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The Delectable Moorish Cuisine
September 13 @ 11:00 am - 4:00 pmA$165
This exciting cooking workshop will be all about the delectable cuisine of the Moors.
The Moorish nomadic people played a huge role in the influence of Spanish cooking, as well as North African and Moroccan. Cooking in clay pots came from the Moors, as well as wood burning ovens. For example: Moorish kebabs are one of the most popular dishes served in any Spanish bar or restaurant. The spices are why the Moors are most famous for are cumin, coriander, cinnamon, nutmeg and saffron. They were the traders introducing oranges and other fruits from the far east into the Mediterranean Basin.
Chef Ronit, for this wonderful feast demonstrate homemade harissa, chermoula paste, a sumptuous date & lamb tagine or chicken and olives tagine, roasted vegetarian salad or slow cooked tagine, authentic couscous, green salad with oranges & pomegranate, to finish with orange blossom fig cake or nut fingers served with mint tea and Arabic coffee.
We’ll then come together at the end of the class to enjoy the meal at the feasting banquet table.
On arrival you will be welcome with variety of home made nibbles, seasonal drink and an introduction to the cuisine and menu to be learned. All classes include folder of recipes to take home.
Take in the stunning scenery on our property in the rolling hills of Myocum, overlooking a lagoon and wander the organic veggie gardens.