given me the confidence to try the tagines at home, and definitely Moroccan cooking will become a staple. The only downside is that the tourist bureau gave us a flat "no" when we asked if there were cooking classes there. We found it on our own, but more helpfulness on their part would have been good. I thoroughly recommend this class to everyone.