Day of the Dead Cooking Class with Lynne at the Greenbriar Inn

Monday, October 27th

In Mexico, they celebrate Day of the Dead or Dia de los Muertos, one of the country’s most ancient and deep-rooted customs. The holiday focuses on gatherings of family and friends to pray and remember those who have passed. Families prepare the very best foods loved ones enjoyed in life. Share this fun Mexican (Halloween) tradition as Chef Lynne directs students in preparing two traditional dishes: chicken in a rich pipian sauce made with nuts and seeds and a delicious version of red mole with dumplings. We will feast on these offerings and toast with Mexican hot chocolate and Dead Man’s bread, or pan de muerto. Some hands-on preparation.

Toasting the seeds for the pipian

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