It is 85F in Mexico City and high plateau: Join us last minute:
March 10-18, 2019 Mexico City/Puebla/Tlaxcala!
Due to a cancellation, we have a spot for you (1 double/2 people max)! First come, first serve basis. Don’t say, “I wish I had “on March 19th!
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***33 year pioneers in culinary travel with the best cooks of Mexico***
Dates for our San Miguel de Allende Trip are September 21st – 29th, 2019!
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Join us on an adventure to the high, fertile el Bajío (lowlands) region or heartland of Mexico, where vestiges of the colonial past stand as reminders of their Spanish domination both in San Miguel as in Querétaro.
From chef classes to in-home meals, regional cooks to demos of local foods both pre-Colombian and post, along with our customary local cultural experiences, we will soak up the warmth of this region, with some time to roam and ramble throughout the charm of San Miguel… and of course, we include a taste of Mexico City. Contrasts- as always- on our culinary adventures!
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Tiles, cazuelas, Colonial, Baroque, tradition, the origin of corn, ‘ancient grains’, moles, mills, tamales, fresh ingredients, markets, contemporary takes on very traditional cuisines… Just a few key subjects on our upcoming trip to the high plateau of central Mexico– Mexico City-Puebla-Tlaxcala, March 10-18, 2019.
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We are very happy to announce our March Culinary Adventure to the central high plateau of Mexico– Puebla and Tlaxcala!
Starting off and ending in Mexico City, our very own Chef Ricardo Muñoz Zurita will launch us into this culinary world and recap at the end of our adventures. We will explore the colonial beauty of Puebla– which is Ana Elena Martínez‘s hometown, the small but mighty and historically weighty Tlaxcala– with Chef Irad Santacruz, Cooks Nicolás Hernández Muñoz and Dalia Rodríguez Hernández, delving into the distinctive, extraordinary foods that each place adds to Mexico’s soul satisfying gastronomy.
Plan to arrive at least a day early to join our group from the very first gathering on Sunday, March 10th, 2019 at 6pm.
The fee for this culinary adventure is $3750 double occupancy, $4000 single occupancy. As is custom these past 33 years, our fee includes daily classes and demos, 8 nights hotel, at least two meals a day and all fees associated with the trip, excluding airfare. All classes include well-served tastings or meals– you do not go hungry on our trips!
A $400 deposit is required to reserve a spot on our trip with the balance due January 25th, 2019.
Ricardo, Ana Elena and I are committed to sharing our respective knowledge, love and passion of our country’s culinary riches, our people, and regional cultures. After 33 years, we still get all revved up planning a new adventure!
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Yucatán State– January 13-21, 2019
From the serene, colonial state capital of Mérida, to majestic Uxmal on the Puuc loop of archeological sites, we will soak up Yucatán via regional food –of course– music, and history.
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–Since 1988– Pioneers in Mexico Culinary Travel
Puebla/Tlaxcala Late Winter