Culinary Adventures in Marrakech
I wake up in the morning and throw the shutters open. It's dawn and the first prayers of the day have just hurled over the rooftops of Marrakech. Breakfast is home-made jam, honey, tea, freshly squeezed orange juice and a basket full of freshly baked, still warm breads - m'lawi, flat bread, pancake and croissant. And with this, the irrepressible Peta Mathias begins her culinary adventures in one of the most exotic locations on earth: Marrakech in Morocco. From the beautiful and eccentric Hotel du Tresor and the souk at Ait Ourir, to the traditional home kitchen of Mohamed and Latifa and the exquisite cafes and pattiseries in the medina, discover the food, people and atmosphere that defines Marrakech. Based on the six-part television series Peta Unplugged in Marrakech.
About the author:
Peta Mathias is a respected and prolific chef, author, broadcaster and television presenter. She also finds time each year to run very popular culinary adventures to Morocco, the South of France and Rajasthan, intended for travellers who love to cook. Peta has written ten books about food and travel and presented a prime time television food and travel show, 'Taste New Zealand', for twelve years. A show based on her Moroccan culinary adventures, called 'Peta Unplugged in Marrakech' and produced through Peta's own television production company Red Head Media, will broadcast in 2010. As well as food and travel books, Peta has also written two bestsellers about relationships, Can We Help It If We're Fabulous? and Just In Time To Be Too Late.
First published August 2010.