At Home In Morocco serves as a vessel to project Sahar’s passion for plant-based cuisine and to what inspired her to make her home in Morocco.

Join Sahar on her culinary journey in Fez, providing you with healthy vegan and vegetarian recipes inspired by her Middle Eastern background. Find out about some of Sahar’s secret shopping places, local joints, and insight of the day to day life in Morocco.

February 1, 2018

When decorating our homes, we often neglect a very important room in the house. Even if you don’t work from home if you have a desk and a computer you have a home office. We don’t give too much attention to the home office when indeed it is one of the most productive r...

January 25, 2018

When you hear the expression “eat out” you’re immediately thinking of dining out, that’s how most of us are programmed to think. Nothing wrong with trying different food at different food venues, sharing a meal while others wait on you, no dishes to clean at home and l...

January 14, 2018

I have been away from my blog for a while, this is my first one for the year. So I would like to wish all my readers a joyful and prosperous 2018. Today marks the seventh anniversary since my first visit to Morocco. A year after that visit I decided to make Marrakech m...

December 10, 2017

Dashing through the sunshine!

I have been careful not to post too many happy sunshine photos so as not to offend the folks that are dashing through a snowy season. It has been unexceptionally sunny, warm and dry here in Marrakech. During the day the temperature is abou...

November 26, 2017

Thanksgiving is one of the few holidays that I enjoy celebrating, it brings my family together around the table. Last year I was blessed to have spent Thanksgiving with my family, this year I am fortunate to have hosted a Thanksgiving dinner at my house in Marrakech....

November 9, 2017

Say tagine!!!

Let me start by explaining what a tagine is. It is a clay pot that is used to cook a Moroccan dish, that is also called a tagine. Don't worry, I was confused too and I still have family members that can’t differentiate tagine from tangia (I'll get to that...

October 30, 2017

Well hello there! My last post was on the first of October and now it's almost the end of October. How did that happen?! I have been busy - but busy is good, right? Let's see...

At the beginning of October I was in Paris for the weekend. I couldn’t go to...

October 1, 2017

 In the five years that I've lived in Morocco some of my passions and skills have bubbled up to the surface. Throughout these years I've tried new things and explored jobs without ever remembering what skills have been with me all along. 

I've always...

September 17, 2017

Are you a minimalist or a maximalist when it comes to decorating your home?

Personally, and with no shame, I admit to being a maximalist. I like to surround myself with so many colors and patterns, objects that I collect through travel, and family heirlooms.  A minimal...

September 10, 2017

Last night I hosted my first official "dine with me" event. The idea is simple: I invite strangers to come eat with me in my home/riad in the medina.  The experience is a unique one and it is gaining popularity through many platforms such as www.eatwith.com and www.mea...

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