Photo of Diana Kennedy, author, in Mexico with a basket of vegetables.

“Chefs, cookbook writers, and food critics are mourning the death of Diana Kennedy, a pioneer who shepherded the techniques and tastes of Mexican cuisine to the English-speaking world. Kennedy closely observed and cataloged the craft of Mexican cooking over decades of living in every state in the country, indexing her rigorous study in a canon of cookbooks that remain crucial references for cooks worldwide. She died July 24th at the age of 99.”  Bon Appetit

Our own Bridget Charters is among those who admired Diana and was lucky enough to meet her. She selected recipes from Diana’s “The Art of Mexican Cooking”  which she will demonstrate and serve. Guests will make Chochoyotes to take home to enjoy another day.


  • Molotes with Chorizo y Papa
  • Calabacita guisadas  with arroz verde
  • Pollo y Mole Amarillo
  • Frijoles Negroes

Make and Take Home

  • Chochoyotes Dumplings

Ticket price is per 1 person.

Beverages will be available for purchase. Payment accepted via card only.

Health & Safety: We no longer require proof of Covid vaccination but we prefer that you are vaccinated.  Masks are optional.  Effective 6/6/2022 and subject to change.

Refund Policy:  Once a class is purchased it is non-refundable.  The ownership, however, is yours and you may send someone else in your stead.

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Thank you!  We hope to see you in the kitchen!