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Chef Ruben Iniquez & Chef Nathalie Herling’s Magical Mexican Salsas

From: MXN1,600.00
Join us Tuesday evening at 6:00pm Chefs Ruben and Nathalie will take us on a journey of different sauces that can be used in many different ways. Taking classic Mexican ingredients and by doing a variety of cooking techniques he will show how you can get many different flavors, textures and options for other dishes. Ruben and Nathalie make Salsas sing. You will help in the preparation and we will eat cool different salsas as we prepare them. We will also learn how to make classic sopes with a filling and test all the salsas that we have made to have some wonderful flavors. Beer, wine, local spirits and jugos are included. You will be comfortably full by the end of the meal and in a very happy mood... sometimes Salsa dancing breaks out from all the happiness. A very popular class!

Pan De Muertos, Day of the Dead bread cooking class

From: MXN1,200.00

 We will make two or three different types of traditional bread from areas of central, south and west Mexico. As we talk about this rich culinary history, we will study forming the dough using shapes that welcome and celebrate our ancestors.

Sugar Skull Class with Nathalie Herling

MXN675.00
Come make edible Sugar Skulls for your El Dia de los Muertos Altar in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. Nathalie Herling will teach a class and offer you hands on instructions so you can make Mexican Sugar Skulls. This workshop will be for adults. Make Sugar skulls for all your future Day of the Dead celebrations. Over the course of the morning will make different size sugar skulls using molds. After the skulls dry we will decorate. All participants will be taking home a good amount of skulls to decorate their own home altars. We will start at 10:00 am at the ART VallARTa Studio on Calle Pilitas 213 where we will make the special sugar mixture to mold the skulls and set them up for drying. Approx 3 hours. While we decorate the skull with bright color sugar frosting, sequins and various craft supplies. Bring names of novios and friends you would like to dedicate your skulls too and a small box to transport your new skulls. In the background we will have playing the Day of the Dead “Food for our Ancestors” video.