Learn About Age-Old Mexican Traditions at Bone Appétit

October 16, 2020

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Contact: Kevin Femmel
Alamo Trust, Inc.
Office (210) 225-1391x3005
Mobile (210) 836-8616

Graphic forBone Appetit Cooking Class on October 27

The Alamo and the San Antonio Botanical Garden are excited to invite the public to Bone Appétit, a virtual Día de los Muertos cooking class. Participants will learn about age-old Mexican traditions without having to leave their home.

Chef Katrina Flores, from the San Antonio Botanical Garden, and Tim Hicks, the Alamo's Living History Manager, will teach viewers how to prepare dishes like Champurrado, Sopa Azteca, candied pumpkin with spiced piloncillo syrup, and blood orange marigold margaritas. Guests can choose to pick up an ingredient box or request a grocery list ahead of time.

The Alamo celebrated Hispanic Heritage Month with special programming, examining artifacts like Isabel Esparza's 1893 wedding dress, the historic Mexican dish Chiles en Nogada, and more. Check out the Alamo's Hispanic Heritage Month playlist on YouTube to learn more about Hispanic history at the Alamo.

Tickets for Bone Appétit start at $35, including recipe instructions and grocery list. $50 tickets include an ingredient box which can be picked up from the Botanical Garden 72 hours before the event. Register on the San Antonio Botanical Garden website.

What:   Bone Appétit, a virtual Día de los Muertos cooking class presented by the Alamo and the San Antonio Botanical Garden.
Who:    Public
When:  Tuesday, October 27th
             6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
Where: Online

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