Country: Morocco

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June 23, 2022

By Peg Kern

Recipe for Moroccan Harira (Chickpea and Lentil Soup)

Filed Under  Food History, Kitchen Tips, Recipes, Morocco

Harira is one of my favorite Moroccan dishes. There are many variations but they all include legumes (usually lentils and chickpeas), tomato, onion, turmeric, and herbs. It is sometimes thickened with egg or a slurry (a mixture of flour and water, called a tedouira in Moroccan cuisine), although it will thicken on its own if left overnight. Harira is a dish traditionally served during Ramadan, but can be enjoyed throughout… Read
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April 1, 2021

By Peg Kern

"When Will I Be Able to Travel to Europe?" and Other Burning Travel Questions in the Age of COVID

Filed Under  Destination Features, Travel Tips, Travel Videos, What's Up at TIK, Croatia, Greece, Italy, Mexico, Morocco, Peru, Spain, Turkey

Originally published April 1, 2021. Updated June 23, 2021. Our video blogs answer the burning questions surrounding travel in the age of COVID, including "When will I be able to travel to Europe again?" Scroll down for our April 1 blog, and see our May 12 update here. Read on for the most up-to-date news of Italy's reopening.  And read on for updated information.  When will I be able to… Read
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December 11, 2018

By Peg Kern

New Luxury Morocco Culinary Tour with TIK

Filed Under  Destination Features, What's Up at TIK, Morocco

We have a new culinary tour - in Morocco - and we couldn't be more excited. We love adding new culinary vacations to the already great list of trips we offer. We have a ton of wonderful cooking vacations in Europe, so it's especially fun when we find new culinary tours in non-European destinations. Our new luxury Morocco culinary tour features many of the things you love about our tours,… Read
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March 30, 2016

By Liz SanFilippo Hall

Four of our Most Exotic Cooking Vacation Destinations

Filed Under  Destination Features, What's Up at TIK, India, Morocco, Peru, Vietnam & Cambodia

When The International Kitchen started in 1994, we focused on trips to Italy. And then we expanded to France, and then to Spain. Today, over 20 years later, we're thrilled to offer destinations all over the world. Here are four of some of our most exotic destinations, and why they're worth a culinary vacation. Peru The cuisine of this South American country is some of the most diverse in the… Read
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September 3, 2013

By Liz SanFilippo Hall

Morocco Food Tours: Tagines During a Morocco Cooking Vacation

Filed Under  Destination Features, Food History, Travel Tips, Morocco

Discover one of the most iconic African cooking methods on a Morocco food tour, and learn to make fabulous tagines during hands-on cooking classes. What is a tagine? The only thing all tagines have in common are that they're of Berber origin and they're slow cooked in an unglazed terra cotta or clay pot of the same name. The basic ingredients in tangines are also pretty much the same --… Read
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June 27, 2013

By Liz SanFilippo Hall

Morocco Cooking Vacation: Fes Culinary Traditions

Filed Under  Destination Features, Travel Tips, Morocco

Fes is a city more than 1,000 years old, but don't let its dusty streets fool you. This north African city is at once mystical as well as rich in its history, architecture, art -- including its mosaics, and culture. And that's nowhere more apparent than in Fes's culinary traditions, which you can discover during a Morocco cooking vacation and foodie tour with The International Kitchen. The Islamic medieval city… Read
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