Don't Miss Mexican Meals for Under $25
October 09, 2012
My favorite programs to book at the Kearney Branch are cooking classes.
It's not just because I like to cook and eat, it's also because the Library is one of the few places people can learn to cook these days for free.
Whether it's cinnamon rolls or the best techniques for making soup, the Library's cooking programs offer patrons cooking classes with recipes and ideas they can easily access, understand, and duplicate. And that's what most of us want when we're looking for something new and different to serve up at dinnertime, isn't it?
Next Tuesday, Oct. 16 at 7:00 p.m., the class will be Mexican Meals for Under $25. Irma Brown will teach us how to make an authentic, multi-course Mexican meal for a fraction of what it costs to order at a restaurant. So what's on the menu? Well, it's chile rellenos, nachos, Mexican rice, refried beans, handmade tortillas, and recipes for three kinds of hot sauce.
The best part is that Irma makes enough for everyone not only to learn, but also enjoy. So, bring your notebook and your appetite, and join us!