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Best Mexican ancestry cooking school in San Miguel .
Hola y muy bienvenido.
I am Marilau, As a Mexican native, I inherited my Mexican cuisine knowledge from my previous generations, and my passion to! I grew in a family with very strong culinary traditions and inherited recipes and techniques in Mexican Cuisine back for more than 200 years. I take pride in customizing my classes to suit the needs of my students; you do not have to stick to a fix classes program or calendar. From my earliest years, I watched and helped my mother, grandparents and aunts in the kitchen, and I loved it! Please meet me at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vckoZMzlTkg&feature=plcp&context=C340081dUDOEgsToPDskIEWgO8bEoNsz3NV3NqA25e (copy/paste please)
At “Marilau Mexican Ancestry Cooking School” you are the STAR!.I do not ask you to have large groups (party of two is enough) or stick you to a predefined class. Just contact me in advance to arrange your own class or join an existing open group; my classes are hands-on so you can enjoy and learn cooking with my directions.
Professional intensive programs.
“Marilau Mexican Ancestry Cooking School” offers interesting options for professionals, either private or restaurant chefs:
4 Day Intensive course working with chiles, covering the basic techniques to handle chiles and learn salsas, adobos, pipianes and mole!
Diplomado, a 2 week intensive learning covering from the very basic techniques to the more elaborated regional Mexican dishes.
Please check this 6 minutes testimonial from a former chef student: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O6nkqX8OlJw&feature=related (copy/paste please)
My student’s testimonials:
“As we relished the range of savory and sweet tamales, including the delicious Oaxacan tamales wrapped in banana leaves, we began to … fell that we were learning not just the techniques but also the aesthetics of Mexican Cuisine”.
Reachel Laudan, trained as a historian of science, free-lancer on food history, author of the book food of paradise. She has received the Julia Child and Sophie Coe Awards, the two major prizes in the field.
“Fantastic! What a great teacher… Marilau really knows how to convey information”.
B.D. Bainbridge Island, Washington.
“I just tasted the rice, the soup and the pork, and with every dish my mouth jumps with joy. Thank you for teaching my wife!”
Nancy’s Gilbert Husband, U.S.A
During my cooking school life, I have been gathering written and video testimonials some of which you can see at http://www.youtube.com/user/MarilauRica?feature=watch (copy/paste please)
Reservations and more info:
Guaranteed reservations are required at
firstname.lastname@example.org or 01 (415) 152-4376.
For more information please visit: www.marilau.com