Nibble Cooking Classes are Back!

Categories: Art & Food | Arts Council Event | Cooking Classes | Culinary Entrepreneurship Program | General | Latin American Cuisine | Mexican Food

Our cooking classes return on November 14th!

Join us this Fall and Winter season for a series of unique, international cooking classes taught by our very own Nibble entrepreneurs! Experience culinary tradition in our hands-on cooking classes as your teacher shares the secrets to recreating cuisine from Latin America, Africa, Southeast Asia and the Middle East. From appetizer to dessert, you will reap the rewards of your culinary efforts when we sit down to enjoy the meal together. For half the price of adult education classes, you can learn to make authentic dishes from across the globe – all while supporting the Nibble program and our entrepreneurs! Class prices also include a full meal!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Upcoming Class with Estela Calzada!

Estela Calzada teaches us how to create a classic Mexican dish from Puebla.

A native of Durango, Mexico, Estela Calzada will teach attendees to create a Mexican meal speaking Spanish —while we offer full translation into English. We will make Chiles en Nogada, a complex dish that hails from Puebla, Mexico and represents the Mexican flag through its colors: poblano chilis are stuffed with a mixture of meat, spices and dried fruit and covered in a white nut creme sauce that is sprinkled with red pomegranate seeds. Trust us, Estela’s version of this dish is amazing. We will also make a Mexican rice and agua de nopales (a refreshing and nutritious cactus juice). For dessert, we’ll make Camotes Enmielados (candied sweet potatoes with piloncillo). Once our feast is ready, we will sit down and eat and learn more about Mexican culinary and cultural traditions. Estela works at Olé restaurant and helped shaped the new menu there. When it comes to authentic Mexican cooking, she’s the real deal!

***This class features nuts as an ingredient—as well as meat***

Purchase your tickets here

 

 



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