DAY OF THE DEAD! Mole and Margarita with Chef Susana in Mexico. Learn Mexican culture!
Time & Location
About The Event
November 1st, 2020 (Sunday) at 10am PST and 1pm EST
Celebrate the Day of the Dead with Chef Susana from Oaxaca of Mexico
Susana is a chef, teacher, author, TV hostess, food consultant who has lived in Oaxaca since 1988. She teaches traditional Mexican dishes in her beautiful kitchen and takes you back in time.
Join the class to learn the traditional Mexican food and festival culture together!
- Mole Coloradito Oaxqueno (Mole with Chicken)
- Margarita (signature drink in Mexico)
What you’ll need:
- Heavy 7-quart stockport
- Tin foil
- Frying pan (ideally cast iron)
- medium frying pan
- Heavy cazuela or Dutch oven
- Chiles anchos
- Chiles guajillos
- Cinnamon Stick
- Plantain or banana
- French roll
- Seasme seeds
- Mexican chocolate
- Controy or Cointreau
About the Day of The Dead:
The festival is to demonstrate love and respect for deceased family members on November 1st or 2nd of every year. In towns and cities throughout Mexico, revelers do funky makeup and costumes, hold parades and parties, sing and dance, and make offerings with delicious food & wine to lost loved ones at home or in the cemetery. People have sugar skull as offerings in Mexico City and towns nearby.
Ticket and logistics:
- Each household only needs 1 ticket. We encourage you to cook with family and friends!
- The ingredient list will be sent out 1 week prior to class.
- Zoom information will be provided 2 days before class.
- Traditional Mexican Cuisine$45+$1.13 Service fee$45+$1.13 Service fee0$0