Tasting Mexico

Code: CW32011

Dates: May 13, 2020

Meets: 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM

Sessions: 1

Location: Creutzburg Center

Course Fee: $79.00

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Get the real taste of Mexico in this class featuring regional favorites including a simple and delicious ceviche, fish tacos, enchiladas, fresh guacamole and salsa. Enjoy sampling these and other Mexican dishes with a taste of Tequila, Mexican beer and Mezcal.
Fee: $79.00

Save $10.00 with a MLSN Membership

Creutzburg Center

260 Gulph Creek Road
(in Harford Park)
Radnor, PA 19087
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Vicki Miller

Vicki Miller is the founder of Vinocity. Although Vicki has been a practicing attorney in Philadelphia for more than 15 years, she also has been a long-time student in formal wine study. Over the years Vicki has been asked to speak on wine and has developed numerous wine events for a variety of institutions, non-profits and various businesses. Vicki developed the Art and Wine event program for a corporate sponsor of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, and the Wine and Literature event for the Raven Society of the Free Library of Philadelphia. Vinocity was born because Vicki realized that wine courses are highly information-filled, but are not socially engaging. Traditional wine tastings, while offering more social interaction, don't provide the kind of useful information to make an informed wine selection. A Vinocity event combines the best of both worlds, as Vicki weaves the facts, figures and scientific aspects of winemaking into interesting short stories and anecdotes about wine history and culture.

Stephanie Lantz

My passion is cooking. It is my joy to cook for people and see the expression on their faces while they experience the dishes I create.  I have wonderful memories of being in the kitchen as a little girl and watching my mother and various guests cooking all types of nutritious and delicious food. Hannah, from Israel, was creating Mediterranean delights and braiding challah on our kitchen floor. Yolanda, from Mexico, was preparing authentic Mexican sauces, home-made tortillas while toasting chilies and spices. My mother, the consummate entertainer, was able to transform recipes into lighter versions without sacrificing taste and I learned this skill from her. Watching various cooking TV shows from the ’70s to today and reading cookbooks, blogs, magazines, my inspiration continues to blossom. It is a dream come true for me to plan, cook, and teach about nutritious, delicious foods.

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