Cochinita pibil, pozole, the seven moles: Mexico rules when it comes to chowing down on national cuisine. But preparing it? That's where lots of folks balk. Time to conquer your fear of the molcajete and let chefs Jorge Fitz and Beto Estúa introduce you to the sheer joy of Mexican cooking. Their classes at Casa Jacaranda cover every step of the process, from choosing ingredients at the market to preparing them in the kitchen. And that venue couldn't be more spectacular: A grand 1913 La Roma home with a rooftop garden boasting a purple jacaranda tree, Casa Jacaranda is the ideal spot to discover that making Mexican food is as much fun as eating it.


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18 March 2015

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