Online Cooking Classes

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There are a myriad of online cooking classes on the internet and through television.  I’m aware that learning this way can be a challenge when you have no hands on help. That is why I will be teaching you in an online format using Zoom. Synergy happens when we all can communicate together during these Online Cooking Classes.  When you’re challenged, no worries you can ask questions and get immediate assistance to help.

More than just dinner—it’s a dining experience. Culinary Immigration Cooking School is going to help you through cooking even the most challenging meals for dinner—it’s a dinner out experience in your own home as Victoria’s husband puts it. She will teach you how to prep, plate, and pair recipes that wow family. With many new cooking school dishes designed for online home cooking,  you’ll learn how to build elevated courses from appetizer to dessert using everyday ingredients.

Join me for engaging classes that will inspire the inner chef in you!


Online classes for the whole family

Thursday, June 4th, 4:00pm-6:00pm, Taquero Cooking Class, $25 per location, Street vendors that sell tacos are called taquero, that is just what we will become after this class. You’ll learn to make fresh flour tortillas that we will fill with charred steak, roasted onion and jalapeños, for an authentic flavor topped with a mango salsa. Accompanying our tacos will be a fresh guacamole to serve with your tacos.

Wednesday, June 10th,  2:00pm-4:00pm, The Magic of Sourdough Class, $25 per location, There are a myriad of uses for sourdough. Not only does it make delicious bread, but added to muffins, pancakes, crepes, cakes the list goes on. You will learn how to use this miracle potion to benefit your health and well being. We will prepare, carrot cake muffins with a cream cheese frosting and  a sourdough loaf of bread that will be form into a boule. (Bread will be made, but not formed for 18 hours by students. Forming the bread is done during class by teacher and recorded for students to do the next day)

Tuesday, June 16th, 4:00pm-6:00pm, Ice Cream Mochi, $25 per location, Ice Cream Mochi are pricey, the kids can devour them in a matter of moments, that’s why you’ll want to make them! This treat is gluten free and will be made with a variety of sorbet and ice cream. Rice flour and a little know how and you will have a traditional Japanese ice cream dessert.

Thursday, June 18th, 4:00pm-6:00pm, Handmade Ravioli Class, $25 per location, The romance of Italy is in their pasta. Ravioli are made everyday in homes by hand in Italy. We will make homemade pasta and roll them into a tender ravioli filled with creamy ricotta and topped with a delicious mushroom sauce and a traditional pesto sauce. Amo i ravioli!

Wednesday, June 24th, 4:00pm-6:00pm, Chili Rellenos with red sauce, $25 per location, You wont be disappointed with this truly authentic relleno and red sauce. Eating out won’t be an option when you make them for yourself. Dark green, mild pasilla chili stuffed with jack cheese and dipped in a pillowy egg batter and fried, laid atop a rich, smoky sauce. An exotic adventure awaits, you will think you’ve arrived in Tijuana after this meal.

Thursday, June 25th, 4:00pm-6:00pm, Mother Mole Cooking Class, $25 per location, A recipe by Enrique Olvera, Mexico’s favorite chef. Learn the technique of making real mole rojo. The classic mole is sweet, spicy and filled with exotic flavors for a one of a kind sauce that only Mexico could create. We will dip fresh flour tortillas into the mole as to not interrupt the exquisite flavors. We will also make a delicious refried black beans to accompany our mole and tortillas.