The Moroccan Home Kitchen

Duration: 3 hoursType: In-PersonPrice: $140

One of the most diversified cuisines in the world, Moroccan food is a melting pot of indigenous Berber, as well as Arab, Moorish, Ottoman, and French cooking traditions. In this class, Moroccan-born Latifa Ben Brahim Self will share her family recipes, passed down from her mother. You’ll learn about the foundational ingredients like homemade chermoula and preserved lemons as you cook a feast of lamb tagine with almonds and prunes; bakoula (sauteed greens with olives and preserved lemon); khobz (traditional round Moroccan bread); and zaalouk (spiced eggplant and tomato stew).

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