What are cardoons? Cardoons are closely related to artichokes and are part of the thistle family. Unlike the artichoke, where you would eat the flower bud, the stems are the tasty part of a cardoon. Cardoons take some careful prepping, but they're definitely worth the [...]
Gina Baske's first trip to Morocco On her first trip to Morocco, Gina Baske looks out « through double-height windows across a stunning palace Riad courtyard from my second floor luxury suite, with adrenaline-fuelled excitement ». Gina is « luxuriating in the impressive 100 square meters Grand [...]
New years wishes from all at the Palais Amani! Out with the old and in with the new As the year comes to an end we all tend to list what has gone on in the year past and take a moment to think [...]
Palais Amani: a memorable day, or how to learn the secrets of Sephardic cooking at the Fez Cooking School.
Palais Amani: a memorable day, or how to learn the secrets of Sephardic cooking at the Fez Cooking School. We recently welcomed the Singer’s for a Sehardic cooking workshop. Their appreciation of what turned out to be a whole day is so evocative of [...]
Thanksgiving meets Eid Al Mawlid at Palais Amani This year, two calendars meet. Thanksgiving meets Eid Al Mawlid and this very rare event necessarily called for celebrations at the Palais Amani. On November 22nd, we celebrated the birth of the prophet and Thanksgiving for all our in-house guests [...]
An oasis of calm Our kind of oxymoron says Samia Qaiyum in a recent article where she writes about her impressions of an oasis of calm at Palais Amani. In a recent trip to Fez, Ms Qaiyum, fell upon and fell in love with Palais [...]
The success of foodie experiences by Tracey Davies in Click. By Booking.com Eat like a local or making "dough" out of food Travellers experiences in recent years have "morphed" from ticking off the things to see, to wanting to experience destinations through the eyes of a [...]