Join Chef Gilberto Cetina of Chichen Itza to learn how to make succulent, banana-leaf-wrapped, Yucatán-style tamales. Enjoy a four-course meal after the class.
Atole de pepitas – pumpkin seed porridge
Vaporcito de pollo – banana-leaf-wrapped chicken tamales
Brazo de reina – special rolled tamales with chaya and more
Tobijoloch – sweet, green corn tamales
December 9, 2012, 6-9pm
Mercado La Paloma at Chichen Itza Resturaunt
3655 S. Grand Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90007
Class is limited to 20 people so REGISTER TODAY!
Class is $70
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Esperanza Community Housing Corporation
Esperanza Community Housing Corporation works to achieve comprehensive and long-term community development in the Figueroa Corridor neighborhood of South-Central Los Angeles. Community residents of all ages and ethnicities are the foundation of Esperanza’s grassroots work.
Esperanza seeks to create opportunities for community residents’ growth, security, participation, recognition, and ownership through developing and preserving affordable housing, creating opportunities for child care, promoting accessible health care, stimulating involvement in arts and culture, ensuring quality education, pursuing economic development, and advocating for progressive public policy. Through partnerships with churches, schools, block clubs and other community institutions, Esperanza helps to strengthen the social infrastructure of the neighborhood. In all of our actions, Esperanza strives always to build hope with community.