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Cooking Cous Cous in Fez

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2014-01-24-EODCousCous1.jpg"Are you good cooks?" Muhammad asked, in the kitchen of a 250-year-old house tucked inside a dark alleyway in Fez."My mom's an amazing cook, but I'm a disaster," I said.My mom, reading the ingredients of Muhammad's cous cous recipe, looked up and smiled. With her fluency in cooking, and my proficiency in Arabic, we knew we would make a formidable cooking team in Fez.Read more of the Huffington Post article here...
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One Hump Or Two? Audio Slideshow

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Mike Richardson used to serve eggs benedict to celebs at the Wolseley in London. Now, he tells Andy Pietrasik, he's happy flipping camel burgers in his restaurant, Cafe Clock, in Fez, Morocco.Listen the the audio slideshow in The Guardian here.
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Moroccan Cooking Course at Cafe Clock

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Fresh produce and sweet pastries at the market

If you’re ever in Fez, Morocco, you must go to Cafe Clock. It’s an oasis amid the chaos of the medina, plus it serves great food, has free wi-fi and the staff are super friendly. Not to mention they have wonderful cooking classes – I found out first hand during a private lesson! Read more at Fig and Cherry here...
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It's A Kind Of Magic

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Arriving in Fes, the only medieval Arab city that is still absolutely intact, is like being catapulted back in time. Tahir Shah is spellbound. Read more in The Guardian here...
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Behind The Scenes: Café Clock, Our Internet Café in Fez

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Our first internet café on the African continent turned out to be one of the most beautiful cafés we could hope to have spent time in: the remarkable Café Clock in the medina in Fez. Read more at The Ball.TV here...
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Marrakech's New Arts Scene in the Funky Old Medina

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Photo Credit: Hassan Hajjaj,

A new wave of artists is tapping into Marrakech's rich artisanal heritage, bringing a contemporary vibe to the city's most historic neighbourhood. Tara Stevens meets some of its leading lights. Read more in The Guardian here...
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Cafe Clock in Marrakech

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Of course food is important in a cafe - and if you're looking for something different the Cafe Clock offers that. But it's more than that - it's a cultural cafe of sorts, a place where locals, expats and tourists can mingle and in Marrakech that's not necessarily easy. Read more at Afar.com here...