Monday, May 10, 2010

Jamie Oliver and the Famous Butcher


I was recently staying with my daughter who often visited us in Marrakesh.
She said I must watch the English chef  Jamie Oliver's programme on Channel 4
"Jamie Oliver does Marrakesh"  (April 10th 2010)
There, lo and behold, was our friendly butcher from the Mellah market.
It was such fun seeing such a cheery and upbeat program celebrating Moroccan food.
Do watch it if you can and if you enjoy eating...........

12 comments:

life insurance nz said...

i would certainly like to watch it....

d. moll, l.ac. said...

I love Jamie Oliver, the series he did in the US trying to change school food was brilliant.

Bluebell said...

Hwllo, I love your blog ther is so much to see and read and it's all so colourful. I saw the Jamie Oliver programme on Marrakesh it was fascinating and funny what a colourful place to live. I will visit again soon.
Jill

Californian said...

For his look and dress up he looks like a professional butcher.I wished I could watch the program.

Marja said...

the tip Elisabeth. The programme will be on NZ TV eventually as well.
That must have been a nice surprise
to see your butcher
I like Jamie Oliver a lot as he had done a lot of good things for people

Greener Bangalore said...

Morrocan foodd!!! mm have to try once !

Ola said...

Impressive!

majid chekroun said...

Your photos have a life and make me feel homesick. Marrakech is my favorite city in Morocco, even though I was born and raised in Casablanca. Your photos are truly a celebration of Moroccan lifestyle... Promise, I won't miss Jamie Oliver's show on Morocco. Thank you Elizabeth.

JuicyFig said...

he looks veery freindly with his huge knife and butchers block covered in blood!
;~)
Kath
x

Claudia Schmid said...

I knew I recognised him! I'm now watching Jamie Does... some where in France, cooking sausages!

Kreativka sa srcem said...

I like your wonderful blog. Photos, your country, everything.
You have another reader:)
Regards from the Croatian!
Zondra Art

Marian said...

I love Jamie Oliver's style of cooking. So much of it incorporates Northern Africa/Mediterranean/Arab spices and herbs.