A Month in Marrakesh: Recipes from the Heart of Morocco (Hardcover)
This edition is in American measurements.
A beautifully designed and lavishly photographed celebration of Marrakesh and the cuisine of Morocco. Part cookbook and part travelogue, A Month in Marrakesh is an evocative account of the colorful and delicious flavors of Morocco. Andy Harris shares his love of the food and culture with more than 250 flavorful recipes inspired by the bustling markets and fresh ingredients. The recipes have been tailored to the home cook and are accompanied by full-color photographs. This book covers all aspects of Moroccan cuisine, ranging from breakfasts and snacks to tagines, roasts, and desserts. Cook to impress with mouthwatering dishes such as Beef and Quince Tagine, Roasted Lamb Shoulder with Orange & Honey Syrup, and sweet treats like Figs with Almond Milk Ice Cream and Orange Flower Donuts. Along with the recipes, photographer David Loftus includes his beautiful images from the pulsating marketplaces, winding alleys, and tranquil gardens. A Month in Marrakesh showcases the food and culture of Morocco as you’ve never seen before—an intoxicating mix of ancient and modern, with useful hints and personal, handwritten vignettes and line drawings adding a personal feel to Andy’s inspiring recipes.
About the Author
As editor of Jamie Oliver’s Jamie magazine, Andy Harris is constantly traveling the globe in search of inspirational food and cooking techniques. It was love at first sight when he landed in Marrakesh over ten years ago, and today it remains his favorite destination. David Loftus is an acclaimed food and lifestyle photographer, recently voted among the most influential photographers of all time.