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Marrakesh (or Marrakech), sometimes called the red town because of the red Kasbah wall surrounding the medina, was founded in 1062. Youssef bin Tashufin, cousin to the sultan began construction of the city. Under his watch, houses were built and a mosque begun. Marrakech was the capital of the Almoravid Empire that covered a vast...
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Morocco has a strong cultural rapport with meat. As I am writing this, the country just celebrated Eid Al Adha, a holiday where most Moroccan families will sacrifice a sheep, goat or cow. Think of it as Thanksgiving with sheep instead of turkeys and where the animals are brought home alive and slaughtered on the...
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One of Morocco’s most famed rulers was Sultan Moulay Ismail. He was 27 when he came to power and ruled from 1645-1727. During his reign, the country’s capital city was transferred to Meknes, where his slaves brought to life his splendid visions for the city’s architectural masterpieces. Often called“The Bloodthirsty” for his harsh, often violent...
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Excellent Cooking Class at l’Atelier Madada In Essaouira : Alyson gave me a horrified look when I asked her how long the dada (a term often used to refer to female chefs at Moroccan hotels) had been teaching Moroccan cooking classes. “Don’t call her that! She’s a chef! I’ll explain later,” she whispered, glancing worriedly...
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