Peta Unplugged In Marrakech

7:00pm Saturday, July 2 on Prime

Lifestyle Series Herbs

On tonight’s final of Peta Unplugged in Marrakech the ‘gastronomads’ plunge into the melee of a country market.

Peta learns the secret behind the perfect pot of mint tea, and visits a rural sanctuary for a lesson in Moroccan herbs and Argan oil. And in her kitchen Peta demonstrates herbaceous Moroccan salads.

7:00pm Saturday, June 25 on Prime

Lifestyle Series Sardines

Tonight Peta visits the ancient sardine fishing port city of Safi. The ‘gastronomads’ experience Moroccan sardines with a spree at a Marrakech market and an alleyway barbeque. And inspired by the flavours of Safi, Peta demonstrates an aromatic Moroccan fish boulette.

7:05pm Saturday, June 18 on Prime

Lifestyle Series Bread

On tonight’s episode of Peta Unplugged In Marrakech the ‘gastronomads’ learn the art of Moroccan bread making. Peta visits a communal Marrakech bakery and showcases the quirky Hotel du Tresor. She also discovers the ultimate kaftan, and (inspired by Moroccan sweetmeats) demonstrates gazelle’s horn pastry.

7:00pm Saturday, June 11 on Prime

Lifestyle Series Olives

Deep in Marrakech’s spice and olive souks, host Peta Mathias reveals the essential flavours of Moroccan tagines, in tonight’s third episode. The ‘gastronomads’ learn a classic Moroccan Trid pastry and party the night away Berber style. And back in her kitchen Peta cooks a delectable chicken tagine.

7:05pm Saturday, June 4 on Prime

Lifestyle Series

In tonight’s encore screening of this second episode of Peta Unplugged In Marrakech, we join the delightful Peta once again as she delves into Marrakech’s pit roasted lamb stalls, or “meshoui”. The ‘gastronomads’ visit a traditional Berber village and learn Morocco’s national dish, couscous. And back in her kitchen Peta demonstrates how to perfect the slow cooked Marrakech classic, Lamb Tangia.

7:00pm Saturday, May 28 on Prime

Lifestyle Series

We welcome back the delightful and effervescent Peta Mathias tonight in this encore screening of Peta Unplugged In Marrakech. Set in a country renowned for engaging the senses this series offers fresh perspectives on a culture via its cuisine. With cooking classes surrounded by rural Berber charm and the riotous but sophisticated life of Marrakech’s medina, this journey through a land of exotic tastes and places opens the mind and the heart. On tonight’s first episode Peta introduces Marrakech’s medina and buys pigeons from a Jewish market. The ‘gastronomads’ learn the classic dish, pigeon pastilla, and picnic in the foothills of the Atlas mountains. And in her kitchen Peta demonstrates a Moroccan dessert pastilla.

FOOD TELEVISION – Tuesdays from 22 March, 9.00pm

Presented by the effervescent world traveller and food expert Peta Mathias, and set in a country renowned for engaging the senses, Peta Unplugged in Marrakech offers fresh perspectives on a culture via its cuisine. Peta guides her gastronomads on a culinary and cultural tour of Marrakech and its intriguing surrounds. Featuring cooking classes both in the field and at home, along with Peta’s highly entertaining and informative personal insights into the Moroccan way of life, this journey through a land of exotic tastes and places opens the mind and the heart. Peta Unplugged in Marrakech is an intoxicating blend of food, fun, lifestyle, fashion and music and it is a direct line to the warm heart of a culture rich in tradition and hospitality.

7:30pm Tuesday, August 31 on Prime

Herbs

SERIES

On tonight’s final of Peta Unplugged in Marrakech the ‘gastronomads’ plunge into the melee of a country market. Peta learns the secret behind the perfect pot of mint tea, and visits a rural sanctuary for a lesson in Moroccan herbs and Argan oil. And in her kitchen Peta demonstrates herbaceous Moroccan salads.

7:30pm Tuesday, August 24 on Prime

Lifestyle

Sardines

Tonight Peta visits the ancient sardine fishing port city of Safi. The ‘gastronomads’ experience Moroccan sardines with a spree at a Marrakech market and an alleyway barbeque. And inspired by the flavours of Safi, Peta demonstrates an aromatic Moroccan fish boulette.

7:30pm Tuesday, August 17 on Prime

Lifestyle

Bread

On tonight’s third episode of Peta Unplugged In Marrakech the ‘gastronomads’ learn the art of Moroccan bread making. Peta visits a communal Marrakech bakery and showcases the quirky Hotel du Tresor. She also discovers the ultimate kaftan, and (inspired by Moroccan sweetmeats) demonstrates gazelle’s horn pastry.