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Zoom Class: Celebrating Tucson’s Heritage Foods – Native American Corn Sopes
November 17 @ 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM$40.00
Tuesday, Nov. 17, 5:30 PM – 7:00 PM. Zoom Class: Celebrating Tucson’s Heritage Foods – Native American Corn Sopes. $40 per household.
Ingredients showcasing why Tucson was the first American city named a UNESCO City of Gastronomy will be celebrated when you cook along with Gallery of Food Chefs Kristine Jensen and Christopher Baldwin with foods growing for centuries in the Santa Cruz River Valley.
On the menu: Native American corn sopes with Father Kino’s black-eyed peas, pork belly and nopalito salsa. The sopes will be fluffy, moist and a great cushion to fill with black-eyed peas and pork belly. Delicious and brightly flavored, the nopalito salsa is a perfect accent topping. Like their taco cousin, sopes can be filled with almost anything so jump on the beginning of a new trend.
You can enjoy making this with readily available products from the grocery store or save time and work by purchasing one of two kits we’re offering – $40 basic or $85 all-inclusive, both with locally sourced ingredients. Click here for the details.
CLASS NOTES: This is a cook along class offered live via the Zoom app. You’ll receive an email with recipes, class details and kit pickup options 5 days in advance. Please submit an email address you frequently check. Some time-consuming steps will need to be prepared in advance. Virtual classes are nonrefundable and the Zoom link is nontransferable or shareable.
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