So in another month we will be celebrating Cinco de Mayo here in the Midwest. And to that end Native Foods Cafe gave an outstanding cooking demonstration for those lucky enough to register before the seating was filled.
Chef Kendall put on an entertaining as well as informative demonstration in the preparation of these delicious and interesting dishes:
Cinco-De-Mayo-Cooking-Demo-2012 (PDF version)
- Seitan Asada (Yield: 5 to 6 servings)
- Sabrosa Salsa Verde (Yield: 8 servings)
- Horchata (Yield: 9 grande servings)
- Churros Chihuahua (Yield: 40 pieces)
We got to sample each of the various recipes and found them all to be delightful. Afterwards the group remained to either talk and exchange ideas or to step in line to order luncheon from today’s menu. And that is exactly what Connie and I did.
On the way back to the van (we bicycles over) we kept an “eye to the sky” in view of the dire warnings today about rain and tornados in the Midwest. It was a great day and we hope to return again for a future cooking demonstration. Stay tuned!
Distance: 7.7 miles
Time: 0h 52m 27s