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Cooking lessons at La Maison Arabe

The legendary restaurant at La Maison Arabe today offers cooking workshops designed for the amateur and professional alike, conducted by a dada (traditional Moroccan cook) or a chef from the Moroccan restaurant. At the end of each workshop, you can dine on the meal you have prepared.

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Dine in the Marina at Pure Passion

Mister Karel decided to open a restaurant that uses local produce to prepare a large range of fine food, cooked with passion. Pure Passion serves healthy and delicious dishes that capture the essence of the region.

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Cook like a Moroccan with lessons with Chamsi

Meet a local family who love sharing the secrets of their favourite dishes. Join in to help create a delectable meal, and take home some new recipes after you've had a chance to savour the result.

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Try daily baked goods in Chefchaouen

Every day the scent of baking bread and aromatic herbs fills the streets as dozens of bakers and chefs start work, their wood-fired ovens producing bread, tagines and other tantalising dishes.

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Tea tasting in Fez

Mint tea - that most classic of Moroccan drinks - is served everywhere; try the cafés around the souks for a taste. While you're there, you can indulge in the famous Moroccan street food that is served around here. Pastilla, couscous, tajines, mechoui - the tantalising recipes haven’t changed for hundreds of years.

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Seafood by the seaside

To get a real taste of authentic Essaouira you need to make your way to the port. Every day local fishermen haul in their catch and then arrange it in glistening displays of sardines, lobsters, sole and more fruits of the ocean.

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See the safron capital of the world

There is a profusion of dates and spices on offer, on sale in the souk and used in the recipes of the local cafés and restaurants. This area is the saffron capital of the world, and the usually expensive spice can be bought at a reasonable price.

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Try something fresh and fruity in Taghazout

The village of Taghazout is surf central, and as you'd expect, the cuisine on offer reflects this.

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The tastes of Tangier

Walk along the beachfront and you'll find some of Tangier's best restaurants, quality establishments with amazing views across the Strait of Gibraltar. If you find yourself in the centre of Tangier then you can get food at the numerous restaurants, cafés and street vendors around the main plaza.

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Walk the Jemma El-Fnaa

During the day, nestled between the storytellers and snake charmers, are stalls serving freshly squeezed orange juice, grapefruit juice, dates and oranges.

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