Culinary Workshops at Slow Food Nations
Traditional cook Benedicta Alejo Vargas gave us a taste of whats to come during a special preview workshop earlier this month, demonstrating the ancient technique of nixtamal and her three-corn tortilla with red, blue and yellow native corn varieties from Michoacan. The chefs were blown away – in our day of modern kitchen appliances, she keeps tradition and craft alive.
At this year’s Slow Food Nations, experts like Benedicta are coming from all over the world – from Japan and Baja, to Wisconsin and South Carolina – to share their craft with you.
Check out the diverse collection of culinary workshops we have at Slow Food Nations below.
Saturday, July 14th
Sunday, July 15th
At its center, Slow Food reflects a commitment to change and thoughtful food consumption. Similarly, Slow Wine establishes the same conscientious practice from vineyard decision to the enjoyment of the wine itself. In this workshop, you will be guided through a tasting and discussion of six specially selected Slow Wines from Italy, California and Colorado.View event details