June 14 – Mole Poblano

Tue, June 14, 6:00 pm - 9:30 pm

June 14 – Mole Poblano

Mole poblano is a living and enduring symbol of Mexico’s cultural legacy. Its origins – and its famously lengthy ingredient list – are the stuff of lore, but we do know that it’s a special occasion dish that’s best prepared and enjoyed with many people in the kitchen. Join Gino Garcia as he shows you how to layer chiles, spices, chocolate, nuts and herbs to produce culinary gold as you make mole poblano. You’ll learn about the tradition and techniques of mole, and then gather around the table to feast on your freshly made sauce with poached chicken; arroz rojo (Mexican red rice); smashed cucumber salad with mint and lime; and freshly-made corn tortillas.


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