A Taste of the Maya World

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A Taste of the Maya World

18 OCTOBER 2012
6:30 – 9:00 pm
Cooking demonstration and tasting dinner at the Mexican Cultural Institute.
The Yucatan Peninsula is known as the culinary outlier in Mexico because it boasts a cuisine so distinct from the rest of the country that it occupies its own universe of flavors. Explore how a pumpkin seed sauce can enhance regular enchiladas, savor Venison marinated in a Bitter Orange sauce and learn why there is a dessert called “Poor Gentleman” that can make anyone a wealthy patron. 
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  1. I recently vacationed in Puerto Morelos, Quintana Roo, and enjoyed their cuisine. I had a salbute with a spicy red pork topping reminds me of cochinita pibil or what I know it as asado de puerco. Those were delicious reminded me of a gorditas very common in South Texas. Will you have any episodes of that cuisine of Mexico?

    1. Yes, absolutely, I’m planning on it. You know, Ricardo, the cuisine from Yucatán is so unique from the rest of Mexico.

  2. Hey pati… My favorite enchiladas are the “suizas”, but I never seem to get the right flavor…where can I find a great recipe? Thank you…Margarita

    1. Yes I do!!! And it is included on Season 2, which will start airing next week and I will be uploading the recipes shortly. You will love it: comes from Puebla.

  3. Hello Pati :o)

    Tried to register for the October 18, 2012 Octoberfest in DC, but the page is NOT available! Where else can I regiuster for this event?

    -Blanca
    Chilanga :o)

  4. Hola Pati !

    Hay un oportunidad que Ud. visitaré San Francisco, CA en 2012 o 2013?
    Mis amigas y yo quisiéramos tomar una clase de cocina con usted.

    Gracias,
    ~Sally