Past Events

Dinner Celebrating Mexican—Jewish Heritage with Chef Pati Jinich

26 JANUARY 2018 | 6:45 PM
Mexican Cultural Institute, Washington, DC

In conjunction with the exhibit A Dark and Scandalous Rockfall, (Una oscura y escandalosa caída de piedras), the Mexican Cultural Institute is excited to host a special dinner with chef, cookbook author and PBS host Pati Jinich. Celebrating the Jewish heritage of the exhibit’s featured artists, the evening will include dinner featuring a Mexican-Jewish menu and stories from the history of the Jewish Mexican community.

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Skirball Cultural Center: Mexican Today—Chef Pati Jinich

18 JANUARY 2018 | 8:00 PM
Skirball Cultural Center, Los Angeles, CA

Chef Pati will talk about her experience growing up as the grandchild of Eastern European immigrants in Mexico City  and how it has shaped her cuisine with food writer Lara Rabinovitch. A tasting of various desserts from Pati’s two cookbooks and a mezcal cocktail will follow the talk.

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Rediscovering Baja

7 DECEMBER 2017 | 6:45 PM
Mexican Cultural Institute, Washington, DC

Cooking Demo and Tasting Dinner
Baja California has entered the worldwide culinary radar because of its wines, which now stand on par with those from California and France. However, little is known about the culinary roots and creative reinvention happening in Baja kitchens. Join Chef Pati for a culinary reconnaissance of the region.

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World Affairs Council of Atlanta

16 NOVEMBER 2017 | 7:00 PM
The General Muir Restaurant at Emory Point, Atlanta, GA

Dinner and Book Signing
Chef Pati and Chef Todd Ginsberg of The General Muir will prepare a dinner of Mexican and Jewish cuisine. Pati will also sign copies of her newest cookbook Mexican Today.

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The Institute of Mexican Culture Presents Culinary Experience with Award Winning Chef Pati Jinich

15 NOVEMBER 2017 | 7-9:30 PM
Vino Venue, Atlanta, GA

Cooking Demo and Tasting Dinner
Chef Pati will cook a three-course dinner, which will be served with wine-pairings. She will demonstrate the ingredients, techniques, and history behind each dish.

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The Magic of Oaxaca

19 OCTOBER 2017 | 6:45 PM
Mexican Cultural Institute, Washington, DC

Cooking Demo and Tasting Dinner
Chef Pati will demo and serve a menu based on the state of Oaxaca. Taking a culinary tour of the state, you will re visit and taste the dishes and flavors from the Isthmus of Tehuantepec, the city of Oaxaca and the Coast. She will also describe the ingredients, techniques and traditions that make this state one of main cradles of Mexican cuisine.

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Le Cordon Bleu Master Class

15 AUGUST 2017 | 6:30 PM
Le Cordon Bleu, London, UK

I’m thrilled to have been invited to teach a Master Class at Le Cordon Bleu in London. It’s open to everyone!

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Annual Women’s Leadership Conference

7 AUGUST 2017
MGM Resort, Las Vegas, NV

Honored to be part of the Woman’s Leadership Conference at MGM Resort in Las Vegas. Come join me,  Desiree Reed-Francios, Athletic Director of the University of Nevada Las Vegas, and Katherine Twells, Vice President Foodservice Customer Marketing, The Coca-Cola Company, as we discuss different career paths on a panel moderated by CNN Anchor Natalie Allen.

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Nantucket Culinary Center

15 JULY 2017 | 11:30 – 1:30 PM
Nantucket Culinary Center, Nantucket, MA

Cooking Demo and Family Style Lunch
I’m delighted to come to Nantucket and work with the Nantucket Culinary Center to demonstrate recipes from Mexican Today. The event includes lunch, served family style, and a book signing.

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Puebla de los Angeles: Culinary Stars from the City of Angels

15 JUNE 2017 | 6:45 PM
Mexican Cultural Institute, Washington, DC

Cooking Demo and Tasting Dinner
It is in the city of Puebla, and mainly in its convents, where a lot of the Spanish and Mexican intermarriage or mestizaje of Mexican cuisine took place. With its colonial and baroque influences, themes and tones, some of the culinary stars of the city have remained and continue to be passed on through the centuries. Come take a bite of history!

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