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* A traveler said: "This cooking course was absolutely outstanding! Abdul and Fatima were fantastic hosts who gave us a good overview of the Medina and clear instructions and recipes that my boyfriend and I will certainly take home with us. We’ve been in Morocco for three weeks and Fatima taught us how to make all our favorite dishes (and taught us two tagine instead of one for no extra cost because she declared our favorite too simple to justify a whole course and taught us both) and they were the best we’ve had. A wonderful way to spend an afternoon/evening in fes"
* A traveler said: "We had an amazing time visiting the market with Bilal, then cooking at his home with him and his wife. They were generous and gracious hosts, and were just as interested in hearing about our culture as we were about theirs. Can't wait to see them again one day, this time in California!"
* A traveler said: "My partner and i here visited here last week to do bread making. It was fun and the staff were very friendly and welcoming. We had the opportunity to go to the top of the terrace and have a fantastic view of the old town. Tip: visit on an empty stomach!"
* A traveler said: "Attended an online cooking class making fish tagine, conducted by Fez Cooking School, and it was such a great experience! Even though I did not manage to prepare the ingredients for myself in time to cook alongside them, it was still a wonderful experience watching them teach us how to execute the fish - they were really patient with me, kept us engaged, and showed us step by step on how the dish was made. Even when I was not cooking, they were asking me questions, asking for my opinions, etc. Highly recommend going for classes with them!"
* A traveler said: "What an incredible experience! Our guide arrived early to take us to the car. She drove us up the mountain to a traditional Berber family’s home, where we spent the day learning how they make pottery from start to finish. We made our own pots and were also able to paint with the colors they make from nature. We were served a delicious traditional breakfast and lunch and got to spend real quality time with our host family and our guide, Fatima. Fatima translated so beautifully it felt as if we were communicating directly with the family. This was such an incredible experience for all of us and something we will never forget. Do yourself a favor, get off the beaten tourist path and book this experience with Fatima; you will truly not regret it."
* A traveler said: "We had a Great experience with soufran's family! This cooking class was done not in a riad but with an actual family at their home in the middle of the Medina, so we had a very authentic, fun day including going to the market, cooking and eating at home with the family. Felt very welcomed and could get insight into a morrocans' family life. Highly recommended to see the true fes life!"
* A traveler said: "My mother and I booked this cooking class when in Fes. We had a wonderful time. Our driver picked us up at our Riad and took us to meet Sofian. He took us through a market purchasing fresh ingredients that we would be needing. He answered all the questions we asked. :) Next he took us back to his family home where we meet his parents and sister. They are lovely people. Very welcoming and friendly. The actually cooking class was with his mother and sister. Even with us not being able to speak french or Arabic we were able to understand what we were doing/making. When everything was finished cooking we sat down with them and enjoyed the amazing Moroccan cuisine. We had such a great time. They were patient with us. And the food was truely amazing! The best food we had in our vacation in Morocco. Sofian said he will email me some recipes which I'm waiting for. I cant wait to make this food for our friends and family to try!"
* A traveler said: "This was the highlight of my holiday to Morocco. The family was so incredibly welcoming and kind to my mother and I, and provided a real insight into Morocco's delicious cuisine from market to bakery to table with humour, history and family anecdotes. The meal was truly delicious and it was a wonderful day."
* A traveler said: "This was a wonderful experience! My husband and I scheduled to have our cooking class Friday morning, our first full day in Morroco, however due to flight delays we didn't arrive until Friday afternoon into Tangier. Thankfully, the Blue Door Cooking School was able to accommodate the two of us to have our cooking class on Saturday morning. We had the pleasure of meeting the owner of Blue Door Cooking School, Tim, who introduced us to our teacher, Miriam, and her cooking assistant. Miriam was fantastic with her friendly and upbeat attitude and guidance. The kitchen was large, beautiful and very clean. My husband and I also loved that we were shown the community/neighbourhood oven where our bread we made was to be baked and then Miriam showed us her favorite places to shop for traditional spices and good quality souvenirs. We learned how to make traditional mint tea, roll coucous and put together a colourful and tasty lunch in a tagine and baked bread in which we all enjoyed. Thanks so much for this experience!"
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