Different people populated Morocco throughout its history. The resulting mix of custom and cuisine created the cosmopolitan culture that we know and love today.
In ancient times, the Phoenicians, Carthaginians, and Romans all exchanged control of this beautiful jewel of northwest Africa. Later on the Arabs, Ottomans, and French all made their mark on Moroccan ways.
The Annual Jidar Street-Art Festival in Morocco is just one of the many ways Morocco celebrates the vast amount of art, beauty and cultural diversity present in the country. Learn more about it in this article.
The people of Marrakech are noted for their light-hearted attitudes and humorous personalities: evidence of this is “Marrakech du Rire,” the international humor festival held in the city.
Harissa is ubiquitous throughout north African countries including Morocco. It is a paste or sauce made of hot peppers, garlic, salt, lemon, and olive oil.
When it comes to Moroccan cuisine, bread is an absolute must-have. From soaking up stews to ditching the need for a fork, you'll find there's a different type of bread perfect for every and any meal. There are many variations of recipes depending on the region, but these four most common types of bread are all labeled the same.
When picturing the majestic landscapes of Morocco, one might compare it to an image right off of an artist's canvas; bright with colorful scenery and rich with storytelling history. And for wine enthusiasts this compelling country is no less intriguing.
Chef Moumen shows you how to make authentic Moroccan couscous with vegetables and lamb in this video.
Morocco is known for its lively streets, filled with the sounds of vendors selling spices, produce, household items and homemade goods in open-air markets. Somewhere, someone is playing music, and there is always, always the smell of delicious food. Kafta is one of those foods.
Kous Kous invites you to spend your Valentine's Day lounging, laughing, and eating with us in our romantic, warm atmosphere. Treat your date to this prix fixe offering for the perfect night out, and one you two won't soon forget!
What vegetables go with Moroccan food? everything goes with Moroccan food, especially the ones on this list.