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Traditional Oaxacan Mole-Making Class

Madre Chocolate

Sunday, December 8, 2013 from 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM (HST)

Traditional Oaxacan Mole-Making Class

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Spice up this years Christmas Dinner with some traditional Oaxacan Mole. Mole is great on turkey and chicken.

Mole, a savory sauce for meats and vegetables, is one of the most ancient forms of chocolate. From the Oaxacan mole negro to the famous mole poblano of Puebla state, Mexico, many of these delicious sauces, almost like Mexican curries, may seem complex and esoteric, but they can be made easily from ingredients readily available in Hawaii. We’ll step you through at least three of Mexico’s amazing diversity of mole dishes to see, showing you simple tricks to make these complex dishes readily accessible at home so you can prep each of the recipes you take home even on a week night. A delicious way to taste your way around Mexico!

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Madre Chocolate Factory
20 Kainehe Street
Kailua, HI 96734

Sunday, December 8, 2013 from 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM (HST)


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Madre Chocolate


At Madre Chocolate, our quest to make truly amazing chocolate is driven by a passion to inspire greater appreciation among consumers for the rich cultural heritage and ecological diversity surrounding cacao.  We aim for our selection of organic, fair trade chocolate bars to connect chocolate-eaters directly to the source, and in doing so to contribute to the well-being of cacao farmers and their communities.
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