• Winter harrira soup

    Winter harrira soup

    My favourite winter soup. Moroccan Harrira. It's very simple to make and so moorish (pun intended).  This is my family's recipe Serves: 4-6Preparation Time: 15 minutesCooking Time: 45 minutesIngredients:½ bunch coriander½ bunch parsley2 tablespoons of olive oil3 large onions1 little tub of tomato paste1 can of diced tomatoes100 gram of vermicelli150 gram of diced lean veal100 gram of soaked chickpeas100 gram of soaked lentils1 teaspoon powder ginger1 tablespoon of paprika powder2 threads of saffron1 teaspoon of tumeric1 teaspoon of cuminsalt and pepper to taste5 small tomatoes1 liter of water100 gram of flour In a food processor chop the parsley, onions...

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  • Forbes travel awards

    Forbes travel awards

    Our Spa partner The Darling at The Star in Sydney has been recognised as one of the world’s best hotels after Forbes Travel Guide gave it five stars — making it Sydney’s first hotel to receive the coveted award. The spa (one in only two spas in Australia) has been awarded 4 stars. And we are super proud to see that our designed hammam ritual and products have been named as the favourite pick. Read the Forbes review here.

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  • 10 ways to use argan oil

    10 ways to use argan oil

    Argan oil is most commonly used as a skin moisturiser to hydrate and soften skin. With its high vitamin E and fatty acid content, argan oil is the ideal product to give skin a natural boost. It absorbs easily and is non-greasy and non-irritating, which makes it a great natural moisturiser. Below we highlighted ten ways to use argan oil.

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  • The truth about argan oil

    The truth about argan oil

    Moroccan Argan oil has become incredibly popular over the last few years as a hair and skin care product. So how do you know if what you buy is is of any good quality?  1. Packaging                                                                                                                                ...

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  • Create a spa at home

    Going to the spa should be available for everyone, don't you think. But time and money are constraints we have to live with. So create your hammam spa ritual at home. Wet your kessa glove with warm water. Make sure you don’t use any body oils or body moisturisers before as this will effect the exfoliation. 1. Apply a coin size amount of Savon Noir on your body. Leave for five minutes and then rinse thoroughly with warm water. 2. With your kessa glove slowly and genly scrub your body in a back and forth motion (never in a circular motion), ask...

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