11044 :: Salsa Workshop :: 09.18.11
Date :: 18 SEPT 2011
Time :: SUNDAY :: 4:00pm - 7:00pm
Location :: Project Butterfly Loft | 821 Traction Ave. #108 LA 90013
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Tuition :: S30 in Advance ends SEPT 14th | $35 at the Door
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Fresh Salsas Workshop
with Midori Takata
Come celebrate Mexican Independence and learn how to make a variety of fresh salsas with Midori Takata, creator of the annual Vegan and Vegetarian Tamales workshop.
In this fun and tasty workshop we will discuss fresh and dry peppers, and all the delicious ingredients to make traditional roasted, raw, spicy, mild, red, green and cactus Mexican salsas from scratch.
By the end of the workshop you will know how to make 8 different salsas and green enchiladas & chilaquiles. Your parties and potlucks will never be the same!
We will eat the salsas and dishes we prepare, plus you will have the opportunity to make your very own salsa and get to take some fresh salsas home with you.
Small containers with lid
This workshop is limited to 25 guests.
Online registration ends Wednesday Sep 14th.
Midori Takata is co-Founder of Project Butterfly and the creator of the annual Vegan and Vegetarian Tamales Workshop which takes place at Project Butterfly in the fall.
Born in Mexico to a Japanese father and a Mexican Mother, Midori often refers to herself as 1/2 Japanese, 100% Mexican because of her passion for Mexican culture and Mexican cuisine. Her training in the kitchen comes directly from her mother Margarita Napoles, who owned many popular restaurants when Midori was a child living in Mexico.
Because of her interest in health foods, Midori has adapted many of her mother's recipes to healthier versions, while keeping the integrity of the rich & delicious traditional flavors found in Mexican cuisine.