El Arrayán, one of Puerto Vallarta’s most successful Mexican specialty restaurants, has announced their Mexican cooking class schedule for winter/spring 2013. On scheduled Mondays every month, a limited number of participants will join El Arrayán’s culinary team for a traditional Mexican breakfast, visiting local purveyors, hands-on cooking instructions in their professional kitchen and then enjoy what they have cooked for lunch. The dates for these great experience classes are as follows:
The fee for this professional introduction to Mexican cooking techniques and ingredients is $95 - $110 USD (depending on the menu) per-person. This fee includes transportation (El Arrayan breakfast market & back), breakfast, instruction, take-home recipes, an embroidered apron and lunch with a cocktail or glass of Mexican wine. Classes are conducted in English and require a minimum of five particpants.
El Arrayán’s cooking classes are an extremely popular activity for visitors and locals alike. Whether you are a novice or a professional cook, join us for an upcoming cooking class and bring a little of El Arrayán’s award-winning food to your home-cooked meals.
In addition, El Arrayán owner, Carmen Porras, will be taking a group to the mountain village of El Tuito to visit local small food producers while working on their unique artisan products on Monday, February 18. The price for this outing is $85 USD per person and includes transportation (El Arrayan - El Tuito producers lunch & back).
Space is very imited. To find out more about menus or to secure your place at the table with Carmen Porras call 222-7195 or e-mail email@example.com today.
Source: El Arrayán