TAKE A JOURNEY INTO THE HEART AND SOUL OF NEW MEXICO WITH NATIVE AMERICAN CHEF AND FOOD HISTORIAN, CHEF LOIS ELLEN FRANK, PH.D.
Join Native American Chef Lois Ellen Frank, Ph.D. and Chef Walter Whitewater for an adventurous and fun cooking class featuring some of New Mexico’s favorite ingredients. Experience the spicy tastes and delectable aromas that evoke the foodscape of the rich and diverse cultural traditions in New Mexico. Learn how to make a delicious stacked enchilada, with a perfectly seasoned homemade New Mexican green chile sauce, layered together with handmade corn tortillas, locally raised organic chicken, and jack cheese that is so amazing your family and friends will want seconds and maybe even thirds. The enchiladas will be paired with posole, also called hominy corn, a nixtamalized corn, that puffs when cooked. This side dish will be seasoned with this year’s red chile, both in pod and powdered form, completing the red and green chile combo that New Mexico is so famous for.
Lois will be teaching & cooking LIVE on the call with time for Q & A at the end.
New Mexico winters are magical, inspiring, and rich in tradition. This time of year, the smell of roasting green chile fills the air and we crave warmth and comfort as the weather changes and snow rolls in. Our cuisine reflects this feeling with the culturally infused cooking preparations, spice and food cooked with local love as we gather with friends and family to celebrate community and custom. The spicy, warm and cultural recipes featured in these 3 culinary events are New Mexico staples that people travel far and wide to experience. Celebrate the holidays with us and take a walk in our culinary shoes.
STACKED ENCHILADAS & POSOLE | Holiday...
Date and Time
Friday Nov 13, 2020 3:00 PM - 4:15 PM MST
November 13, 2020, 3:00PM-4:15PM (MST)
New Mexico Virtual Culinary Event
LIVE Zoom Webinar: November 13, 2020, 3:00PM-4:15PM (MST)