Past Events

2019 Keepers of the American Dream

07 NOVEMBER 2019
Washington Court Hotel, Washington, DC

I’m deeply honored to be named a 2019 Keeper of the American Dream by the National Immigration Forum. It means so much to me to support my fellow immigrants and to bring everyone together at the table. 

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The Land of the Purépechas

06 NOVEMBER 2019 | 6:45 PM
Mexican Cultural Institute, Washington, DC

Cooking Demo and Tasting Dinner
Michoacán helped México and Mexican traditional cuisine earn the UNESCO designation in the list of intangible cultural heritage. Once you visit Michoacán and taste its food, you realize why, in an instant. Michoacán has not one, but many regional cuisines and this session focuses on that of the Purépechas. Come and taste the truly unique dishes such as corundas, churipu, atapakua de calabacita and atole de leche: you will taste the Purépecha magic.

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The New York Times Food Festival

05 OCTOBER 2019 | 5:00 PM
TheTimesCenter, New York, NY

I’m honored to be part of The New York Times’ first food festival. I’m joining Andrew Zimmern and Kim Severson for what promises to be a fascinating conversation about Anthony Bourdain’s legacy and the power of food to spark curiosity about other cultures.

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2019 NAHREP National Convention

26 SEPTEMBER 2019
Grand Hyatt, San Diego, CA

I’ll be speaking at the Latina Entrepreneur Brunch at the NAHREP National Convention. The brunch will also feature a menu of some of my favorite recipes. 

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Celebrando Latinas 2019

27 JULY 2019
The Hilton San Diego Bayfront, San Diego, CA

Estoy muy emocionada de participar en Celebrando Latinas junto con un grupo de mujeres extraordinarias.

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Sunday Supper at Union Market

02 JUNE 2019 | 5:00 PM
Union Market, Washington, DC

Come join Pati and a host of amazing chefs at a family-style feast. Gather around the table to kick off summer and celebrate the 8th Annual Sunday Supper at Union Market to benefit the Women’s Entrepreneurial Leadership Program.

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Baja Road Trip

23 MAY 2019 | 6:45 PM
Mexican Cultural Institute, Washington, DC

Cooking Demo and Tasting Dinner
Having just come back from filming the last season of Pati’s Mexican Table in the two states that make the Baja Peninsula, Baja Norte and Baja Sur, chef Jinich will guide us through the most memorable dishes that she tasted in the region. From a César Chávez tostada, to the Ensenada fish taco and a chorizo and plantain stuffed roast with an arugula salad with a walnut and date vinaigrette, the food from the Bajas breaks every culinary mold.

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The Phillips Collection Annual Gala

10 MAY 2019
The Phillips Collection, Washington, DC

“The Annual Gala raises critical resources for the museum’s award-winning educational programs that forward K-12 education reform, art and wellness, and lifelong learning in the Washington, DC, community, across the country, and globally.”

This year’s gala, Mexico: A Land of Beauty, will honor the Honorable Joaquin Castro, Jose Dávila, Pati Jinich, Aliza Nizenbaum, and Bosco Sodi.

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Exploring Mexico’s North: Durango

21 MARCH 2019 | 6:45 PM
Mexican Cultural Institute, Washington, DC

Cooking Demo and Tasting Dinner
Not many people know about Durango’s history, culture or gastronomy. This session will open a door into many of its wonders. From the exquisite semitas and caldillo with shredded, salted, and dried beef that MCI director Alberto Fierro remembers from his grandmother, to a truly unique scallion and cheesy tomato stew, this class will shine a light on the richness and diversity of México’s north.

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End of the year in Mexico: Tamaliza!

13 DECEMBER 2018 | 6:45 PM
Mexican Cultural Institute, Washington, DC

Cooking Demo and Tasting Dinner
Tamales are eaten everyday in every corner of Mexico, but never are they more expected and lavished than at the end of the year. Join us for a true tamaliza, with tamales we have never made for you and we bet you have never tasted before. Some made with corn masa, rice flour masa and even no masa! Finish with a ponche, Mexico’s traditional spiked fruit cider.

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