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Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Moroccan Cooking Classes without the Jet Lag!

Toby and I are just back from Morocco where we fell in love with their exotic Mediterranean cuisine. Moroccan cooking is rated among the best in the world (The New York Times recently identified Morocco as the "Culinary Destination of the Year"), and rightly so. There are few places where food is more carefully and artistically prepared, more delightfully served, and more enjoyed than in this country.
 
We have persuaded journalist and cookbook author Kitty Morse to conduct a Moroccan cooking class dinner.  Kitty, who was born and raised in Casablanca, is currently living in Southern California. Examples of her books include Cooking At the Kasbah, Couscous, The Vegetarian Table: North Africa, The Scent of Orange Blossoms: Sephardic Cuisine from Morocco, A Biblical Feast:  Ancient Mediterranean Flavors for Today's Table, and The California Farm Cookbook.

The first cooking class sold out in 90 minutes.  We added a second one and it sold out immediately.  We are in the midst of adding a third class, but between Kitty’s and our busy travel schedules, it looks like it won’t be until early 2012.  All of you on the wait list, stay tuned for the third class date.

2 comments:

  1. Hi June. Great site. And, Moroccan food is so great! Hope you are all enjoying the summer. - Hugs Allan

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  2. What a wonderful cooking class and dinner Kitty Morse planned and
    presented in the beautiful home of June and Toby Dunn. It was incredible! Delicious food and lovely company to share an evening that I will remember for a long time! Thank you.

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