The Draa Valley contains a rich popular culture in many domains, including traditional cuisine with dishes specific to each tribe corresponding to the occasion and the season. The kitchen is a space almost reserved exclusively for the woman responsible for preparing meals. Local cooking is distinguished by the use of "skad," a variety of spices consisting of a mixture of dried onion, cumin, and pepper. Only seasonal vegetables are used. Thus, in winter carrots and turnips abound, and in summer eggplant, tomatoes and onions are served.
Among the dishes that one finds: