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Simply Southwestern on May 08, 2024 at 6:00PM - La Cuisine

Join Chef Claudia as she takes you on a culinary journey through Arizona, where she spent some time learning about Southwestern Cuisine this winter. During her cooking classes and tastings, she wondered what makes Southwestern cuisine different from Mexican cuisine.

Arizona's Southwestern cuisine draws inspiration from Mexico's Sonoran region, which emphasizes the use of fresh ingredients. Southwestern cuisine does not feature heavy dishes overly topped with cheese and sour cream. Instead, sauces and salsas are fresh and herby. In this recipe, we use pork tenderloin, which helps in cutting down the cooking time by an hour. This gives us enough time to prepare the infamous Elote Cake, which is half-cornbread and half-cake!

Tonight's Menu:
Mock Prickly Pear Margarita
Chips with Homemade Salsa
Fresca Tucson Pork Tenderloin in Tomato Chili Sauce Rice with butternut squash, corn, and beans
Elote Cake

Suggested Wine Pairing: to be updated shortly

*To purchase the wine pairing, please stop by The Wine Gallery. Let them know you are purchasing these wines for a LaCuisine class and receive special pricing. The Wine Gallery is open until 6:00PM, so either pick up earlier in the week or stop by on your way to class -- they are literally across the street.

**Please note our class policies at https://lacuisine-bozeman.com/pages/class-policies. Unfortunately, we are unable to accept cancellations. Our chefs have worked very hard to prepare for the evening's event and ingredients are purchased in advance. If you call to let us know about a conflict, La Cuisine may be able to help fill your seats.

Simply Southwestern on May 08, 2024 at 6:00PM

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Join Chef Claudia as she takes you on a culinary journey through Arizona, where she spent some time learning about Southwestern Cuisine this winter. During her cooking classes and tastings, she wondered what makes Southwestern cuisine different from Mexican cuisine.

Arizona's Southwestern cuisine draws inspiration from Mexico's Sonoran region, which emphasizes the use of fresh ingredients. Southwestern cuisine does not feature heavy dishes overly topped with cheese and sour cream. Instead, sauces and salsas are fresh and herby. In this recipe, we use pork tenderloin, which helps in cutting down the cooking time by an hour. This gives us enough time to prepare the infamous Elote Cake, which is half-cornbread and half-cake!

Tonight's Menu:
Mock Prickly Pear Margarita
Chips with Homemade Salsa
Fresca Tucson Pork Tenderloin in Tomato Chili Sauce Rice with butternut squash, corn, and beans
Elote Cake

Suggested Wine Pairing: to be updated shortly

*To purchase the wine pairing, please stop by The Wine Gallery. Let them know you are purchasing these wines for a LaCuisine class and receive special pricing. The Wine Gallery is open until 6:00PM, so either pick up earlier in the week or stop by on your way to class -- they are literally across the street.

**Please note our class policies at https://lacuisine-bozeman.com/pages/class-policies. Unfortunately, we are unable to accept cancellations. Our chefs have worked very hard to prepare for the evening's event and ingredients are purchased in advance. If you call to let us know about a conflict, La Cuisine may be able to help fill your seats.

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