Day Classes

All class ingredients are used with Organic meats, dairy and vegetables 

Daytime Classes for Adults

Tuesday, August 6, 11:oo am- 1:00 pm, Chile Relleno Cooking Class, $45, Chile rellenos are one of the most emblematic dishes in Mexican cuisine, with origins dating back to the Spanish conquest of Mexico in the 16th century.  We will make delicious roasted poblano chile stuffed with cheese and covered in a fluffy egg batter and fried for a crisp texture, served with a homemade mild red chile sauce. Join me as we carry on this wonderful tradition.

Thursday, August 8, 11:oo am- 1:00 pm,  Ramen Noodle Cooking Class, $45, Okay, it will be an unusual way to make a noodle, but so worth it! Ramen noodles can be a challenge to make, but not with this method. Make sure you wear socks to the class!  I’m not kidding we will stomp the difficulty out of these noodles. Served in a flavorful broth with tofu and vegetables.

 Daytime Classes for Kids!

Tuesday, July 16, 1:00-2:30pm, 8 -12 years, $45,  Eat Your Dirt,  Dirt is edible when it’s made with Oreo cookies, pudding, worms and other critters to eat! We’ll plant a bucket to take home and watch it sprout in your tummy!

Tuesday, July 23, 1:00-2:30pm, 8-12 years, $45, Kettle Corn Surprise, Making kettle corn is a sweet way to enjoy popcorn. Kids will add other fun items to their popcorn on a stick, rolling them in fun colors for an eye popping treat.

Thursday, July 18, 1:00-2:30pm, 13-16 years, $45, Fair Food, Learn how the fair food can be made at home. Even with all the new, experimental foods each year, there’s nothing like a classic corn dog, and who doesn’t like bacon when it’s wrapped in chocolate. We’ll bake skewers of bacon and drizzle them with chocolate for a delicious treat.

Thursday, July 25, 1:00-2:30pm, 13-16 years, $45, Homemade Tamales, Learn to make masa filling it with delicious cheese wrapped in corn husks. Your kids will become experts in now time, and will even teach their parents the tricks of the trade.


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