An Authentic Moroccan Dinner

Do you want to visit Morocco? Have you heard tales about delicious Moroccan food and the hospitality of Moroccan people? OneWorld Now! has the opportunity to offer you this experience in your own home.

Born and raised in Fes, OneWorld Now! Arabic Language Instructor Rachid is an extraordinary chef. He has mastered Moroccan cuisine and has been known to throw impressive dinner parties where guests leave satiated and head over heels in love with Morocco. A single bite of a perfectly prepared and seasoned dish can do that – especially when Rachid is the chef.

Rachid is donating an authentic Moroccan dinner party for ten people to raise money for our #50kfor50kids study abroad scholarship campaign. This summer, Rachid will be leading a group of 14 Seattle-area high school students to Morocco on exchange (read more about the program). The students will take language class, stay with host families, do community service with Moroccan students, and visit historical sites.


The dinner will be prepared in your own home, at a date of your choosing, for ten people. Rachid will do all the shopping, cooking, serving and cleaning. Due to travel limitations, the dinner location must be in the greater Seattle area.

The dinner includes six bottles of award-winning Washington wine from Latah Creek Wine Cellars, carefully paired with each course.

This dinner party – and the amazing menu below – can be yours for $1,000. If you want to purchase this unique and memorable dinning experience – only one is available – email for payment and reservations.

An Authentic Moroccan Dinner

Menu for 10 People



Roasted red pepper, tomato, garlic in cilantro cumin preserved lemon juice

(Olive oil, paprika, coriander seeds)


Mussels, prawns, salmon in rich tomato broth with Moroccan Sharmoula


Yellow and red beet salad with feta and cilantro topped with roasted pine nuts

Cucumber and avocado salad

Carrots salad in garlic and preserved lemon

Main Dishes

Roasted organic chicken in onion and saffron sauce

Roasted whole leg of lamb with special Moroccan sauce and harrisa

Side Dishes

Potato, cauliflower, and turnips in a saffron garlic sauce



Wine Pairings

Appetizers, Soup & Salads: Latah Creek 2015 Pinot Gris

Gold Medal, Savor NW Wine Awards 2016

Gold Medal, Cascadia Wine Competition 2016

Main course: Latah Creek Monarch Red No. 2, Red Reserve

Gold Medal, Seattle Wine Awards 2014

Double Gold, Wine Press NW Platinum Judging 2014

Dessert: Latah Creek 2014 Moscato

Double Gold, Savor NW Wine Awards 2016