Author(s): Andy Harris
A Month in Marrakesh is a celebration of the wonderful tastes and sensational allure of Morocco. Inspired by the diversity of his culturally rich visits to Marrakesh, Andy Harris scoured the maze-like souks for the best flavours, and has produced a wealth of exotic-tasting recipes with fresh ingredients and minimum fuss. You'll be enticed by the delicate sweet pastries such as Khab el ghzal, Muhallabia (milk pudding), the savoury Chicken bistilla or one of the many delicious tagines. Impress your guests with modern Moroccan dishes such as Roast lamb with orange and honey syrup, Spicy squid with harissa yoghurt or Orange flower donuts. Part cookbook, part travelogue, Andy leads you through a spectacular pageant of flavour and colours of the Medina, from the pulsating Djemaa el Fna, to timeless winding alleys and tranquil gardens. David Loftus illustrates the recipes with stunning location photography that will have you smelling the fragrant aromas of the spice market with every turn of the page.
Best selling title that has been translated into French, Dutch and German; Excellent value, packed with over 250 delicious, easy-to-use recipes tailored for the home cook; Fresh, modern design and stunning photography that captures the essence of Morocco's famous cuisine and culture; An intoxicating mix of recipes and travel memoir for this popular tourist destination.
Andy Harris was the Editorial Director of Australian Gourmet Traveller, and is currently the editor of Jamie Oliver's Jamie magazine. He fell in love with Morocco and especially Marrakesh whilst on a research trip with Jamie, and has been known to visit the city five times a year. David Loftus is a well-known food and lifestyle photographer, who was recently voted the 65th most influential photographer of all time. His food photography has been described as 'still life works of art, where the food is just begging to be picked off the page and eaten'. He has worked on books with Jamie Oliver, Ruth Rogers and Rose Gray, and Heston Blumenthal amongst others.