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Mexican Traditions & Celebrations
Dia de los Muertos is November 1st and what better way to prepare for this food-centric holiday than with a culinary walk through Mexican history from cookbook author and Mexican food historian Adriana Lahl of Sal de Vida. Adriana will guide you and your taste buds through a hands-on exploration of Mexico’s pre-colonial era, to the age of the Cortez and the conquistadors, and onto contemporary Mexican cuisine, all while you enjoy festive Mexican drinks and a full dinner at the end the class!
What are La Cocina's Artisan Culinary Classes?
Join La Cocina's talented international chefs throughout the year as they reveal their secrets and equip you with hands-on experience and recipes you'll be able to recreate at home with confidence. Both an interactive dinner party and cooking class, we send you home with leftovers and recipes so you can relive the magic a few times over.
When & Where
La Cocina is a ground-breaking business incubator designed to reduce the obstacles that often prevent low-income food entrepreneurs from creating successful and sustainable small businesses. By providing affordable, shared, commercial kitchen space, an array of industry-specific technical assistance and services, and access to market opportunities and access to capita, La Cocina works with entrepreneurs as they launch, grow, and formalize successful food businesses. We focus primarily on women from culturally diverse communities and immigrant communities. Our vision is that our program participants will become economically self-sufficient and contribute to a vibrant and diverse economy doing what they love to do.