What you'll do
We will start by learning about the nixtamalization process, and how it becomes into the corn dough. Now we are ready to prepare our whole breakfast: white atole, and two other derived drinks. and tortillas, memelitas, tetelas, as well as a traditional molcajete sauce. Meanwhile, we will be explaining the flavors, techniques and traditions related to the ingredients and dishes. It's time to have breakfast!! We will talk about oaxacan culture and history related to the gastronomy. Now, let's prepare our whole lunch: yellow mole, green mole and the tradicional stone soup. The goal is for you to understand flavors, names, differences and how you can substitute ingredients when you don't have them around. More eating? Of course!! and, like people say in our towns: if you don't eat it, you carry it! so, you can take the food to go.
Keri Y Aurora
Aurora and Keri, devoted to share the beauty of oaxacan traditional gastronomy. Aurora, with a bachelor's degree in International Relations, has experience as educator in areas of history and culture. Keri, with a bachelor's degree in Gastronomy, has a current position as Chef in "Zorba el Griego" and "Hacienda los Dorantes", both catering companies, as well as Manager in "Alhóndiga Reforma, mercadito gourmet". He's got experience as facilitator in gastronomy workshops in Argentina and Mexico.
Comida basada en maíz, tomate, chile, cebolla, y manteca de cerdo. Bebidas basadas en maíz y chocolate.
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Where you'll be
We will have our workshop at the beautiful "Alhóndiga Reforma, mercadito gourmet", which has a privileged location and a beautiful scenario for having breakfast, lunch and a wonderful time learning.
Things to keep in mind
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Up to 6 guests aged 15 and up can attend.
No need of cook skills, but so eager to get into oaxacan gastronomy culture.
Discovering oaxacan roots!