From Oaxaca with Love: Learn the Art of Authentic Oaxacan Cooking

Join us for an unforgettable interactive culinary experience with a traditional chef from Oaxaca, Mexico, as we share the rich flavors and vibrant traditions of Oaxacan cuisine. In this immersive cuisine class, participants get the unique opportunity to learn directly from a traditional chef and acquire knowledge of the culture and techniques that have made this region a culinary jewel. Our traditional chef brings a wealth of knowledge and passion to preserve the authenticity of Oaxacan dishes.

During the class, participants uncover the secrets of iconic ingredients from Oaxaca, such as mole, mezcal and Oaxacan cheese, as well as the traditional methods used to prepare them. From mole to tamales, participants learn to create a variety of traditional dishes, rich in flavor and complexity.

Guided by our Oaxacan chef, participants will roll up their sleeves and gain practical experience in preparing these delicious dishes from scratch. Whether you are a beginner looking to expand your skills or an experienced home cook, this class offers something for everyone.

Beyond just recipes, participants gain a deeper understanding of the cultural significance of Oaxacan cuisine, exploring the indigenous roots and the importance of community and tradition in each bite.

Don't miss this opportunity to embark on a culinary journey to Oaxaca. Join us for an unforgettable cooking class that celebrates the flavors, aromas, and traditions of one of Mexico's most beloved culinary regions. Space is limited, so reserve your spot today and get ready to savor the authentic taste of Oaxaca!

 

Each session will feature different recipes. The schedule is listed below:

Friday, July 12 - Mole Amarillo (yellow) and Mole Verde (green)

Saturday, July 13 - Chicken Mole Stew (red) with a side of rice

Sunday, July 14 - Beef tongue mole stew (green) with a side of rice

Thursday, July 18 - Tamales from Oaxaca

Friday, July 19 - Tamales from Oaxaca

Price: $80, $75 member

Instructor: Maria de la Luz Garcia Gonzalez

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