• Fez Food Tour

    Fez Food Tour

    Indulge in Moroccan culture and local life through our Fez Food Tour. On our Fassi Foodie Tour you will have the chance to visit the exotic food markets within the ancient Medina with one of our passionate foodie guides, meet the owners of shops who will share their stories along with the delicious flavors and secrets of their products are made. Imagine a foodie tour where you will taste Moroccan pancakes, a variety of honey, dates, olives, sip mint tea and snack on other specialties of Fez. The Fez Food Tour includes visiting over 10 mouth-watering stops, carefully selected by a Cultural Insider.

  • From Farm To Table Cooking Class

    From Farm To Table Cooking Class

    Enjoy the bounty of the season with a Farm to Table dining experience.  This activity takes place on a farm located in Bhalil, which is outside of Fez.  Upon arrival your host will greet you and give you a tour of the garden to know what produce is available.  These fresh ingredients will be used to determine the menu of your Moroccan meal.  Fresh bread will come straight out of a traditional oven built with mud and fired by wood. Enjoy the company of your host as you eat the fabulous meal whose ingredients came straight from their garden.

  • Pastry Workshop

    Pastry Workshop

    Learn the secrets of making delicious Fez patisseries in the heart of the old Medina with a local Moroccan family. Learn about Fez culture while preparing sweets together. Fassi Patisseries are dipped in honey and typically made of coconut or almond paste. They include other ingredients such as sesame seeds, powdered sugar and rose or orange water. This workshop is hands on as you are guided to master the technique of making 3 to 4 traditional patisseries. A visit to a communal bakery (Farran) to cook your patisseries is part of the workshop. You will finish off with Moroccan mint tea and enjoy the fruits of your labor.

  • Private Family Cooking Class

    Private Family Cooking Class

    Dive into the rich and diverse culinary heritage of Morocco with our Private Family Cooking Class. The class will commence with you selecting your preferred main dish to cook such as tagine, couscous, and bastille (pastilla). Next, you will head to the family home to start the preparation by kneading traditional Moroccan bread and taking it to the local Ferran (communal bakery). After you will learn how to make Moroccan-cooked salads, preserved lemon, and Moroccan mint tea. Thereafter you will enjoy what you have cooked with the Moroccan family. The smells, tastes, and joyful memories of Morocco will permeate senses and return home with you.

  • Moroccan Bread Making

    Moroccan Bread Making

    Make bread with the locals. An exclusive experience in a family home in the heart of the Medina that is not to be missed. Learn the method of how to make Moroccan bread from scratch. Discover the techniques of how to knead and bake bread. Visit a communal bakery to see how bread is stacked, baked. You can even learn about how to mark your bread tray. Once your bread is made and delivered from the communal oven, you now have the opportunity to eat it combined with honey and cheese. Your English-speaking facilitator will provide a full explanation about the different types of cheeses and kinds of honey that you will taste with the Moroccan bread you have made.

  • Make Couscous with Seven Vegetables

    Make Couscous with Seven Vegetables

    Take a day trip from Fez comprised of beautiful landscapes, bucolic scenery, and hearty cuisine. Head to the Middle Atlas Mountains where you will learn the secrets of how to make Couscous from scratch from Berber women. Couscous is a Moroccan specialty dish that is steamed and made from crushed durum wheat and served with vegetables and meat. This famous dish was created by the Berbers (Amazigh), the original inhabitants of the country, who primarily live in remote rural regions. Learn about Moroccan rural life, how Berber women support themselves and their families. After mastering the art of rolling your own couscous take part in sipping tea and eating couscous with exceptional Berber women.